A true-to-life cowboy who grew up on a cattle ranch in the Southwest, James Lann‘s songwriting is 100% genuine, born of his experience roping steers and mending fences.
A fifth generation cowboy who “took to music as he took to horses and cattle, full of energy and enthusiasm,” James Lann started playing music with his uncle’s band when he was 15 years old (after a four-year stint playing drums in the junior high school band).
At 18, he picked up a guitar and hasn’t looked back. One listen to “You’re From The Country Too,” full of lyrics about faded jeans and fried chicken, you’ll understand why this talented young man has shared the stage with the likes of Ty Herndon and Clay Walker.
Pull on those boots, head on down to the bar and find yourself a pretty lady to slow dance with to this great country anthem.