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Nova Scotian oldtimers always said that the Mc's were Catholic and the Mac's were Protestant.

Whether that's fact or folklore, it doesn't detract from the fact that two of Nova Scotia's best known and superbly talented female entertainers (with Scottish prefixes in their names) are both nominated for Grammys this year.

Sarah McLachlan


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1996, by Mark Van S.

  

Halifax born Sarah McLachlan is no stranger to the Grammy awards; she won "Best Pop Instrumental Performance" and "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" in 1997 and the latter again in 1999.

Sarah's done it once more this year with nominations in two categories.

Her rendition of "When She Loved Me" received a nomination for "Best Song Written for a Motion Picture" (Toy Story 2). The song, written by Randy Newman was also nominated at last year's Academy Awards but didn't win the coveted Oscar.

"There is something about singing under a mirror ball when it's going and the lights are down and that thing's spinning on its axis, shining up the world in its coca-cola moment kind of way." -
Sarah, speaking of "Mirrorball"

A second nomination is shared with Sarah's good friend Sheryl Crow in the Grammy category "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals". The song, "The Difficult Kind" was written by Sheryl Crow for her album, "Live from Central Park".

The 43rd Annual Grammy Awards will be aired on CBS-TV on Wednesday, February 21st 2001 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles at 8pm EST/PST.

Visit Sarah McLachlan's Artist Profile at the 43rd Annual Grammy Award Site

Visit the Official Website:
Sarah McLachlan

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