A breath of country fresh air from Greenville, SC, Nikki Lane and her band made a stop by The Bing Lounge last Wednesday afternoon before their evening show at the Doug Fir with Jamestown Revival and Pete Molinari. The four-song set highlighted Lane's pure southern voice and American outlaw country rock sound featuring three songs from her Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) produced second album All Or Nothin’ and "Gone, Gone, Gone" from her 2011 record Walk of Shame.
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