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Jamie Lane choreographs the performances of Big N' Rich and Brad Paisley at the CMA Awards!
Renown choreographer Jamie Lane goes country once again, this time choreographing the performances of artists Big N’ Rich and Brad Paisley.
Jamie Lane says she is thrilled to choreograph the CMA’s, because it is the biggest night in country music, and that she enjoys the challenge of choreographing live shows. Lane shares, “ There is no substitute for a live broadcast; it’s always a little chaotic, a ton of fun, and very high energy because you only have one shot at it, and I'm sure this show will be no exception”.
With over 21 years of dance experience Jamie Lane has made a name for herself in the country music world for her innovative choreography style and imaginative presentation. While on the set of Gretchen Wilson’s ‘Redneck Woman’ video, an unknown duo then, John Rich and Big Kenny approached her to cast, choreograph, and perform the lead role in their new music video. ‘Save A Horse Ride A Cowboy’ ended up winning video of the year, and served as Jamie’s break through project in Nashville.
About Jamie Lane:
Jamie Lane began her career as an Atlanta Falcons cheerleader, and was a Broadway Dance Center Scholarship recipient. Jamie appeared on the Fox reality show Unan1mous, and has worked with many recording artists, including Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn, Hank Williams Jr., choreographed for the ACM and CMT award shows, and shot numerous national commercials. Most recently Jamie choreographed a promo for Country Music Television and Jeff Foxworthy, and just finished choreographing a prom scene with hundreds-plus zombies in the upcoming movie ‘Dance Of The Dead’. Jamie Lane is represented by XCEL Talent Agency.
XCEL Talent Agency
P.O Box 191731
Atlanta, GA 31119
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XCEL represents dancers, choreographers, and actors for an array of productions, be it music videos, film, television, commercials, theatre, live shows, print and artistic development.