Anne Murray CC ONS (born June 20, 1945), known professionally as
Anne Murray, is a Canadian singer in pop, country, and adult
contemporary music whose albums have sold over 55 million copies
Murray was the first Canadian female solo singer to reach No. 1
on the U.S. charts, and also the first to earn a Gold record for one
of her signature songs, "Snowbird" (1970). She is often cited as
the one who paved the way for other international Canadian success
stories such as k.d. lang, Céline Dion, and Shania Twain. She
is also the first woman and the first Canadian to win "Album of the
Year" at the 1984
Country Music Association Awards for her Gold-plus
1983 album A Little Good News.
Murray has received four Grammys, a record 24 Junos, three American
Music Awards, three Country Music Association Awards, and three
Canadian Country Music Association Awards. She has been inducted into
the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, the Juno Hall of Fame, The
Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Canadian Broadcast Hall of
Fame. She is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame Walkway of
Stars in Nashville, and has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Los Angeles and on Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto.
In 2011, Billboard ranked her 10th on their list of the 50 Biggest
Adult Contemporary Artists Ever.
1 Early life
2.1 Early years
2.3 1990s to present
3 Personal life
3.1 Marriage and children
5 Awards and honours
7 Further reading
8 External links
Anne Murray was born in the coal-mining town of Springhill, Nova
Scotia. Her father, James Carson Murray, was the town doctor. Her
mother, Marion Margaret (née Burke) Murray, was a registered nurse
who focused her life on raising her family and community charity work.
Murray has five brothers. Murray's father died in 1980 at the age of
72 from complications from leukemia. Her mother died April 10, 2006,
at the age of 92 after suffering a series of strokes during heart
After expressing an early interest in music, she studied piano for six
years. By 15 she was taking voice lessons. Every Saturday morning, she
took a bus ride from Springhill to Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, for
singing lessons. One of her earliest performances was of the song "Ave
Maria" at her high school graduation in 1962. Following high
school, Murray attended
Mount Saint Vincent University
Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax for
one year. She later studied Physical Education at University of New
Brunswick in Fredericton. After receiving her degree in 1966 she
taught physical education at a high school in Summerside, Prince
Edward Island, for one year.
In 1965, Murray appeared on the
University of New Brunswick
University of New Brunswick student
project record "The Groove" (500 pressed). She sang two songs on the
record – "Unchained Melody" and "Little Bit of Soap". On the label
her name was misspelled "Anne Murry". While there, she was
encouraged to audition for the 1960s CBC musical variety television
show Singalong Jubilee, but was not offered a singing position. Two
years later she received a call from
Singalong Jubilee co-host and
associate producer Bill Langstroth, and was asked to return for a
second audition. Following that second audition, Murray was cast for
After a summer of singing in local venues across the Maritimes, Murray
began teaching physical education at the high school in Summerside,
Prince Edward Island. After one year of teaching, she was offered a
spot on the television show Let's Go, and returned to Singalong
Jubilee. As a regular member of the "Singalong Jubilee" cast, Murray
appeared on the
Singalong Jubilee Vol. III soundtrack and Our Family
Album – The
Singalong Jubilee Cast records released by Arc Records.
The show's musical director, Brian Ahern, advised Murray that she
should move to
Toronto and record a solo album. Her first album, What
About Me, was produced by Ahern in
Toronto and released in 1968 on the
Anne Murray's debut album was on the Canadian Arc label, titled What
About Me (Arc AS 782). The lead single, the title cut, was written by
Scott McKenzie and was a sizable Canadian radio hit. The project was
produced by Brian Ahern, and covered songs by Joni Mitchell, Ken
Tobias, and John Denver. After a year-long stint on Arc, Murray
Capitol Records in 1969 to record her second album, This
Way Is My Way, which was released in the fall of 1969. It featured the
single that launched her career, "Snowbird", which became a No. 1
hit in Canada. "Snowbird" became a surprise hit on the U.S. charts as
well, reaching No. 8 on the
Billboard Hot 100
Billboard Hot 100 in 1970. It was
also the first of her eight No. 1
Adult Contemporary hits.
"Snowbird" was the first Gold record ever given to a Canadian artist
in the United States (RIAA certified Gold on November 16,
1970). As one of the most successful female artists at that
time, she became in demand for several television appearances in
Canada and the United States, eventually becoming a regular on the hit
U.S. television series The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour.
