Sarah McLachlan

Biography

Sarah McLachlan took the word by storm in the ‘90s. She brought us Lilith Fair (raising $7 million dollars over a three-year period), won three GRAMMYs (Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1998 and 1999 and Best Pop Instrumental in 1998), and sold 22 million records worldwide. On Oct. 7, 2008, she celebrated the 20th anniversary of her multi-platinum record¬ing career with the release of Closer: The Best Of Sarah McLachlan. The artist's first career anthology, Closer contains 13 classic tracks personally selected by Sarah from her award-winning catalog, as well as two newly recorded and previ¬ously unreleased songs, "You Want Me" and "Don't Give Up." The new collection arrives two decades after the release of Touch, the 1988 debut album that paved the way for Sarah's award-winning superstar career.

Sarah McLachlan

Gear List

DC6A
6' 11" Disklavier Mark III Series Full-Function Conservatory Grand

DM1000
Digital Production Console

P250
Digital Piano

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