NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nationally acclaimed singer/songwriter Kelly Lang received the ‘Icon Award’ at The Alice Awards Gala as part of The Southern Women in Film & Television (SWIFT) Summit this past weekend. The Alice Awards recognize women who have all demonstrated perseverance in the pursuit of their dreams despite difficulties, hardships, and life’s circumstances and each has 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!
“To be recognized by your peers for what you do is much appreciated and never taken for granted,” shares Lang. “To be chosen for the ‘Icon Award’ is very humbling since there are so many other talented women who could have been selected. I am deeply touched to be acknowledged in such a special way.”
Lang has issued a Deluxe EP featuring her song, “I’m Not Going Anywhere” after being 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. Her new autobiography, also titled I’m Not Going Anywhere, highlights her journey as a 17-year breast cancer survivor, along with her healing experience and the unfolding of her love story with country music legend T.G. Sheppard. The book 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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