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Kathryn Dawn Lang, better known as K.D. Lang, is a Canadian country pop music icon and the winner of 4 Grammy awards as well as 1 Juno award. KD Lang’s recently announced Siss Boom Bang tour will be coming to a venue near you.
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Her biggest musical influence is “Patsy Cline” since her beginnings in the early ‘80s.K.D. Lang’s first big break was in 1987 with her major hit song “Constant Craving”, and then later “Miss Chatelaine”. KD Lang performed at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada and has collaborated with many great musical names like the late Roy Orbison, Tony Bennett and Canadian songbird Anne Murray.
K.D. Lang tour will be promoting her latest album release “Siss Boom Bang” The Siss Boom Bang tour will be made up of intimate performances in small capacity theatres across North America. For example; 3 nights in Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroomin July , in Calgary on July 10 then over to Boarding House Park in Lowell, Massachussetts on Saturday, August 18 then on to the National Arts Centre in Ottawo on September 18, and 2 nights in Toronto at the Phoenix Concert Theatre on Saturday September 22 and Sunday September 23, and then 2 nights at Montreal’s Corona Theatre September 28, and September29.
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It�s June 1985 and k.d. lang is on an outdoor stage at a small Western Canadian city folk festival with her band, The Reclines. Short hair, Buddy Holly glasses, shirt n skirt and cut-off cowboy boots, and she's flinging herself around the stage belting out Johnny Get Angry before lying flat on her back silently and moaning, "Show me that you care..."
July 2004, and k.d. lang, white shirt and bare feet, slowly strides across the stage of Salle Wilfrid Pelletier at the Montreal Jazz Festival, singing "Crying," occasionally bending double to push out those incredibly strong, true notes that blew Roy Orbison away. And the audience as well: it was just her fifth song of the concert and she was given an extended standing ovation.
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