(1943 - living) Australia
Lana was a child prodigy singer with her Australian orchestra-leader father, Burt Cantrell, all around Australia. She first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Shows in the mid-late 1960' where she became one of the best women's singers in the world. A voice better than Streisand, more heart that Minelli.
She travelled the world singing her heart out until the "business" fell flat for true singers who used to headline the likes of the Stardust in Vegas, Post Pavillion in VA, and of course the Rainbow Room in NYC.