Laen Reeves (born Laura Maynard on March 23, 1969 New York) is a radio personality in Miami in the United States. She works on WFLC, WIOD, WSHE, WDVH-FM and Supertalk 940. In radio, Laen (then called "Lane") was notorious for her on-air antics, which included the "Superbowl" show (1997), rumors of the WPLL being moved to Ybor City, Florida with "go-ped" commutes, and her regular on air battles with coworker Heidi Hess, who was a member of the Planet 103.5FM morning show.
After leaving Supertalk 940 in 1998, Lane changed her name to Laen and began writing and playing original music in South Florida and along the Eastern US coast. Her songs, "Tomorrow Is Another Day," was featured on her first EP, "Naked Lunch" (Badsister Inc).
Reeves wrote and performed the "Stick Death Theme Song". She is the CEO and creator of Badsister, Inc. Reeves is also a survivor of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, 2001. Reeves disappeared from public eye shortly following a year of appearances in 2002.
Reeves was also in bands Area 51 in the early 1990s, and several punk groups in South Florida.
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Laen was a member of the Miami Rock/Pop band, The Livesays in the late 1990s. She sang backup, played auxiliary percussion and guitar with the band.
Laen voiced a number of radio jingles for car dealerships in the Southwest through the production of Daryll Dobson.
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