Margot Lane is an American Indie-pop songwriter and multi-instrumentalist originally from Buffalo NY. Her music incorporates elements of rock, country, and blues within the pop genre. The Los Angeles California based musician has built a following from sharing the stage and working alongside some legendary artists such as Dick Dale, Marco Antonio Solis, Elton John, and Kamyar. As well as orchestra work with Asia Entertainment, Fullerton Symphony, Occidental Symphony, and Hollywood Light Orchestra, Margot has had several appearances on TV and soundtracks as a musician with ABC’s hit TV series THE CATCH, the Saigon Broadcasting Station for Asia Entertainment, and the recording of the world release of “With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story”.
She has worked alongside and toured with many artists both on world and US bound tours as a performer and music director. She is an endorsee artist for NS Design for her electric violins and uses Super-Sensitive Strings from Red Label Strings.
Margot has been teaching in Los Angeles for 9 years and 4 previously in New York and is adept at teaching students of many ages and abilities, incorporating theory, composition, note-reading and rhythm comprehension in her lessons. She currently teaches piano, violin, strings and voice.