K.d. lang marks Con­stant Crav­ing an­niver­sary with 17-city Cana­dian tour

The Hamilton Spectator - - A&E -

MON­TREAL - Four-time Grammy win­ner k.d. lang will mark the suc­cess of her 1992 hit sin­gle “Con­stant Crav­ing” and its al­bum “In­genue” with a 17-city Cana­dian tour.

The 23 dates be­gin with two nights in Vic­to­ria in Au­gust be­fore lang heads across the coun­try with stops in ev­ery prov­ince along the way.

A gala per­for­mance at the Na­tional Arts Cen­tre in Ot­tawa on Sept. 16 will also fea­ture the NAC’s orches­tra as part of the show.

Tick­ets for the In­genue Redux Tour go on sale to fan club mem­bers March 2 while a gen­eral sale be­gins on March 3.

“Con­stant Crav­ing” is the big­gest hit of lang’s ca­reer and helped to sky­rocket her to a new level of fame. But lang has also gar­nered in­ter­na­tional ac­claim for her other works, in­clud­ing the 2004 cov­ers al­bum “Hymns of the 49th Par­al­lel,” which fea­tured songs from legendary Cana­dian artists like Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and Neil Young. She also plans to per­form a se­lec­tion of those songs on the tour.

She plays Aug. 30 and 31 in Toronto at the Sony Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts and in Hamil­ton Sept. 19 at FirstOn­tario Con­cert Hall.

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