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Nova Scotia-born Anne Murray never gave up on music. After she was turned down for a spot on a national TV show called Singalong Jubilee, she received a call from the show's producer two years later. He offered her a chance to make records. Soon, she found herself with a million-selling single in 1970, "Snowbird." A cover of Gordon Lightfoot's "Cotton Jenny" in early 1972 peaked at number 11, while its follow-up, "Danny's Song," became a Top Ten hit on both the pop charts in early 1973. She returned to the Top Ten early in 1974 with "Love Song." The single was followed by two Top Ten country hits -- the number one "He Thinks I Still Care" and "Son of a Rotten Gambler." Murray entered her period of greatest commercial success in 1978, as a cover of "Walk Right Back" climbed to number four on the country charts, followed shortly afterward by "You Need Me, which reached number four on the country charts and topped the pop charts. For the next eight years, she had a virtually uninterrupted string of Top Ten country hits, highlighted by nine number one hits: "I Just Fall in Love Again" (1979), "Shadows in the Moonlight" (1979), "Broken Hearted Me" (1979), "Could I Have This Dance" (1980), "Blessed Are the Believers" (1981), "A Little Good News" (1983), "Just Another Woman in Love" (1984), "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" (1984) and "Now and Forever (You and Me)" (1986). Murray continued to record, and she released Icon: Christmas in 2014. Murray maintains a dedicated following and tours the world often.


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