Lana Gay is a Canadian radio personality and music journalist. Best known as a longtime host on CBC Radio 3, she is currently heard on Indie 88 in Toronto, Ontario since July 2015. She was also formerly a host on CFNY-FM in Toronto, and indie music director at CFOX in Vancouver, British Columbia.
She temporarily left CBC Radio 3 in December 2011 along with Vish Khanna, and debuted as a host of CBC Music's new hosted rock music stream in February 2012. She returned to Radio 3 in the summer of 2012 to cover a sabbatical by Grant Lawrence, and returned to the network full-time thereafter.
- Misty Harris, "Study looks to 'hipsters' to divide cool from clichéd". Regina Leader-Post, August 28, 2010.
- John Semley, "Meet the trailblazing music director who helped rocket Elton John to success in America: In an environment still ruled by men, CKLW 's Rosalie Trombley became the girl with the golden ears - and those ears would be among the first to pick out John's Bennie and the Jets for radio dominance". The Globe and Mail, June 3, 2019.
- Guy Dixon, "40 channels of Canadiana". The Globe and Mail, February 14, 2012.
- "Polaris Music Prize Names Grand Jury" Archived 1 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine. CBC Radio 3, August 11, 2008.