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Lane puts out new single

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 – Chris Lane is releasing "I Don't Know About You" to radio as his brand new single.

The follow-up to consecutive GOLD-certified hits of "Fix" and "For Her."

The North Carolina native will headline the Laps Around the Sun Tour this fall with Mason Ramsey, the boy yodeler discovered at a WalMart and American Idol standout Gabby Barrett.

Produced by Joey Moi, the project features 14 tracks. Lane has released three albums and two EPs in his career.

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