Christian Lane is an American-born singer-songwriter. His first band, Loud Lucy, was part of the Chicago indie-rock scene of the early-to-mid-1990s.
The band dissolved a few years after Breathe. Lane moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue a solo career and became involved with TV and film music. His songs have appeared in the films Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen and Wishcraft, and the ABC television show Men In Trees, among many others. Lane’s song “Blow You Away” was used in the Austrian Idol competition by singer and winner Verena. He briefly formed a new band called Watson and played Los Angeles stages, before releasing a solo album, Meet Me At The Corner, under the moniker C.E. Lane. Lane returned to Chicago in 2018 and continues to write and produce music, including music for the SingFit app, designed as a therapy aid for people with PTSD and memory loss. He also creates the music for the Behind The Song podcast hosted by his wife, Janda Lane.
Loud Lucy appear on the Tom Pettytribute albumYou Got Lucky: A Tribute to Tom Petty with a cover of “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around”. Louise Post of Veruca Salt contributed vocals on that song.