NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nationally acclaimed singer/songwriter and producer, Kelly Lang has released her new music video for her current single, “Midnight Train To Georgia” which will be included in her upcoming project “Old Soul II,” sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms. Originally performed by Gladys Knight & The Pips, Lang shines throughout the song, showcasing soulful vocals and the ability to recreate a timeless classic with ease. Lang’s emotion perfectly captures the lyrics, delivering a sweet yet powerful tune. Kelly’s official music video “Midnight Train to Georgia” was premiered by Foxnews.com and is available to download and stream on all digital platforms now.
Being the biggest Gladys Knight fan, it was so much fun to record and create a video honoring her biggest song, Midnight Train To Georgia,” shares Lang. “My hopes are that a younger generation may hear my version and look into the history of this incredible song and artist. I loved putting a fresh new spin on this classic and bringing the viewer of the video along for a journey from L.A. to Georgia from a train car. I am so thankful for Foxnews.com for sharing our video with their audience allowing them to slip back in time for this oldie but goodie.”
Lang recently received the “Icon Award” at The Alice Awards Gala as part of The Southern Women in Film & Television (SWIFT) Summit. The Alice Awards recognizes women who have all demonstrated perseverance in the pursuit of their dreams despite difficulties, hardships, and life’s circumstances and each have emerged stronger. The SWIFT Summit that spanned the entire weekend included the Alice Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner, red carpet events, speaking presentations, and more. Lang was honored for her inspiring story and creative participation in the entertainment industry through songwriting, empowering the next generation of talented women!
Lang has released her new autobiography titled “I’m Not Going Anywhere,” highlighting her journey as a 17-year breast cancer survivor, along with her healing experience and the unfolding of her love story with her husband, country music legend T.G. Sheppard. The book is titled after her song, “I’m Not Going Anywhere,” which has been seen and heard across the United States as part of Ascension Hospital’s ‘Your Care Is Our Calling’ national campaign, honoring caregivers and the patients they serve. The autobiography can be purchased on Amazon.com and is now available in hardcover due to popular demand. Fans can receive autographed copies at KellyLang.net.
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