“Lance is a great songwriter and singer. His writing is pure and descriptive. His singing is gritty and soulful...”

 

Phillip David Harris, songwriter with Banner Music, Nashville

“Lance is the real deal, raw, genuine, honest singer songwriter and a great guy!”

 

Jody Bloomfield, founder Piney Creek Productions

"Lance is an incredible songwriter...He has put together just an amazing piece of work and I think you're going to love it."

 

Angela Oldfield, host of "Bluegrass Breakout" on WSKV, Irvine, Kentucky

Lance has drawn from his blue collar roots, the love of his Kentucky home in the Bluegrass region, and the heart of his varied musical influences to craft songs that appeal to story lovers everywhere.  You'll hear traces of your own memories and life experiences in the unmistakable originality of a hard-working Kentuckian's unique, sometimes raw, perspective as he paints musical portraits that touch a range of emotions.

From small beginnings, writing his first song in 2018, Lance began co-writing songs with established singer-songwriters, including Phillip David Harris, Micah Howard, and many others. One of his songs, co-written with Harris, is under contract with Banner Music in Nashville. In 2019, only a year after writing his first song, he was runner-up in a regional singer-songwriting competition at The Steam Engine Session Room in Irvine, Kentucky, an emerging destination for roots musicians in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Since then, Lance has been a featured guest on a popular roots music show, "Bluegrass Breakout", produced by radio station WSKV in Irvine. Lance has opened for Arlo McKinley, CoraLee and the Townies, Justin Wells, and Derek Spencer.

 

Lance has accomplished a lot in the world of roots music in a short amount of time, and it's clear why from listening to his compelling and evocative songs. Currently, he is working on his debut album, and has released his first three singles. "Outside the Lines" is a lyrical journey with two small town misfits to find love, despite tough times at home, by living life their own way, outside of what is expected.  "Flyin' on Momma's Feet" is about growing up in the 80's in Lance's small mountain hometown, Berea, Kentucky.  And "Was I Always Killing You?" is a hauntingly beautiful contemplation of a long suffering relationship.