Janis Ian reached into the veiled consciousness of a generation with two songs. Both “Society’s Child” and “At Seventeen” explored the insecurities of youth and the concerns of romance across color. The ’60s and ’70s were a growth period for the world as we adapted to a changing stream of thoughts. Janis Ian effectively encapsulated the angst of her generation within her lyrics. Over her career, she has released twenty-three studio albums. But her strengths showed on the charts between 1974 and 1977 with four albums including her number one set, Between The Lines (1975).

On February 11, Janis Ian will release her last album, The Light At The End Of The Line. Janis calls this new album her “swansong”. The new album will contain twelve new songs, with the single, “I’m Still Standing” and “Resist” are current release (hear below). 

The Light At The End Of The Line will be released on CD, DD, and vinyl LP.

The Light At The End Of The LineJanis Ian
01 I’m Still Standing
02 Resist
03 Stranger
04 Swannanoa
05 Wherever Good Dreams Go
06 Perfect Little Girl
07 Nina
08 Dancing With the Dark
09 Dark Side of the Sun
10 Summer In New York
11 The Light at the End of the Line
12 Better Times Will Come

By MARowe