Lana Fallon
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Lana Fallon

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE
Band Alternative Pop

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EP "Against The Grain... The EP" 2009
EP "Fruit & Nut Mix" 2010

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When Lana Fallon was a little girl, she would sing along on her kiddie tape recorder to hits by Tina Turner, Annie Lennox and Madonna, and get lost in the music of The Ohio Players, Nancy Wilson and Eric B, in her daddy’s headphones. The precocious child would dance under the table at fancy Atlanta restaurants using the silverware as a microphone, and she would greet a new family friend with her latest composition.

It’s no wonder that little girl from a college educated, upper middle class family, turned into the fearless, multi-talented performer that she is today: Lana Fallon
“I was always an entertainer, as a little girl and I’m still a ham today,” says Lana Fallon, who made a name for herself on the internet social networking sites with the infectious double entendre party song “Where Ya Booty At???” and her “Question of the Day”.

“I always loved rock and pop entertainers. When I discovered Prince is when I realized it was okay for an artist to sing, dance, write and produce. I just needed a stage name. “ Lana Fallon” was born from her childhood alter ego and came to her in a dream. Her biggest musical inspirations have always been Ike and Tina Turner, Prince , Madonna , and Dr. Dre. I have always admired icons in the business that did it their way. It was about more than the music, it was about the experience. The look, the sound, the feel, the attitude, – the total package. That is what I want to deliver - The Lana Fallon experience."

That goal may seem lofty, but consider the artist: Lana is the girl who at age 4 began taking ballet and jazz dance. By age 6 she had written her first song “The ballet slippers”. By age 9 she was turning pages for her mother who is a classically trained pianist and avid jazz lover. At 12 she had won numerous awards for her tap dancing. At 15, she was playing clubs with her first band. At 19, she left home to tour the world as a singer and choreographer. At 21, she signed her first recording deal with a legendary producer who taught her the art of studio engineering and music production. By her 23rd birthday she was an accomplished engineer and worked with artists such as Tupac, OutKast and Curtis Mayfield.

“My goal as an artist is to be honest and transparent, however, I also love for everyone to have fun,” says Lana, who Executive produced, co-wrote, and co-produced her first two EPs , Against The Grain….The EP (Blush Recordings) and Fruit & Nut Mix (La Rosa Records).

“Against the Grain,” is not only the title of her 1st LP, but it is the essence of the Lana Fallon formula; “It is about being fearless, unique and unapologetic,” she explains.

On the new album, Against the Grain…The LP, fans will be treated to a more polished version of what they heard and loved on her critically acclaimed shows at The Red Light Café and her quirky self produced internet TV show The Car Show Online.
“This new album is a grown up version of the home-studio EPs of the past couple of years. It’s more fine tuned, but with some of my favorite elements of my past releases – the raw passion, the story telling and the joy of giving the listeners an experience will still be there- but way more lush!”

It’s been a while since a new pop artist has made her way in the music industry the old fashioned/grassroots way by paying her dues with seedy club dates, 6 star gigs and shameless self-promotion. “I did this the real way. I played in clubs all over the world. I experienced the highs and the lows and that’s where I found myself as an artist. I learned how to hustle and survive in a brutal industry, and then emerge victorious as a vocalist, performer and producer. I busted my butt and worked hard.” Lana adds with a sly smile, “And now, I just want to change the world one great idea at a time.”