Soda Cracker Jesus is the rock n roll brainchild of singer-songwriter-producer Regan Lane. His debut single My Anthem has charted on many independent radio stations worldwide, rising to number 15 on the prestigious Radio Indie Alliance Charts.
SCJ’S references are easy to draw, from a beefed-up Beatles or punked-out Kinks to those who took that sound forward including Robyn Hitchcock, Julian Cope, XTC, Anton Barbeau, and many more. What you will find once the needle hits the wax is effortless grooves and lush harmonies along with a relentless drive of clattering and cool backbeats and attitude. Energy meets euphoria in a two and half minute sonic workout.
The SCJ's first two singles My Anthem and Drug My Soul have both been played on over 100 indie radio stations and charted on the prestigious Indie Alliance Charts including numerous #1's. SCJ was also featured on blogs and websites around the world including The New Music Food Truck, Eclectic Music Lover, JPGChief, Ballroom Blitz's Man At The Back. The My Anthem video was added to The International Singer-Songwriters Association's Television Network Channel on ROKU, and Regan is so very excited about this new expansion. This will give SCJ and other ISSA members a direct presence with TV viewers across the world.
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Regan Lane has been a mainstay in the Northwest music scene for a number of years. In a land and time long ago, Lane was a core member of the legendary Tacoma punk band Baby Knockors and then made numerous records with popular rockers Strypes in between their tours of Japan.
Currently, besides Soda Cracker Jesus, Lane is the frontman /ringmaster for Psych-rockers Strangely Alright and their Eclectic Traveling Minstrel Magic Music Medicine Show.
He recently arranged and produced the song Will I Ever Find Love for prog-rockers Grieve The Astronaut that went to #1 on the Music Mafia Top 30 and helped produce the new album Butterfly Hand Grenade for up-and-coming rockers Stargazy Pie. Regan is also an active mentor in the successful Ted Brown Music Program, helping aspiring northwest musicians to hone their craft.
Regan was also the creator and host of an interview-style TV show, Strangely Alright TV, and the co-writer of a theme song for the True Fidelity radio show.
Many of Regan’s original compositions have had placement and airplay on numerous TV shows throughout the US, including A&E's Biography, NBC Sports, VH1’s Top Twenty Countdown, Best Week Ever and his composition U Won't Believe was heard on NBC's Race Across America and was also the theme song for Puget Sound’s TV, a Northwest TV show featuring local and national indie artists.