Sarah McLachlan

Pop Singer

Sarah McLachlan was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on January 28th, 1968 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 56, Sarah McLachlan biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 28, 1968
Place of Birth
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
56 years old
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$50 Million
Author, Film Producer, Guitarist, Multi-instrumentalist, Musician, Painter, Pianist, Singer, Singer-songwriter
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Sarah McLachlan Career

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McLachlan was compelled to move to Vancouver, British Columbia, after being spotted by Nettwerk. Touch, her first album, was released in 1987, and it featured the song "Vox" as well as critical and commercial success. During this period, she appeared on Moev's "As the End Draws Near" album, as an opening act for The Grapes of Wrath and joined her first national concert tour.

Solace, her 1991 album, was her first hit single in Canada, spawning the hit singles "The Path of Thorns (Terms)" and "Into the Fire." Solace marked the start of her friendship with Pierre Marchand. Marchand and McLachlan have been collaborators ever since, with Marchand releasing several of McLachlan's albums and occasionally co-writing songs.

In Canada, the Fumbling Towards Ecstasy 1993 was a big success. The piano version of "Possession" from her Nettwerk appearance on the first Due South soundtrack in 1996 was included. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy was McLachlan's international breakthrough over the next two years, with charts in a number of countries.

McLachlan, the singer of Fumbling Towards Ecstasy, has been back in 1997 with Surfacing, her best-selling album to date. She received two Grammy Awards, one for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (for "Building a Mystery") and one for Best Pop Instrumental Performance (for "Last Dance"), as well as four Juno Awards, including Album of the Year and Songwriter of the Year for "Building a Mystery." The album has since sold over 16 million copies worldwide and has boosted her international success, debuting at number one on the Canadian Albums Chart and number two on the US Billboard 200. McLachlan, who appeared on the album, also appeared on the album's cover, launching the extremely popular Lilith Fair tour. Her album "Angel" — inspired by Smashing Pumpkins touring keyboardist Jonathan Melvoin's death — has seen sales soar. In Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Season 2 finale, one of Surfacing's "Full of Grace," one of the songs "Becoming (Part II)" and Dawson's Creek's Season 1 episode 4 "Discovery," one of the Surfacing's "Full of Grace" is included.

Darryl McDaniels, a fellow adoptee, was so moved by "Angel" that it inspired him to reassess his life and work. McLachlan cites McLachlan's album Surfacing (on which "Angel" appeared) with saving his life. They have worked on several initiatives to promote the rights of adoptees.

McLachlan released Mirrorball, a live album in 1999. The album's singles included a new live version of her earlier song "I Will Remember You," a studio recording of which had previously been released on The Brothers McMullen album, as well as Rarities, B-Sides, and Other Stuff. The album was released as a single twice, once in 1995, where it reached No. 1 in the United States. On the US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 66, there is a 65th spot on the Hot 100 and No. 68. In Canada, tenth of the nation's highest ranking in 1999 and then at No. ten in 1999. 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 respectively. In Canada, there are ten out of ten. In 1999, McLachlan received her third Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (for "I Will Remember You").

"Angel" was featured in the motion picture City of Angels in 1998. According to Billboard's Billboard charts, the soundtrack debuted at number one. The soundtrack remained solidly embedded in Billboard's top 40 albums more than five months after the film was withdrawn from the theatres for more than five months.

On the Toy Story 2 soundtrack, McLachlan performed Randy Newman's "When She Loved Me" in 1999. In 2000, this song was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, and McLachlan performed it at the awards ceremony, but she didn't win.

With her 2003 album collection "Afterglow," which contained the singles "Fallen," "Stupid," and "World On Fire," McLachlan returned to public life and touring. McLachlan contributed all but $15 of the $150,000 budget to various charities around the world rather than shooting a traditional music video for "World On Fire" and then used the video to explain how the funds were used to benefit the communities that were not affected by the film. The album debuted on Canada and the United States, as Surfacing did.

Afterglow Live, a live album, was released in late 2004. The CD contained several songs from a full-length concert, which was also included on a DVD, as well as three Afterglow music videos.

Darryl "D.M.C." in 2004 Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels, a man who owes McLachlan's music for lifting him from a period of depression, spoke open on NPR's "Angel" dated September 9, 2014, inviting her to join him on a track from his solo album. Despite the fact that the album wasn't released until early 2006, remixes of the song "Just Like Me" were included on a number of compilations in 2005.

