One of the finest (and rather underappreciated) vocalists of our time is the ethereal Kelly Lang. As the offspring of Conway Twitty's influence and road manager, Velton Lang, the songbird first got her start at the tender age of 15 with the release of her first Billboard single "Lady, Lady," which catapulted the ingenue into the limelight. She went on to star on such TV features as Music City Tonight, with Crook & Chase, and Ralph Emery's Nashville Now (on TNN) as well as become a finalist on Ed McMahon's Star Search.
From there, she's released four studio albums, including the searing collection Iconic duets, alongside her husband and living legend TG Sheppard. With 21 No. 1 hits to his name, including "Last Cheaters Waltz," "I Love 'Em Everyone" and "Do You Wanna Go To Heaven," his markmanship and passion fueled a creative rennaissance for both artists–something that is rare these days. "TG and I are finally in a place in our lives that we have nothing to prove," Lang shares, quite frankly, with NashvilleGab, exclusively.