Canadian Morna Anne Murray was born in Springhill, Nova Scotia on June 20, 1945 to become an international recording star selling an estimated sixty million albums in both pop and country music.
After taking piano and vocal lessons in her early life, Anne’s singing career advanced when she became a regular on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation TV show “Singalong Jubilee” in the 1960’s. Her first release on Capitol records, “Snowbird,” leaped on the Hit Parade in the summer of 1970 giving her a gold record. More million selling pop singles would follow, “Danny’s Song,” “You Won’t See Me and “You Needed Me.” “Love Song,” “I Just Fall In Love Again,” “Broken Hearted Me” and “Daydream Believer” each were major pop hits as Anne would also top the country charts with ten #1 crossover hits including, “He Thinks I Still Care,” “Shadows In the Moonlight,” “Could I Have This Dance,” Blessed Are The Believers,” “Just Another Woman In Love,” “Nobody Loves Me Like You Do” and “Now and Forever.”
With appearances on Canadian and American TV shows, Anne became a regular on the top rated Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour as she added four Grammy Awards, three Country Music Association Awards along with several June and American Music Awards.
Continuing to record new albums and performing at sold out concerts, Anne is a resident of Toronto.
Anne Murray was inducted into the Hit Parade Hall of Fame in 2010.
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