Sarah mclachlan dating geoff courtnall
Her mother’s disapproval fuelled her to sign a solo contract in 1988—the deal with Nettwerk Records that bound her to the Vancouver-based label for 23 years.
“I had an awful relationship with her then,” she says of her mother, whom she lost to cancer in 2001.
Long-time producer-collaborator Pierre Marchand, who is used to being the only co-pilot on her records, is joined by Matt Morris (Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake), super-producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Michael Bublé), and Luke Doucet, who co-fronts the duo Whitehorse with his wife, Melissa Mc Clelland (both have been in Mc Lachlan’s touring band).
Two of the lead singles— (written with Mc Lachlan’s daughters in mind, 12-year-old India and six-year-old Taja)—come from the Doucet collaboration.
“The relationship I have with Geoff now, it’s like ,” she says, referring to the book by Michael Ondaatje.
“At this point in our lives we’ve gone through loss, so now it’s time to s–t or get off the pot.” So there have been changes.
One of the attendees was former Vancouver Canucks player Geoff Courtnall.
The two ended up chatting about their mutual love of Tofino, B. It was as if they’d been “separated at birth,” Mc Lachlan says.
She says she won’t be putting out a dance or jazz album anytime soon.“All those male anchors went away within four days of each other.” But instead of diving back into the lyrical canon of despair and producing carbon copies of past hits such as , plays up her new-found appreciation for erotic pleasure.The song was encouraged by a powerful romantic relationship in her life.In 2010, in the thick of this new female pop takeover, she decided to emerge and resuscitate Lilith, which was roundly declared a flop. When Mc Lachlan talks about her soon-to-be released studio album, , her eighth, there is a familiar defiance in her tone.“If we’re relying on radio play we’re f–ked,” she says, laughing.