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Lane Brody

Musical Artist

Lane Brody Lane Brody is an American female singer-songwriter, active since the early 1980s, best known for her 1984 Billboard-topping country hit, "The Yellow Rose" (a duet with country music singer Johnny Lee), and for the Oscar nominated song "Over You" from the film "Tender Mercies". She is the first female in country music to have an Oscar-nominated hit from a soundtrack album. Besides "The Yellow Rose", Brody has eleven other chart singles on the country charts. Brody was born Lynn Voorlas on September 24, 1955 in Oak Park, Illinois, but calls Racine, Wisconsin her hometown. She graduated from Horlick High School in 1969. She started her music career by singing commercial jingles for many popular TV and radio commercials. In 1982 she co-wrote Anne Murray's top 30 hit "The Hottest Night of the Year" with fellow songwriters Thomas Campbell and Kerry Chatter. Soon afterward, she began charting her own singles, including the No. 15 country hit "Over You", although none was ever included on an album. Brody and Johnny Lee wrote lyrics to and recorded the theme music for the 1983-1984 NBC television show, "The Yellow Rose". The theme song of the same name became a No. 1 hit on the U.S. country  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Brody, Lane
Date of birth
1955-09-24
Place of birth
Oak Park

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