McLachlan's Wintersong, a Christmas album, was released in October 2006. The album featured 11 new songs, including covers of Joni Mitchell's "River," Gordon Lightfoot's "Song for a Winter's Night," and John Lennon's "War Is Over)"; "Good Night, First Noel"; and "What Child Is This? Among others, there are others who disagreed with the naming of "Faited" as a result. McLachlan's creation appears on the title track.

Wintersong debuted at No. 1 on the charts, gaining the No. 1 spot. The week ending November 4, 2006, Billboard 200 album chart No. 42. It reached its high point at No. 98. 7. To date, the album has sold over 1.1 million copies worldwide. It has been named Platinum in the United States and 2 Platinum in Canada, where it became her third straight album to reach number one.

Both a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category and a Juno Award for Best Pop Vocal Album of the Year have been nominated for Wintersong's Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category, as well as a the Juno Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album of the Year.

Mirrorball: The Complete Concert was re-released on October 3, 2006. Two discs were compiled from two concerts that were held on consecutive nights in April 1998 at the Rose Garden arena in Portland, Oregon.

Rarities, B-Sides, and Other Stuff Volume 2 was published on April 29, 2008. McLachlan's latest editions of "River" and Dave Stewart's "Ordinary Miracle" are among Joni Mitchell's "Reality Miracle" and Dave Stewart's "Ordinary Miracle" as well as many others' collaborations throughout her career with the Perishers, Cyndi Lauper, and Bryan Adams, among others, are among her tracks.

The 15th anniversary three-disc version of Fumbling Towards Ecstasy was released on August 5, 2008. The set includes the original remastered album, The Freedom Sessions, and a DVD that includes live performances, music videos, and more. Legacy Recordings released the album.

On October 7, 2008, McLachlan's Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan's is the best hits album to date. "U Want Me 2," a mid-tempo contemplative love song on the iTunes Store, was released as a digital single on August 12, 2008, as well as a video preview. McLachlan claimed that the song was inspired by her marriage's dissolution, which she revealed in September 2008 when she first appeared on the radio in September 2008. On February 3, 2009, the second and last single on the album, "Don't Give Up On Us," was the second and final single. Both singles were subsequently included on her next album, Laws of Illusion.

On September 29, 2009, a single, "One Dream," was released, and was Vancouver's official theme song during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Laws of Illusion, McLachlan's first studio album of original material in nearly seven years, was released on June 15, 2010. "Illusion is a kindly, enveloping sound that Ms. McLachlan has long used to summon emotion and sympathy laced with melancholy," says New York Times music critic John Pareles. However, this is now encompassing a new anguish, which is more apparent and sharper than what she predicted when she arrived at Afterglow in 2003. In comparison to the previously released songs "U Want Me 2" and "Don't Give Up On Us," as well as other bonus tracks, it includes ten new songs. On May 26, 2010, audio and video versions of the tracks and bonus materials were available in the iTunes Store and on for listening and viewing. On June 27, 2010, Lilith Fair played in Calgary, Alberta. McLachlan appeared on the WNYC-produced radio show Soundcheck in anticipation of the album and the tour. McLachlan talked to host John Schaefer about the last ten years of her life and how she has changed, particularly as a working mother of two.

McLachlan revealed the debut of Shine On, her second studio album that was inspired by her father's death in late January 2014. It was her first release on Verve Records after leaving Nettwerk/Arista after more than twenty years. On May 6, 2014, the album was released.

In March 2014, McLachlan announced a tour date for a Shine On Tour around the United States, which started in Seattle on June 20, 2014. The tour included 30 cities all together. In 21 towns, there were 25 shows on the Canadian leg of the tour.

Shine On debuted at No. 14 on May 14, 2014. With 42,000 copies, it is number 4 on the US Billboard charts.

McLachlan received a Juno for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year in March 2015 for Shine On.

McLachlan released Wonderland, her ninth studio album and second Christmas album on October 21, 2016. Wonderland has 13 traditional and contemporary holiday classics.

McLachlan appeared in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 24 as well as NBC's annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center on November 30. Live with Kelly, she appeared on ABC's CMA Country Christmas Special on November 28, as well as on ABC's CMA Country Christmas Special. On December 8, and Harry TV on December 16, there were two children on December 8 and 16.

In December 2016, McLachlan performed "The Long Goodbye."

McLachlan was announced as the host of the Juno Awards of 2019.

McLachlan revealed in a February 2019 interview that she was going to debut "Wilderness" as her then-current tour began.


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