BRANDON LANE

Musician | Arranger | Composer | Producer/Engineer

BIO

Brandon Lane is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and producer/engineer from Richmond, VA. As a full-time musician and producer, Brandon works in various musical styles and settings, including production for media (most recently producing the theme song for actress Tika Sumpter’s podcast “The Suga”). Upon completing a jazz studies graduate degree in 2018, Brandon released a self-produced, Top 100 Indie-charting EP in 2019 entitled OLDSOULMUSIC to rave reviews.

 

Brandon has worked with artists such as: Ronnie Laws, Dennis Chambers, Warren Wolf, Walter Beasley, Freddie Fox, Debórah Bond, Natalie Prass, Rayvon Owen (American Idol), and many others around the world.

 
 

session credits

  • Debórah Bond, The Suga Podcast – “The Suga Podcast Theme”, 2020

  • Lydia Salett Dudley – “Whatcha Gonna Say?”, 2020

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – “Together We Can Make It”, “Fragile”, “Killing Me Softly”, “Reminiscent” (Steppin’ Out, 2020)

  • Brandon Lane – Time Alone, 2020

  • Resound – “Go Tell It” (First Christmas, 2019)

  • Brandon Lane – A Very B-Lane Christmas, 2019

  • Brandon Lane – OLDSOULMUSIC, 2019

  • Calvin Presents – “Haunted” (Dream, 2018)

  • Future Prospect – The Climb, 2016

  • Samantha Stith – In God’s Timing, 2016

  • Resound – “Keep on Lovin’” single, 2016

  • Joseph B. Clarke – “Always” single, 2016

  • Urban Doxology – Bread For The Journey, 2016

  • Walter Beasley – “Haven’t You Heard” (I’m Back, 2015)

  • Bill McGee – “Children of the Night”, “I Know You Got Soul”, “Full Circle” (Still Bill, 2015)

  • Virginia State University Gospel Chorale – Walk In Jerusalem, 2015

  • Future Prospect – A Future Prospect Christmas EP, 2015

  • Future Prospect – Future Prospect EP, 2015

  • Desireé Roots – “Don’t Ever Stop Dreaming” (Don’t Ever Stop Dreaming, 2014)

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – Gates Wide Open, 2013

  • Samantha Stith – “Jesus Loves Me” single, 2013

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – It’s Time, 2008

  • Bill McGee – Chase The Sunset, 2006

production &

engineering 

credits

  • Lydia Salett Dudley – “Whatcha Gonna Say?”, 2020

  • Debórah Bond, The Suga Podcast – “The Suga Podcast Theme”, 2020

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – “Together We Can Make It” (Steppin’ Out, 2020)

  • Freddie Fox – “Too Tuff”, “My Crusade”, “Sunshine” (Limitless, 2020)

  • Brandon Mitchell – Black Guardian, 2020 [mixed/mastered]

  • Elemera – All the Times, 2020 [mixed/mastered]

  • Brandon Lane – Time Alone, 2020

  • Brandon Lane – A Very B-Lane Christmas, 2019

  • Colin Williams – Sax Talk, 2019 [mixed/mastered]

  • Brandon Lane – OLDSOULMUSIC, 2019

  • Chuckey Robinson – “Legacy” Single, 2018 [mixed/mastered]

  • Samantha Stith – In God’s Timing, 2016

  • Walter Beasley – “Haven’t You Heard” (I’m Back, 2015)

  • Bill McGee – “Full Circle” (Still Bill, 2015)

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – Gates Wide Open, 2013

  • Samantha Stith – “Jesus Loves Me” Single, 2013

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – It’s Time, 2008

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composition &

arranging credits

  • Debórah Bond, The Suga Podcast – “The Suga Podcast Theme”, 2020

  • Lydia Salett Dudley – “Whatcha Gonna Say?”, 2020

  • Brandon Lane – Time Alone, 2020

  • Freddie Fox – “Too Tuff”, “My Crusade”, “Sunshine” (Limitless, 2020)

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – “Together We Can Make It” (Steppin’ Out, 2020)

  • Brandon Lane – A Very B-Lane Christmas, 2019

  • Brandon Lane – OLDSOULMUSIC, 2019

  • Samantha Stith – In God’s Timing, 2016

  • Future Prospect – “Dahlia,” “Fleeting Moments (Interlude),” “Closer” (The Climb, 2016)

  • Walter Beasley – “Haven’t You Heard” (I’m Back, 2015)

  • Bill McGee – “Full Circle” (Still Bill, 2015)

  • Future Prospect – “Hark, The Herald Angels Sing” (A Future Prospect Christmas EP, 2015)

  • Future Prospect – “Dahlia” (Future Prospect EP, 2015)

  • James “Saxsmo” Gates – Gates Wide Open, 2013

 
 
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CONTACT

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©2020 by Brandon Lane.