Anne Murray

Genres: Christian & Gospel Country & Bluegrass Country / Bluegrass Documentaries Holiday & Seasonal Music Videos & Concerts Pop / Rock Pop / Rock Vocals
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Decades: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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20 June 1946, Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada. Sometimes known as ‘The Singing Sweetheart Of Canada’, Murray graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a degree in physical education, and then spent a year as a teacher. After singing simply for pleasure for a time, in 1964 she was persuaded to audition for Sing Along Jubilee, a regional television show, but was selected instead for the same network’s Let’s Go, hosted by Bill Langstroth (her future husband). Income from a residency on the programme and solo concerts was sufficient for Murray to begin entertaining professionally in a vaguely folk/country rock style, though she could also acquit herself admirably with both R&B and mainstream pop material. Like Linda Ronstadt - seen by some as her US opposite number - she was mainly an interpreter of songs written by others. Issued by Arc Records, What About Me (1968) created sufficient impact to interest Capitol Records, who signed her...

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