Traci Sterling
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Traci Sterling

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"Metal4life...UK Review"

Anyone who has known me for more than about three seconds will know that the greatest music ever created is southern Blues rock. No-one will ever match the sheer power and soul of bands like the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Outlaws, Sea Level and others of that ilk. So I always get a wee bit excited when someone comes along promising me a new dose of my favoured poison. The Sterlinglane Project are the latest to try and get me all excited.

Singer / songwriter Traci Sterling and producer John Mclane have been working together for the last ten years, but this is the first recorded fruit of their labours. And, for once, it's been well worth the wait. Ms Sterling is a seasoned performer who has been out there on the road since the eighties with never made it bands like Temptress and Zipper, before moving to Atlanta, Georgia. Mr Mclane has also put in his time in the salt mines as a producer, engineer and musician, and he takes care of all the instruments here as well as the production.

But this is the music they want to perform and when they hit a righteous groove as they do more often than not, then it's a thoroughly invigorating sound. Ms Sterling has done a bang up job of combining her more rock oriented vocal influences - Pat Benatar, Stevie Nicks, Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart - and combining them with a southern Blues vibe. Add in some excellent songs with 'Do You Really Love Me', 'Here We Go Again' and 'Are You The One' amongst the highlights, and you've got a really enjoyable album. A couple of the numbers fall over into generic rock territory with 'Some Of Your Time' the worst offender, but there are far more highs than lows.

- Stuart A. Hamilton

"KZUM 89.3 FM"

Hi Traci,

I aired 4 cuts from your cd yesterday.
From the phone calls, I wasn't the only one who loved it. Keep up the awsome work!


Mike Flowers, Producer
Mystic Mile, Wednesdays 3-6PM CST
KZUM 89.3 FM

- Mike Flowers

"Poland radio Station"

thank you very much for set of recordings and press-kits informations. We will put some of these excellent songs on our air-play list and will review album too. I will back with additional details and ideas as soon as possible. I shall appreciate if you will put our address (**) on yours mailing list for future assistance and new releases. All the best: Dioni Piatkowski (**)ERA JAZZU Dioni Piatkowski Strzelecka 37 62-050 Mosina POLAND
- Dioni Piatkowski


Hi, I have listend to your songs on the cd and I like them. Played several songs in my show already and more will follow. Grtz, Jaap Hoek Rockprogram CRACKS Alphen Stad FM The Netherlands
- Jaap Hoek

"Red Hot Blues Magazine"

I am Josep Palmada of the magazine Red Hot Blues of Radio Vilafant

"It is an excellent disc, has very good quality with a few very
interesting songs, is a very advisable album for all the lovers of
the good music".
Shortly he will present them as innovation in my program.
I hope that we continue in contact.

Regards and thanks.
Josep Palmada.

- Josep Palmeda

"KVMR 89.5 FM Nevada"

Great sounds and a must have for your music collection. Leon Reyes KVMR Radio 89.5 FM Nevada City/Sacramento Ca Host: Leon's Jazz In A Box
- Leon Reyes


Traci Sterling brings her 80's influences into her writing and composing. Her music is to be described as sturdy rock songs and -ballads with finished and closed bombastic sound and orchestration. She maintained influenced to be, by the known singers in this specific rock genre: Pat Benatar, Stevie Nicks and the ladies of Heart. Also the typical eighties rock of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company is very recognizably present in her numbers. Since 1997 she writes and sings with multi-instrumentalist John McLane with whom "The Sterlinglane Project" has evolved. Mostly rock she is sturdy and soulful to the example of her idols. Out of the corner comes such sensitivity as in "Do You Really Love Me", that was taken up in the studio of producer and Tony Camillo that previously worked together with soul diva Glady's Knight. In "Here We Go Again" and in "Are You The One" we hear then again bursts of Tina Turner because of the hoarse voices and the typical rock ballad-vocals. "Lonesome Heart" rock's but contains a lot of influences from the blues genre as a fine guitar solo and piano swing. "Don't You Really Know " is a little jazzy from the corner with good buyer work and a beautiful acoustic guitar solo. Traci Sterling has a very powerful voice with which these various music styles come naturally. She is a vocalist to be on the stages where she totally in front but also the ability for backing vocals for single larger names in this genre. A must have Project for the lovers of this kind of music. (Valsam)
- Valsam


Here We Go Again by The Sterlinglane Project . Recieveing airplay throu out Europe and the USA.



Traci Sterling is a singer/songwriter currently residing in Atlanta. Her love of music has brought her down a wonderful and adventurous road. She has toured on the West Coast and the East with rock bands like "JILLSON", "TEMPTRESS","ZIPPER" , "BLK RANE" and many, many more. For a few years she was the house vocalist at the famous Southern Comfort Bar in Atlanta where she won the "Song Stylist Of The Year" award. She has worked with such great producers such as Tony Camillo ( Glady's Knight), and John Mclane ( Aurther, Derek St.Holmes).She has had the opportunity to work with great musicians like Narvell Felts, Micheal Twitty & Freddy Weller to name a few. Strong, dynamic vocals is what she is known for with stage presence that brings the atmoshere to a new and exciting level. Currently Traci has a CD out with writing partner John Mclane that is getting tons of airplay here in the states and also in Europe. The CD Here We Go Again by the STERLINGLANE PROJECT.