Sarah McLachlan

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy 30th Anniversary Tour with Feist

Sarah McLachlan‘s tender and lyrical singer/songwriter pop has won her a dedicated following over the years since the Nova Scotia native emerged in 1988 with her Canadian platinum, U.S. gold-certified debut, Touch. Following a successful self-booked tour with Paula Cole in 1996, McLachlan co-founded the touring festival Lilith Fair with the purpose of billing female musicians back-to-back, something of an anomaly for concert promoters at the time. Featuring the likes of Sheryl Crow, Tracy Chapman, Jewel, Fiona Apple, Emmylou Harris, and many more, the inaugural Lilith Fair was the top-grossing festival tour of 1997, and its three-year run more than proved the commercial drawing potential of female artists. During that stretch in the late ’90s, McLachlan had two U.S. Top Five hits in “Adia” and “Angel,” both from her Canadian chart-topping, U.S. number two Surfacing, her fourth studio LP. Meanwhile, two of three Grammys came courtesy of the hits “Building a Mystery” and live version of “I Will Remember You.” Her Top Ten streak in North America continued with albums like 2003’s Afterglow, 2006’s Wintersong, and 2014’s Shine On. Following the Juno-winning, Grammy-nominated Christmas album Wonderland in 2016, McLachlan was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2017. –

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  • Tuesday, Jul 02, 2024 , 6:00 pm

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