Grammy and Juno winning, upper case challenged, out lesbian k. d. lang has made a career out of confounding expectations. Her trajectory from country/punk outcast to pop star has been full of unexpected twists and turns, all driven by her amazingly powerful and skewed sense of humor. The first out lesbian to be embraced by the Nashville mainstream, lang has been a groundbreaking artist and social activist. Her catalogue may be small, but every disc is an essential listen.
lang grew up in a musical family in the small town of Consort, Alberta, Canada. She studied art at Red Deer College in Edmonton and got interested in performance art, which served her well later when she fronted her first band.... Read More
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Easy Listening, Pop Vocal, Country, Contemporary Country