Anne Murray was born in 1945 in Springhill, Nova Scotia. She is a multiple award-winning Canadian singer in pop, country and adult contemporary music whose albums have sold over 54 million copies. Murray was the first Canadian female solo singer to reach #1 on the U.S. charts, and also the first to earn a Gold record for one of her signature songs, "Snowbird" (1970). She has 4 Grammy awards, 24 Juno awards and 3 American Music awards and more.
Anne Murray - Snow Bird Anne Murray - From "Talk of the town"1973 With"Richard" Holmes and his Orchestra Vocal Backing by Lady Birds Orchestra Directed by Richard Holems The Band Drums: Andy Cree Bass: Skip Beckwith Guitar: Miles Wilkinson Piano: Pat Riccio Jr. Tenor Sax: Don "D.T." Thompson Trombone: Jiro "Butch" Watanabe
Morna Anne Murray born June 20, 1945 is a Country, pop, adult contemporary & soft rock singer from Spinghill, Nova Scotia. Murry was the first female solo singer to reach No.1 on the US charts, gold record for her song Snowbird. She has her own museum called Anne Murry Centre in Spinghill, Nova Scotia.