k.d. Lang
k.d. Lang Over the last twenty years, k.d. lang has lent her voice to an astonishing range of material, from Nashville tearjerkers to Tin Pan Alley torch songs, from playful cow-punk tunes to sultry, grown-up pop. As her audiences at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall indicate, lang attracts a loyal and diverse, multi-generational following. A multi-Grammy Award-winner, she's recorded more than thirteen albums, including collection of straight-up country (Shadowland), urbane adult pop (Ingenue, which featured the hit "Constant Craving"), sophisticated torch (Drag), and sung the Great American Songbook with Tony Bennett (A Wonderful World), before inventing the modern Canadian Songbook (Hymns of the 49th Parallel).