k.d. lang has announced the 25th anniversary edition of her ground-breaking, multi-platinum, Grammy-winning album Ingénue, out on July 7 and available to pre-order now. This new expanded edition will feature the original 1992 album, as well as a second disc of previously unreleased material recorded for MTV Unplugged in 1993.
The release coincides with a tour of Australia in July.
Ingénue peaked at #3 on the ARIA Album Chart making Australia her most successful territory along with homeland Canada. “Constant Craving” was the stand out single from the record which soared up the charts globally and won k.d. lang the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1993 and an MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video.
Through her career, lang has collaborated with artists including Tony Bennett, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Roy Orbison and Loretta Lynn to name a few, proving to be one of the great artists of the past 25 years. Fellow Canadian, Michael Buble, called her "the greatest female singer in the whole world"
Smash hit "Constant Craving" on MTV Unplugged.
This is an incredibly moving version of the Leonard Cohen classis “Hallelujah” at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver 2010.
Duo with Roy Orbison on Top of the Pops in 1988 performing one of his biggest hits “Cryin”
Showing off her sense of humour in this video of “Miss Chatelaine” live in Sydney in 1997. This song also received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1994 and is from the Ingénue album.
“You Can Sleep” live with Melissa Etheridge in 1994
k.d. lang Tour Dates
July 18 – MCEC Plenary Hall, Melbourne
July 20 – Arts Centre, Melbourne
July 21 – Arts Centre, Melbourne
July 23 – Riverside Theatre, Perth
July 24 – Riverside Theatre, Perth
July 26 – ICC Theatre, Sydney
July 27 – ICC Theatre, Sydney
k.d. lang recently spoke to 60 Minutes about her forthcoming tour
The 25th Anniversary edition of Ingénue is available to pre-order here.