After the success of "Snowbird", she had a number of subsequent
singles that charted both pop and country simultaneously. During the
1970s and 1980s, her hits included Kenny Loggins's "Danny's Song"
(1972) (peaked at No. 7 on the Hot 100) and "A Love Song" (1973);
"He Thinks I Still Care" and her Top 10 cover of The Beatles' "You
Won't See Me" (1974); her all-time biggest Hot 100 hit "You Needed Me"
(1978) — though, the biggest hit of her career (and her personal
favorite) peaked at No. 4 country and No. 3 AC; "I Just Fall
in Love Again", "Shadows in the Moonlight", and "Broken Hearted Me"
(1979); her remake of The Beatles' "I'm Happy Just to Dance With You"
(1980), which hit #64 on the Hot 100 and #23 on the Country chart; her
revival of The Monkees' 1967 No. 1 hit "Daydream Believer" and
"Could I Have This Dance" from the
Urban Cowboy motion picture
soundtrack (1980); "Blessed Are the Believers" (1981); "Another
Sleepless Night" (1982); "A Little Good News" (1983); 1984's "Just
Another Woman in Love" and "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" (a duet with
Dave Loggins of 1974's "Please Come to Boston" fame and cousin of
Kenny Loggins); and "Time, Don't Run Out On Me" (1985).
She performed "O Canada" at the first
American League baseball game
played in Canada on April 7, 1977, when the
Toronto Blue Jays played
Chicago White Sox
Chicago White Sox at Exhibition Stadium. She reprised the
Canadian national anthem prior to Game 3 of the
1992 World Series
1992 World Series at
the SkyDome. Following the last game at Maple Leaf Gardens, she
concluded the arena's closing ceremony by singing "The Maple Leaf
Forever" at center ice wearing a
Toronto Maple Leafs jersey.
Murray was a celebrity corporate spokeswoman for The Bay, and she also
did commercials and sang the company jingle ("You Can Count on the
Commerce") for the
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC).
Murray's last Hot 100 hit was "Now and Forever (You and Me)" from
1986; it also was her last No. 1 on both the American and
Canadian country chart. Her last charting single in the U.S. was
1991's "Everyday", which appeared in Billboard's Country Singles
chart, and her last charting single in Canada was 2000's "What a
1990s to present
In 1996, Murray signed on with a new manager, Bruce Allen. She
recorded her first live album in 1997 and in 1999, she released What a
Wonderful World, a platinum inspirational album, which went to
No. 1 Contemporary Christian, No. 4 Country and No. 38
pop. She released
Country Croonin' in 2002, the follow-up to her
successful 1993 album, Croonin'. In 2004, she released I'll Be Seeing
You in Canada only, which features a collection of songs from the
early 20th century through to the mid-1940s. The American version,
titled All of Me, features a bonus disc containing many of her hit
singles, followed in 2005. The album is dedicated to her friend
Cynthia McReynolds who died of cancer.
On December 26, 2004, Murray joined other Canadian music stars in the
Canada for Asia Telethon, a three-hour, tsunami relief concert
broadcast on CBC Television (January 13, 2005) to support CARE
Bryan Adams and Murray closed the show with a duet,
"What Would It Take".
Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends was released in November 2007
in Canada and January 2008 in the U.S. The album comprised seventeen
tracks that included many of Murray's biggest hits over her
four-decade career, re-recorded as duets with other established,
rising, and – in one case – deceased female singers. These artists
included Céline Dion, Shania Twain, k.d. lang, Nelly Furtado, Jann
Arden, Québec's Isabelle Boulay, Murray's daughter Dawn Langstroth,
Olivia Newton-John, Emmylou Harris, Martina McBride, Shelby Lynne, Amy
Grant, Carole King, the Indigo Girls, Irish sextet Celtic Woman, Dusty
Springfield, and Sarah Brightman. The duet with soprano Brightman was
of her 1970 hit song, "Snowbird".
Anne Murray Duets: Friends and Legends was recorded in four cities –
Toronto, Nashville, New York and Los Angeles. According to Billboard
magazine, the album reached No. 2 on the Canadian pop album
charts and was certified Double Platinum in Canada after merely two
months, representing sales of over 200,000 units. The album was the
second-highest debuting CD on the
Billboard Top 200
Billboard Top 200 albums chart for
the week ending February 2, 2008. It entered the chart at No. 42,
making it her highest-charting U.S. CD release since 1999's What a
Wonderful World, which peaked at No. 38 on the Top 200 and was
certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America
(RIAA). Also for the week ending February 2, 2008, the CD debuted
at No. 8 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and at
No. 3 on its Top Internet Albums chart. Murray was nominated
for the 2008
Juno Award for Album of the Year and Pop Album of the
Murray (third from left) was one of 8 notable Canadians to carry the
Olympic Flag at the 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremonies
What a Wonderful World
What a Wonderful World was re-released in July 2008 in
North America as a 14-song package. A new Christmas album, titled Anne
Murray's Christmas Album with bonus DVD was released in October 2008.
