March Madness!

Hello Lunden Reign Nation!!
Laura and Nikki are very excited to play an up close and personal acoustic set in Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara Multicultural Center for Trans Day of Visibility on March 24th! If you can get up to the area, please come show your support and e
njoy some great live music!
If you miss Laura and Nikki in Santa Barbara, not to worry. You can catch their acoustic show again in North Hollywood on March 31st with guitarist Julian Tomarin joining as well.
Lunden Reign has already released the first single and video “Red Wagon (Can’t Return To Yesterday)” – the first of 10 songs from “Confessions”. We are excited to announce the final 4 songs for “Confessions” are nearly finished and we should have a release date very soon!
Says Nikki, “I’m really thrilled about this next record. “Red Wagon” is a powerhouse, and a couple of the other songs hit me super hard which makes them easy to perform emotionally. I hope that what we did at the Whisky A Go-Go recently transcends into our studio recordings – performances like that are what I hope to share with our fans. If you close your eyes and listen, if you feel like your with us, then I’ve done my job as the lead singer.” 
Lunden Reign is a female fronted alternative rock band co-founded by power couple Laura Espinoza-Lunden and Nikki Lunden. The two are joined by platinum-selling producer and music co-writer: Luis Maldonado. Their music is supportive of those who find themselves feeling ostracized, bullied or afraid to be who they really are, especially those in the LGBT communities. “It is our hope that our songs may carry a message of encouragement and help someone who struggles with these things”. Lunden Reign has also put music out there in support of our U.S. troops, specifically “Savage Line” inspired by the ambush at the Battle of Wanat in Afghanistan 2008. “The Savage Line” was written for and dedicated to the families and soldiers of “The Chosen Company” who bravely fought at the deadly “Battle of Wanat” on July 13, 2008. It’s accompanied by a music video expressing the desolation our troops must feel on the front lines. You can see the video and many more at – be sure to give a like and share!

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