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    k.d. lang to Bring "Ingénue Redux" Tour to UK, Ireland

    k.d. lang has announced thirteen shows in the UK and Ireland in July as part of her ongoing world tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of her Grammy Award–winning, critically acclaimed album Ingénue. Following lauded sold-out runs in Canada, the United States, and Australia, the latest leg of the Ingénue Redux Tour gives fans the opportunity to experience the multi-platinum album performed live in its entirety to mark its silver anniversary, as well as additional songs from lang's celebrated career. The tour begins in Hull on July 13 and ends in Dublin on July 31, including London's Eventim Apollo on July 28. These dates mark lang's first full UK tour in over a decade. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 1. See below for full list of tour dates, or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour. You can watch lang perform a previously unreleased song, "Sleeping Alone," live during the US tour, below.

    "lang's performance proved that, even after a quarter of a century, [Ingénue] is still an album to fully immerse yourself in," said the Calgary Herald of the tour. "But it was the startling power of that impeccably controlled mezzo-soprano voice, which can veer from melodramatic and anguished to nuanced and jazzy in a beat, that stole the show."

    "A canny and sumptuous blend of roots music and pre-rock pop, Ingénue sounds as great today as it did upon its release," said the Los Angeles Times; the songs "shimmered with dreamy textures."

    The tour follows the release of a re-mastered 25th Anniversary Edition of Ingénue on Nonesuch. The two-disc set includes eight previously unreleased live performances from lang's 1993 MTV Unplugged episode, recorded in New York City's famed Ed Sullivan Theater. In the words of Uncut, "Ingénue still dazzles, 25 years on. Luminous, languid and seductive to the point of intoxication. This reissue proves its status as a modern classic."

    Ingénue was k.d. lang's fifth album, following a quartet of records that pushed the boundaries of country music. Released in 1992, the album was the first of entirely new material. lang wrote most of the songs with her longtime collaborator Ben Mink; Greg Penny co-wrote 'So It Shall Be', and all three produced the album. The NME named it one of the year's best albums and said, "You will fall in love with Ingénue. In fact, you will want to have its children."

    k.d. lang Ingénue Redux tour

    Jul 13 Bonus Arena* Hull
    Jul 14 Bridgewater Hall* Manchester
    Jul 16 Dome* Brighton
    Jul 17 Forum* Bath
    Jul 19 Sage Gateshead* Gateshead
    Jul 21 Music Hall** Aberdeen
    Jul 22 Royal Concert Hall** Glasgow
    Jul 24 Philharmonic** Liverpool
    Jul 25 Lighthouse** Poole
    Jul 27 Symphony Hall** Birmingham
    Jul 28 Eventim Apollo** London
    Jul 30&31 National Concert Hall** Dublin
         

    * with special guest Leonard Grigoryan
    **with special guests The Grigoryan Brothers

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k.d. lang has announced thirteen shows in the UK and Ireland in July as part of her ongoing world tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of her acclaimed album Ingénue. Following sold-out runs in North America and Australia, the latest leg of the Ingénue Redux Tour begins in Hull, ends in Dublin, and includes London's Eventim Apollo. This is her first full UK tour in over a decade. Watch lang perform the song "Sleeping Alone" live on the US tour here.

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k.d. lang has announced thirteen shows in the UK and Ireland in July as part of her ongoing world tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of her Grammy Award–winning, critically acclaimed album Ingénue. Following lauded sold-out runs in Canada, the United States, and Australia, the latest leg of the Ingénue Redux Tour gives fans the opportunity to experience the multi-platinum album performed live in its entirety to mark its silver anniversary, as well as additional songs from lang's celebrated career. The tour begins in Hull on July 13 and ends in Dublin on July 31, including London's Eventim Apollo on July 28. These dates mark lang's first full UK tour in over a decade. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 1. See below for full list of tour dates, or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour. You can watch lang perform a previously unreleased song, "Sleeping Alone," live during the US tour, below.

"lang's performance proved that, even after a quarter of a century, [Ingénue] is still an album to fully immerse yourself in," said the Calgary Herald of the tour. "But it was the startling power of that impeccably controlled mezzo-soprano voice, which can veer from melodramatic and anguished to nuanced and jazzy in a beat, that stole the show."

"A canny and sumptuous blend of roots music and pre-rock pop, Ingénue sounds as great today as it did upon its release," said the Los Angeles Times; the songs "shimmered with dreamy textures."

The tour follows the release of a re-mastered 25th Anniversary Edition of Ingénue on Nonesuch. The two-disc set includes eight previously unreleased live performances from lang's 1993 MTV Unplugged episode, recorded in New York City's famed Ed Sullivan Theater. In the words of Uncut, "Ingénue still dazzles, 25 years on. Luminous, languid and seductive to the point of intoxication. This reissue proves its status as a modern classic."

Ingénue was k.d. lang's fifth album, following a quartet of records that pushed the boundaries of country music. Released in 1992, the album was the first of entirely new material. lang wrote most of the songs with her longtime collaborator Ben Mink; Greg Penny co-wrote 'So It Shall Be', and all three produced the album. The NME named it one of the year's best albums and said, "You will fall in love with Ingénue. In fact, you will want to have its children."

k.d. lang Ingénue Redux tour

Jul 13 Bonus Arena* Hull
Jul 14 Bridgewater Hall* Manchester
Jul 16 Dome* Brighton
Jul 17 Forum* Bath
Jul 19 Sage Gateshead* Gateshead
Jul 21 Music Hall** Aberdeen
Jul 22 Royal Concert Hall** Glasgow
Jul 24 Philharmonic** Liverpool
Jul 25 Lighthouse** Poole
Jul 27 Symphony Hall** Birmingham
Jul 28 Eventim Apollo** London
Jul 30&31 National Concert Hall** Dublin
     

* with special guest Leonard Grigoryan
**with special guests The Grigoryan Brothers

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