Regan Lorraine moved to Nashville in 2004 and since then has been carefully crafting her network of friends, musicians and industry professionals alike. Through the release of her first EP 'Lone Lily' (2009) she has continually gained the momentum to land her in the studio with some of Nashville's top musicians. Regan has spent the last two years working alongside Russ Long (producer/engineer), perfecting her craft in preparation for the launch of her debut album this year.
Amid the process, she released another EP titled 'Wildfire'; a preview to the upcoming full length record. Her songs carry a wide range of moments, inspirations, moods and instrumentation from the desert rock of "South", to the stripped down acoustic driven title track, 'Shelf Life'. It’s a compilation of both her newest songs as well as a few old favorites that they were able to breathe new life into.
It boasts collaborations with a cast of incredibly talented musicians, such as the McCrary Sisters, Michael Trent from Shovels & Rope, Chris Donohue, Ken Lewis, Pat Buchanan and Greg Morrow (2015 ACM drummer of the year) just to name a few. It features strong, blended vocals, pedal steel, sultry horn sections, clean electric guitars and plenty of space to breathe. It's just a matter of time before the rest of Nashville catches wind of her.