Anne Murray released her first album ‘What About Me’ in 1968. She released her second album ‘This Way is My Way’ in 1969. The same year She also recorded the song ‘Snowbird’ by the Canadian songwriter Gene MacLellan.
The song became a No.1 hit in Canada. Also, the song hit on the U.S chart. It also reached the No 8 position on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1970. she earned a gold record for the song. She became in demand for appearing on several television channels in Canada and the United States.
Anne had recorded several songs that charted both pop and country music. She gave several hit songs in the 1970s and 80s. Danny’s Song, A Love Song, and He Thinks I Still Care are some of her hits songs. She has also covered The Beatles songs like You Won’t See Me, You Needed Me, I Just Fall in Love Again, Shadows in the Moonlight and Broken Hearted Me which got the biggest hit.
Anne signed with a new manager, Bruce Allen in 1996. She recorded her first live album in 1997. In 1999. she released a platinum inspirational album What a Wonderful World. She also released an album I’ll Be Seeing You which features songs from the early 20th century through to the mid-1940s.
Murray joined Canadian music stars on December 26, 2004. She performed a three-hour tsunami relief concert with a community ‘Asia Telethon’.
She released her album ‘Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends’ in November 2007 in Canada. Anne released the song in the U.S. in January 2008.In July 2008 Murray’s album What a Wonderful World was re-released. The same year she released A new Christmas album, titled Anne ‘Murray’s Christmas Album’.She appeared as a mentor on the popular TV program Canadian Idol on August 25, 2008. Anne Murray released her autobiography titled ‘All of Me’ in the year 2009.
As regards Anne’s awards, she won four Grammys, three American Music Awards, three CMA Awards, and a record 24 Juno Aw
In the year 1995, she received Lifetime Artistic Achievement Governor General’s Performing Arts Award’. In the year 2002, she was ranked No 24 on Country Music Television’s 40 Greatest Women of Country Music.
She received the ‘Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame’ in the year 2006. Mount Saint Vincent University was granted an honorary degree On May 20, 2016. Bio