Lane Brody’s newest music video “Flame’s Turned Blue” hits close to home this Earth Day.
Written and produced by Brody, “Flame’s Turned Blue” is a humanitarian response to the environmental issues developing around the globe. Brody, who serves as Chairman of the Board for Middle Tennessee wildlife care organization Walden’s Puddle, is strongly connected to the issues confronted in the video.
Click below to watch Lane discuss the inspiration behind “Flame’s Turned Blue” as well as share her thoughts on Earth Day, which is Friday April 22, 2011.
About Lane Brody:
Lane Brody is a multiple Grammy nominee in the Best Artist, Best Album and Best Jazz Vocal Performance categories and the first female artist in Country music to have a song from a soundtrack (“Over You,” from the film Tender Mercies) nominated for an Oscar award. A model and actress, she appeared on the television sitcom, Taxi, and films including Heart of the City. She landed a No. 1 hit with her duet with Johnny Lee, “The Yellow Rose.” Her current album is On the Wings of Songs. For more information, visit www.LaneBrody.com