// Bio //


Lane Norberg is a singer-songwriter from Portland, OR. Growing up in Montana, he took lessons learning to play piano and drums, but didn't begin playing the guitar or singing until college. During these years, Norberg began to play and record cover songs, but soon he was writing and performing his own music and quickly began to gain fans in the area. After graduating from college in 2016, Norberg shifted his focus towards his music career, and got connected with Basecamp Recording Studio, a recording space located in beautiful Bozeman, MT, where Norberg recorded his first EP: "Under the Trees".

   Norberg's indie-folk sound has been described as "James Taylor meets John Mayer", and he has a knack for writing a killer love song. With catchy hooks and intentional lyrics, his voice and songwriting are sure to leave you smiling. Norberg's vision as an artist is to spread joy through his music, and to bring hope to anyone who listens.

In 2018, Norberg relocated to Portland, OR, where he has gained many faithful fans by touring all over the Pacific Northwest. Since landing in Portland, Norberg has made a name for himself in the vibrant local scene - becoming a regular performer at many popular venues and winning the 2019 Local Roots Music Northwest Songwriting contest. During this time, Norberg also recorded and released 4 singles.


In 2021, his sights are set on releasing his first full-length album, which he's recording in Nashville, TN. The new album is expected to be released later this year.