Trinity Lane is a one of a kind artist with a style all her own. She Sings Traditional Country and Gospel Music, with a twist of blues.
INTRODUCING TRINITY LANE (FORMERLY ANNE BREHM)
After returning from Fan Fair, Anne went back to Nashville to record her upcoming CD “Simple Country Girl” through KMA Records. While at KMA Records Anne had the pleasure of meeting World Renowned Country Music Legend Singer Songwriter Don Lloyd Chapel of Nashville Tennessee. Anne’s promoter Miranda Leake and KMA Records owner Keith Bradford made the contact and arranged for The Legendary Don Chapel to come in during her recording session, to experience what they believe to be a Star performer.
This is how the Professional name of "Trinity Lane" was chosen and awarded and endorsed by the legendary songwriter Don Chapel, at Nashville, Tennessee, in an effort to help promote Anne's musical career. (For the complete story, visit Trinity's Website).
Trinity has been singing since the age of four, which began in church and continued throughout school and she continues to follow her dreams. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, and brought up in the Southern State of Florida, she has the roots of Country and Gospel music, in her veins. She spent several years in front of the TV watching the Grand Ole' Opry and she always said as a child growing up, that she would someday sing on that stage where the legends stood. That is her long life goal.
Trinity competed in several competitions over the years, including State Competition through the Orange Blossom Country Music Assoc. in 1999. She walked away with two awards, Horizon Award for Female Vocalist and Female Entertainer of the year. In 2002, Trinity signed with the well established Record Label "Ready Records World Wide" and she was with them for several years. While signed with this label, Trinity hit The Music Review Charts in New York several times over. Every song that she placed on a Compilation CD hit the Top 40 charts, both on Country and Gospel Music. In September 2004, Trinity had her first Number One song on The Music Reviews with "Worth Calvary".
Trinity is now signed with KMA Records / Leakelane Music Group / Second Chance Entertainment / Miranda Promotions International
In 2007, Trinity went to the TCMA Awards Convention again, and she came home with the following awards:
Gold Female Vocalist of the Year
Gold Songwriter of the Year
Silver Elite Album of the Year with "Simple Country Girl"
Since then, Trinity was in GTE Magazine as the most played Gospel artist overseas. Trinity also was featured in New Music Weekly Magazine, along with being added to the Future Hits Compilation #31 CD through New Music Weekly, and released her hit single 'Things Could Be Better', which was released August, 2007. After the release of this single, it soared up the New Music Weekly Main Top 30 Country Charts all the way to #31. It also has hit charts on the ECMA (European CMA) climbing all the way to #5, as well as charting in the Top 10 Songs throughout the entire overseas area.
In January of 2008, Trinity kicks off the year with the video release of 'Things Could Be Better'. Following this, Trinity heads to KMA Records to record her brand new CD 'Girls Like Fast Cars Too', which was released April 1st, 2008. The single 'Girls Like Fast Cars Too' was released in February and with only 13 weeks on the market, it has soared up several charts, including New Music Weekly Main Top 30 Country Charts at #10, Top 30 Indie Charts at #5, Indie Top 40 Top 30 Charts at #6. At the end of March 2008, Trinity breaks all kind of records landing two #1 positions in two different genres at the same time, on one of Country's hottest digital music resources, Soundclick.com, as well as The Independent Music Network Country Charts at #3. After the April 1st release of the album, Trinity lands three #1 positions in a row on Roots Music Report landing first on the Pop Country Charts, now holding #1 spot for the 5th week in a row, and then landing #1 Spot on Roots Top 100 Airplay Chart, As of April 25th, 2008 dropping down to #2, and now sitting at #3 for the fourth week.
March 2008, also brought about award nominations in these categories, Female Vocalist of the year, Entertainer of the year, Song of the year, Video of the year, from Texas Nothin Fancy CMA Music Awards. She was awarded 'Female Vocalist of The Year'.