Hailing from Florida, 3rd generation drummer Randy Lane began playing onstage at the tender age of six years old. Randy was brought up listening to the country greats, as well as the elite rock groups. Randy's grandfather taught him early how to properly play a 2-step, as well as shuffle's. Randy's father was instrumental in teaching him to play for the song and to "keep it simple".
In 2000 Randy Lane joined the band No Address. Randy and the band found a home on Atlantic Records and the band’s debut single (When I’m Gone) shot up the Rock radio charts. No Address has placed several of their hit songs in major motion pictures, as well as television shows. No Address has toured the US and Canada extensively. No Address continues to write, record and tour today.
In 2007, Randy Lane joined the Pat Travers Band. During his tenure with the band, Randy recorded several singles, including the hit “Black Betty” and one full length album (Fidelis). Randy also toured the US, Canada and over 10 countries world-wide.
In 2008 Randy Lane accepted a touring drummer position with Atlantic Records recording artist Carolina Liar. Randy and the band toured the US and Canada in support of their certified Gold single “Show Me What I’m Looking For” from the album “Coming to Terms”.
Currently, Randy has been working as an independent drummer, session artist, private instructor.