Singer-songwriter Kelly Lang, based in Nashville and out with new songs and a new autobiography, shared her 17-year breast cancer battle — and how her faith in God keeps her going.
Speaking to Fox News Digital this week about her newest projects, singer-songwriter Kelly Lang, based in Nashville, talked about her inspirations, her personal battles against cancer — and why faith is central to her life.
“My dad was Conway Twitty’s road manager,” said Lang, “so obviously I had country music playing in the house. But my mom was always blaring Frankie Valli or Elvis, of course — but mostly Gladys Knight.”
Said Lang about Knight, “I just adore her. She’s the greatest vocalist, in my opinion, of anybody I’ve ever heard.”
Lang has just released a new cover of the great Gladys Knight & the Pips song, “Midnight Train To Georgia” — premiering here on Fox News Digital within this article — plus her autobiography came out recently. The book takes readers and fans into her very human battle against breast cancer, her musical journeys and much more.
“I could never even attempt to be as good,” she said, referring to Gladys Knight. “But just to honor her is really important to me.”
Source: Singer Kelly Lang on her 17-year breast cancer battle: ‘I promised God I’d be a bright light to others’