K.D. Lang Will Bring The Ingénue Redux Tour To The State Theatre On 3/14


Grammy and Juno award winning singer K.D. Lang has been a favorite of Twin Cities music listeners for a while, but it’s hard to believe that it has been 25 years since the release of her breakout album “Ingénue” and yet, here is she is celebrating the 25th anniversary of it’s issue with the Ingénue Redux Tour

Lang will be playing the State Theatre on 3/14. Some tickets are still available HERE

Lang was born in 1961 in Alberta, Canada, and grew up in the town of Consort. Lang started singing as a child and began her musical career after attending Red Deer College. She released her debut album in Canada in the early 1980s. In 1986, Lang tried to break into the American country music scene with Angel with a Lariat. The following year, she had her first country hit, a duet with Roy Orbison. Switching to a more traditional pop vocal style, Lang had her biggest pop hit in 1992 with “Constant Craving.” Since then, she has recorded numerous albums, including her 2002 collaboration with Tony Bennett, A Wonderful World. Lang was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2013.

Tour Dates:

Mar13.2018 Kansas City, Mo United States Uptown Theater

Mar14.2018 Minneapolis, Mn United States State Theatre

Mar16.2018 St. Louis, Mo United States Peabody Opera House

Mar17.2018 Akron, Oh United States Goodyear Theater

Mar19.2018 Red Bank, Nj United States Count Basie Theatre

Mar20.2018 Lancaster, Pa United States American Music Theatre

Mar22.2018 Boston, Ma United States Orpheum Theater

Mar23.2018 Glenside, Pa United States Keswick Theatre

Mar25.2018 North Bethesda, Md United States Music Center At Strathmore

Mar26.2018 New York, Ny United States Beacon Theatre