A cult legend from the Canadian folk picture, singer/songwriter Cent Lang earned a devoted enthusiast following on her behalf distinctive readings of folk, blues, nation and gospel criteria. A indigenous of Montreal, Lang initial emerged through the 1960s, honing her build in prisons, clinics, churches and summer months camps; within the years to check out, she also performed at main folk celebrations, and relentlessly toured night clubs across THE UNITED STATES. Ultimately Warner Bros. portrayed interest in supplying her a agreement, but upon learning she’d be likely to record with a power backing music group, the staunchly acoustic Lang refused the give; with the mid-1970s — burnt out with the music business and fighting alcoholism — she went into self-imposed exile, relocating to some rustic cabin within the remote control wilderness area of Quebec. Lang didn’t resurface until 1988, of which period she came back to carrying out and began composing new tracks; in 1991 she self-released her cassette-only return effort Yes!!, adopted in 1992 by Live. Ain’t Existence Sweet made an appearance a year later on, and in 1996 she came back with KEEP ON Children.