My Eternal Love
Music uplifts, consoles, reminds, and sometimes, it allows you to drift off to other times and places. I hope this music stirs your heart. Bryan Lane I first heard Bryan sing in church. I was so moved by his voice and his performance that I felt compelled to approach him about recording an album. Every time I listen to this CD, which I do constantly, I am overwhelmed by his honest and sensitive rendering of both lyric and melody. He is truthfully one of the best interpreters of song that I have ever heard, and, to me, he is unlike any artist of his kind. This CD is for those who love beautiful music, timeless love songs, and a romantic, classical voice so pure and true that it goes straight to your heart. Jim Weatherly Bryan grew up in Lafayette, Indiana. He was graduated from Purdue University with a degree in mamagement. While attending Purdue, Bryan was the featured soloist for the Purdue glee club. He is in the glee club hall of fame. For more than twenty years, Bryan has sung in church choirs, musical theatre, vocal groups and opera choruses. He has also sung r&b and even sang with a rock band for a while. He sings because it is part of who he is. When he stands up to sing, everything else fades away and there is only the song. He sings from his heart and his soul and the moment becomes so real that people can't help but be affected by it. Bryan's interests also include history and he has written two articles on the civil war. One, about General John Adams, was published in Civil War Times Illustrated. Blue and Gray published the other, about General William Haines Lytle. Bryan also likes to read, play golf (when he can) and fish. Bryan and his wife, Connie, live in Spring Hill, Tennessee and are the proud parents of two boys, John, born in 1999, and Brent, born in 2001.