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Sarah McLachlan

A singer/songwriter from Canada's East Coast, Sarah McLachlan started singing at the ripe age of four years, and her first musical instrument she learned to play was the ukelele because she was too small to play a full-sized guitar.

McLachlan is a consistent mainstay in the adult alternative genre. Highlight albums include Fumbling Towards Ecstasy, where she details her experiences working with World Vision, a Canadian-sponsored organization that made a documentary that centered on child prostitution, poverty, and famine in countries in Southeast Asia (most notably Cambo ...read more

A singer/songwriter from Canada's East Coast, Sarah McLachlan started singing at the ripe age of four years, and her first musical instrument she learned to play was the ukelele because she was too small to play a full-sized guitar.

McLachlan is a consistent mainstay in the adult alternative genre. Highlight albums include Fumbling Towards Ecstasy, where she details her experiences working with World Vision, a Canadian-sponsored organization that made a documentary that centered on child prostitution, poverty, and famine in countries in Southeast Asia (most notably Cambodia and Thailand), and Surfacing, which is arguably her best album to date, both vocally and instrumentally.

Aside from her music, McLachlan may very well be best known for founding Lilith Fair. As a response to the male-oriented Lollapalooza, Sarah founded Lilith Fair to showcase women's musical achievements. As a result, the tour was a huge success: not just because the female artists could finally meet one another, but also in terms of funds. Lilith Fair raised over $700,000 in 1997, the year of its conception, and in excess of $850,000 the year after. $1.00 from each ticket sold was donated to charity. « hide

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LPs
Shine On
2014

3.3
5 Votes
Laws of Illusion
2010

3.5
24 Votes
Afterglow
2003

3.3
40 Votes
Surfacing
1997

3.9
78 Votes
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
1993

3.9
56 Votes
Solace
1991

3.5
21 Votes
Touch
1988

3.3
16 Votes
EPs
Live Acoustic
2004

3.5
1 Votes
Live Albums
Mirrorball
1999

3
2 Votes
Compilations
Closer-The Best of Sarah McLachlan
2008

3.8
2 Votes
Rarities, B-Sides And Other Stuff, Volume 2
2008

3.5
5 Votes
Wintersong
2006

3.5
9 Votes
Bloom
2005

3.3
3 Votes
Remixed
2003

3.3
7 Votes
Rarities, B-Sides & Other Stuff
1996

4.2
5 Votes
The Freedom Sessions
1994

3
1 Votes

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