Sony BMG Music also released an
Elvis Presley Christmas album, titled
Christmas Duets, on October 14, 2008 featuring a virtual duet of
"Silver Bells" with Murray.[page needed]
On October 10, 2007, Murray announced that she would embark on her
final major tour. She toured in February and March 2008 in the U.S. on
the "Coast-to-Coast – One Last Time" tour followed by a run in April
and May in Canada. Murray's final public concert was held at
the Sony Centre in
Toronto on May 23, 2008.
On August 25, 2008, Murray appeared on the popular TV program Canadian
Idol as a mentor. On February 12, 2010, Murray was one of the
eight Canadians who carried the Olympic flag during the opening
ceremonies of the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
Murray has had five highly rated U.S. specials on CBS (over 40 million
viewers each) and several Canadian specials on CBC including Anne
Murray in Nova Scotia, Intimate Evening with Anne Murray, Anne Murray
Anne Murray Christmas, Legends & Friends, Greatest
Hits II, What A Wonderful World, Ladies Night Show,
Anne Murray in
Walt Disney World and Anne Murray's Classic Christmas. Her 2008
television special, Family Christmas, garnered a 43 per cent share on
CBC with 4.2 million viewers.
She has appeared on Solid Gold, Sesame Street, The Muppet Show, Family
Guy, Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson,
Dean Martin Summer Show, Singalong Jubilee, Dinah!, The Today Show,
Dolly!, The Mike Douglas Show, Christmas in Washington, Boston Pops,
The Helen Reddy Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, 20/20, CNN, Perry Como's
Christmas in New Mexico, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, Night of a
100 Stars, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, The Pat Sajak Show, Royal
Canadian Air Farce and Good Morning America. Her 2005 CBC special Anne
Murray: The Music of My Life broke ratings records for a Thursday
night, with more than 7 million Canadian viewers tuned in. Also, on
ABC-TV's "American Bandstand," and on regional US dance/variety
In 2009, Murray released her autobiography, All of Me, and embarked on
a 15-city book signing tour, starting in Nashville on October 27,
2009, and ending in
Ottawa on November 24, 2009. The tour also
included a special In Conversation interview with Michael Posner at
the International Festival of Authors in
Toronto on October 30,
Marriage and children
Murray married Bill Langstroth, music producer and longtime host of
Singalong Jubilee, in 1975. They have two children – William
(born 1976) and Dawn (born 1979), a singer-songwriter and artist who
has recorded with her mother a number of times, including the duet
"Let There Be Love" in 1999 for Murray's
What a Wonderful World
What a Wonderful World album.
Murray and Dawn were featured in a mother-daughter duet of "Nobody
Loves Me Like You Do" on Murray's hit 2008 U.S. CD (released in late
2007 in Canada),
Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends. Murray and
Langstroth separated in 1997 and divorced the following year.
Langstroth died in May 2013.
In January 1998, Anne and Dawn performed at a benefit concert for
Sheena's Place, an eating disorder treatment center in Toronto. Both
have spoken publicly about Dawn's struggle with anorexia nervosa,
which developed when she was 10 years old. Dawn has since sought
treatment and continues to pursue a career in music.
Anne Murray Centre in Springhill, Nova Scotia
Murray has always kept ties with her hometown, Springhill, Nova
Scotia, located about an hour east of Moncton, New Brunswick, and two
hours north of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The
Anne Murray Centre, located
in Springhill, opened on July 28, 1989 and houses a collection of
memorabilia from both her personal life and professional career in a
series of displays. A registered Canadian charity, the centre aims to
foster tourism in the area and promote awareness of the music of Nova
Scotia and Canada. All the revenue generated from its operation is
used to provide employment for local people and for its ongoing
Murray was involved in the construction of the Dr. Carson and Marion
Murray Community Centre in Springhill, Nova Scotia. She served as the
honorary chair of the fundraising campaign to replace the town arena
that collapsed after a peewee hockey game in 2002. Named for her
parents, the Dr. Carson and Marion Murray Community Centre sports an
NHL-size ice sheet with seating for 800 people, a walking track,
multi-purpose room, community room with seating for up to 300, and a
gym. The Dr. Carson and Marion Murray Community Centre has become an
integral part of the Springhill community since opening on September
Murray has also been involved in a variety of charitable
organizations. In addition to being the Honorary National Chairperson
of the Canadian Save The Children Fund, she has served as a
spokeswoman for many charities throughout her career – most recently
Colon Cancer Canada. On May 20, 2009, Colon Cancer Canada launched the
Anne Murray Charity Golf Classic. Over $150,000 was raised
through the event.
Murray has been a public supporter of Canadian environmentalist and
geneticist David Suzuki's Nature Challenge.
A longtime golf enthusiast, Murray made history in October 2003 at the
Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, New York, by becoming the
first woman to score a hole-in-one on the 108-yard, par 3, 17th hole
at the Kaluhyat Golf Club. On May 11, 2007, Golf For Women
magazine named Murray the world's best female celebrity golfer, noting
her 11 handicap.
