Lane Mack brings to every show a trademark sound that could only be born from the swamps of Lafayette, LA. Be it his full band Swamp Rock shows or his knock you out your socks one man band bluesy solo sets LANE will set the vibe and crowd volume to 11 and have every crowd singing along to his songs. Mack has graced the stage with numerous national recording artists such as Lil Buck Sinegal, Tab Benoit, Robert Randolph, Marc Broussard, Eric Lindell, Sonny Landreth, Roddie Romero and Royal Teeth. No matter the genre Lane Mack’s Lafayette Swamp sound seems to fit any bill.

He’s now exploring new territory on the music he grew up on, classic country. It’s no doubt that living in a place that loves country music, South Louisiana is sure to embrace Mack’s new vibe, and hopefully welcome it with an ice cold beer! His release “It Must’ve Been Rain” explores this genre and has surpassed 100,000 video views.

Lane was a contestant on NBC’s Hit singing show The Voice, making it through 40,000 people to get a chair turned on the Voice stage singing to a world audience. Singing a blues song of course, (B. B. King’s “Everyday I Have the Blues”) his blind audition video has surpassed one million views and the song went on to hit number 1 on the iTunes blues charts.

Mack’s debut self titled EP release and follow up 2017 release “SWAMPODISIAC” hit number two on the iTunes blues charts the week of its release.

Mack recently did some recording in Louisiana’s world renown Dockside Studio as a feature guitarist for Sweet Cecilia who’s record also features Sonny Landreth.

Offbeat Magazine on Lane Mack’s debut release – “For being only seven tracks, Mack accomplishes a lot here, and it’s only natural to clamor for more. A perfect stroke on the sweet spot.”