Sarah McLachlan Sarah Ann McLachlan, OC, OBC (born January 28, 1968) is a Canadian musician, singer and songwriter. Throughout her career, she has been known for combining elements of alternative rock with folk music genres. As of 2009 Sarah had sold over 40 million albums worldwide.
McLachlan’s first album, Touch, was released in 1988. She had hits with “Sweet Surrender” and “Building a Mystery”. Her second album, Solace, was released in 1991 and McLachlan achieved mainstream success with the singles “I Will Remember You” and “Angel”. After two more albums, Sarah decided to take a break from music.
Sarah McLachlan returned to music in 1997 with the album Surfacing. The album was a success and included the hit singles “Building a Mystery”, “I Will Remember You”, and “Adia”. Sarah McLachlan’s fifth studio album, Afterglow, was released in 2003 and it became her first number one album on the Billboard 200 chart. Sarah’s most recent album, Laws of Illusion, was released in 2010.