Anne Murray discography
Since 1968, Murray has had 32 studio albums and 15 compilation albums.
Awards and honours
Main article: List of awards received by Anne Murray
Anne Murray is the winner of four Grammys (including one in the pop
category), three American Music Awards, three CMA Awards, and a record
24 Juno Awards.
In 1995, Murray received a Governor General's Performing Arts Award
for Lifetime Artistic Achievement, Canada's highest honour in the
Murray was ranked No. 24 in Country Music Television's 40
Greatest Women of Country Music in 2002.
Murray is a Companion of the Order of Canada, the second highest
honour that can be awarded to a Canadian civilian. She was a recipient
Order of Nova Scotia
Order of Nova Scotia in its inaugural year.
In 2006, the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame chose her and Leonard
Cohen as recipients of the Legacy Award for their contributions to and
support of the Canadian songwriting industry. Murray was recognized
for her support of Canada's songwriters, through her performances and
On June 29, 2007, Canada Post issued the limited edition Anne Murray
stamp. She was recognized along with three other Canadian recording
artists: Paul Anka, Gordon Lightfoot, and Joni Mitchell.
On May 20, 2016,
Anne Murray was granted an honorary degree by Mount
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What About Me
This Way Is My Way
Honey, Wheat and Laughter
Straight, Clean and Simple
Talk It Over in the Morning
Anne Murray / Glen Campbell
Highly Prized Possession
Keeping In Touch
There's a Hippo in My Tub
Let's Keep It That Way
New Kind of Feeling
I'll Always Love You
Where Do You Go When You Dream
The Hottest Night of the Year
A Little Good News
Heart over Mind
As I Am
Yes I Do
What a Wonderful World
I'll Be Seeing You
Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends
Anne Murray Christmas
The Season Will Never Grow Old
Best of the Season
My Christmas Favorites
What a Wonderful Christmas
Anne Murray's Christmas Album
A Country Collection
Anne Murray's Greatest Hits
Songs of the Heart
Greatest Hits Volume II
From Springhill to the World
The Very Best of Anne Murray
15 of the Best
Her Greatest Hits and Finest Performances
Now & Forever
The Best… So Far
An Intimate Evening with Anne Murray
All of Me
10 Great Songs: Inspirational Classics
No. 1 singles
"Sing High, Sing Low"
"A Stranger in My Place"
"It Takes Time"
Talk It Over in the Morning"
"I Say a Little Prayer/By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
"What About Me"
"A Love Song"
"He Thinks I Still Care"
"Son of a Rotten Gambler"
"You Won't See Me"
"You Needed Me"
"I Just Fall in Love Again"
"Shadows in the Moonlight"
"Broken Hearted Me"
"I'm Happy Just to Dance with You"
"Could I Have This Dance"
"Blessed Are the Believers"
"We Don't Have to Hold Out"
"It's All I Can Do"
"Another Sleepless Night"
"Somebody's Always Saying Goodbye"
"A Little Good News"
"Just Another Woman in Love"
"Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" (with Dave Loggins)
"Time Don't Run Out on Me"
"Now and Forever (You and Me)"
"Put Your Hand in the Hand"
"Robbie's Song for Jesus"
"Everything's Been Changed"
"Send a Little Love My Way"
"Just One Look"
"Walk Right Back"
"That's Not the Way (It's S'posed to Be)"
"I Don't Think I'm Ready for You"
"Who's Leaving Who"
"Are You Still in Love with Me"
"Anyone Can Do the Heartbreak"
"If I Ever Fall in Love Again" (with Kenny Rogers)
"Feed This Fire"
"I Can See Arkansas"
"Make Love to Me"
"The Wayward Wind"
"Born to Be with You"
"That's What My Love Is For"
"That's the Way It Goes"
"What a Wonderful World"
"Tears Are Not Enough"
Juno Award for Album of the Year (1980–1999)
Anne Murray – New Kind of Feeling
Anne Murray – Anne Murray's Greatest Hits
Loverboy – Loverboy
Loverboy – Get Lucky
Bryan Adams – Cuts Like a Knife
Bryan Adams – Reckless
Glass Tiger – The Thin Red Line
Kim Mitchell – Shakin' Like a Human Being
1988: no award ceremony held
Robbie Robertson – Robbie Robertson
Alannah Myles – Alannah Myles
Celine Dion – Unison
Tom Cochrane – Mad Mad World
1993: k.d. lang – Ingénue
Neil Young – Harvest Moon
Celine Dion – The Colour of My Love
Alanis Morissette – Jagged Little Pill
The Tragically Hip
The Tragically Hip – Trouble at the Henhouse
Sarah McLachlan – Surfacing
Celine Dion – Let's
Talk About Love
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