INTERVIEW: Sarah McLachlan Talks About Her New Album, Motherhood, Feminism, and More

Some musicians mean more to us than a catchy tune on a hot summer day. Some come into our lives with one album, an album that gets left on repeat for months—even years. We grow and process and change as we listen to the music on the album. And then? A new one comes out a few years later. The artist has grown and changed, and so have we. Rinse, repeat as the years pass, the albums continue to be released, and both artist and self grow and change and mature and feel and live life. Sarah McLachlan is that singer/songwriter for me, and her albums have journeyed with me throughout my life. I was thrilled to get to interview her about her new album, Shine On, motherhood, feminism, and life....more
She's. So. Awesome.more

Taking Social Media to New Levels with Old Spice and Sarah McLachlan

BlogHers are hyper aware of the Old Spice Man. Maria Niles is trying to get him to come to BlogHer10 in New York. She's even appealing to him on Twitter, which is where he's been hanging out lately. ...more

However, I think there's so much creativity in what they've accomplished that there's a lot to ...more

Lilith Fair Returns! 2010 Lineup & Cities Announced!

In case you haven't heard, or don't know, Sarah McLachlan is restarting Lilith Fair! This all-female tour began in 1997 and went until 1999. It wasn't the first tour of its kind (Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, Riot Grrrl's LadyFest, ect), yet, it was the most visible and monetarily successful all-female tour in history. It reached over 1.5 million fans in and raised over $10 million dollars for various charities. Sarah began the tour out of need for female artists to gain more exposure and just plain old R-E-S-P-E-C-T. At the time, it was radio station policy not to play female artists back-to-back. The assumption was that most radio listeners were male, and wouldn't want to hear those whiney females singing about babies and broken hearts and all that girly stuff. **Rolls eyes** ...more
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