Jimmy D. Lane (born July 4, 1965 in Chicago, Illinois, United States) is an American electric blues guitarist.
Lane was born to the Chess blues musician Jimmy Rogers and his wife Dorothy. In his childhood, he got to know many older bluesmen who worked with his father, including Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Willie Mabon, Little Walter and Albert King. Lane would say years later, "I feel blessed and fortunate to have known all those cats and I do not take it for granted." In 1998, Lane played for the then President Bill Clinton. Lane moved to Canada in 2007 and began, the now completed, double album project with his wife Beverly Butler'Lane.
Musical style 
Lane's music has been likened to that of Stevie Ray Vaughan, whose former band Double Trouble played with him on the 2004 album It's Time. Other's have compared Lane's guitar work with that of Corey Stevens, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jonny Lang, Jimi Hendrix and Jeff Healey.