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I felt there is a lot of hope in the album, and one of the things my girlfriend said to me was, “You know, I don’t want to just endure, I want to shine.” I looked at her and said that’s it! We want to be seen and we want to be heard — to inspire and be inspired to shine on. It’s probably the single most important validation as an artist, to know something I created has gone out there and generated positive change. There are always ample opportunities to sort through things. I am driven to write because it’s the best way for me to process things that I have a very strong emotional connection with, the things I am angered by, frustrated by or saddened by.Then the Grammy-winning superstar went a step further and invited the young musicians to record an album with her and longtime producer Pierre Marchand.The Lilith Fair concert tours took place from 1997 to 1999, and resumed in the summer of 2010.On May 6, 2014, she released her first album of original music in four years, titled Shine On.The title Shine On is just two words, yet it infers such a positive message of continuous hope. My friend and I were having so many conversations about not only the record, but also the place we were at in our lives. Your music has had a profound affect on many, one being Darryl Mc Daniels of Run-D. C., who was suicidal when he stumbled on your song Angel on his car radio. He bought all of your music and listened to it for a year straight.I was struggling to find a title — a really positive one. How does it make you feel when you hear how deeply your music resonates for so many? I write from an emotional point of view and it’s quite cathartic for me.I started writing it over four years ago, and I did not plan for it to take that long, but making the album was punctuated by a lot of different things slowing me down, derailing it and just distracting me generally.
Mc Lachlan's parents insisted she finish high school and complete one year of studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design before moving to Vancouver and embarking on a new life as a recording artist.It’s like glorified camping for them,” Mc Lachlan says.“We’re in a different city every day, and there are hotels and pools and room service and science museums.” , and has no plans to expand her repertoire to include scat singing or jazz standards when she visits jazz fests. “That would be disingenuous and embarrassing because I suck at it.It’s a refreshing change from the last few turbulent years for the singer — a divorce, the loss of her beloved father and brother, and the severing of ties from both her management and record company of 23 years.“Life is lumpy — you don’t get to this point in your life unscathed,” she says.