Lane works for "Summer Job Money"
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Lane works for "Summer Job Money"

Monday, May 3, 2021 – Chris Lane certainly has been busy.

On Friday, Lane dropped his second new song in the past week, "Summer Job Money." The song follows "Fill Them Boots."

"Summer Job Money" was penned by John Byron and Blake Pendergrass and produced by Joey Moi.

"I've always loved nostalgic country songs that take you back to a certain time and place," said Lane. "When I first heard 'Summer Job Money,' it immediately gave me that same kind of feeling. I worked a landscaping job up until the very moment I signed my record deal, so I related to the song and knew I wanted to record it. I'm pumped to share it, and hope y'all have a blast singing it when we get out there to play it live."

Lane, who also had a hit with "Big Big Plans" in recent months, is set to hit the road with this summer and will join Kane Brown for The Worldwide Beautiful Tour remaining stops in September.

Lane is gearing up for first-time fatherhood, as he and wife Lauren prepare to add a baby boy to their family this spring.


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