LANCO continues to pave its course after the success of their double platinum radio chart-topper “Greatest Love Story” and critically acclaimed gold hit “Born To Love You.”The five-man band’s #1 selling debut and coming-of-age album, ‘Hallelujah Nights,’ made LANCO the first country group to debut at #1 on the Billboard Country Albums charts in 10 years.
Now they have dropped two irresistibly nostalgic tracks “Old Camaro” and "What I See,” which serves as their new single at country radio. Revealing another layer of LANCO, they fuse together a modern twist on sentimental hometown memories combined with a fresh mix of organic sounds. The new music from the 2018 Academy of Country Music Award winner for New Group of the Year follows multiple nominations from the Country Music Association, Country Music Television, American Music Awards, and iHeartRadio Awards. On top of all that, frontman Brandon Lancaster became the first member of a group to ever win the Nashville Songwriters Association International’s Songwriter/Artist of the Year honor.
LANCO continues to take a road-warrior mentality to touring by playing more than 100 shows in 2019 including their headlining run overseas and sets at prominent festivals. For more information on LANCO, visit www.lancomusic.com.
About Brittany Ray:
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Brittany Ray has developed a unique sound that stands out in Music City. Growing up in Dubuque, Iowa, Ray’s household was filled with music ranging from her mother’s karaoke renditions of classic country songs, to her brother’s punk/rock guitar stylings. Drawing influence from both of these diverse musical backgrounds, Brittany’s music incorporates catchy melodies and driving electric guitar riffs with storytelling lyrics.
Brittany dove into music as soon as she could. She began singing sometime around age 4, and soon after started taking piano and guitar lessons. By age 16, Brittany was taking trips down to Nashville and developed her songwriting skills with established songwriters such as Stephanie Bentley, Joe West, and Rob Crosby. Her first recorded and released song was a duet written and sung with Richie McDonald from Lonestar entitled “Love Is Worth It.” Though she had been commuting back and forth, Brittany’s attendance at Belmont University finally secured her a permanent location in Nashville. In 2016, Brittany released her debut self-titled EP that was produced by #1 country singer Jamie O’Neal.