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But Mc Lachlan said Courtnall doesn’t fit the stereotype. “He’s gone through a ton of stuff, and to his credit, has really come out the other side. He had a really tough time, and he came through it.
He’s worked really hard and has really come into his own as a spiritual human being. He’s such a strong guy.” Although much of “Shine On” reflects the positive turn in Mc Lachlan’s love life, a few songs (“Broken Heart” and most obviously “Song For My Father”) touch on her adoptive father, Jack, who died in 2010. But the point was, if I ever needed it, he would be there in a second,” she said. But not with my dad, he was just solid.” Musically, the album will sound familiar to fans who have followed Mc Lachlan since she came onto the American music scene with her 1991 album, “Solace.” It was her next album, 1993’s “Fumbling Towards Ecstasy,” that introduced her to the masses with hit singles such as “Possession” and “Good Enough.” She hit a new peak with 1997’s “Surfacing,” which included the hits “Building a Mystery” and “Angel,” and enabled her to launch her ground-breaking all-female festival tour, Lilith Fair.
But because these are “evening-with” performances that will feature upwards of 30 songs, there will also be time for hits and fan favorites.
She has special plans for the staging this time out.
“Coming to terms with the fact that my marriage was a failure was devastating and very difficult,” she tells magazine. It took me a very long time to get over it.” Mc Lachlan divorced Ashwin Sood, who was also her drummer, in 2008 after 11 years of marriage.
Their characters on the TV show "7th Heaven" were married, though. “So when it happened, it sort of, it informed everything. And ‘Flesh and Blood,’ it’s pretty obvious what that’s about. “The possibility of falling in love again, it just seemed such a foreign concept to me,” she said. So it became like (the song) ‘Brink of Destruction,’ for instance, became about the possibility of it. “When I started writing this record, over three years ago, I started writing some of the same songs over again, lyrically,” she said. Courtnall came into Mc Lachlan’s life when he attended a fundraiser she held for the Sarah Mc Lachlan School of Music in Vancouver, B. When Mc Lachlan, 46, got to work on “Shine On,” she had yet to fully move on, and it showed in her lyrics. “I was alone, obviously for over three years, and then I met my, I don’t know what the hell you call it, boyfriend, partner — this guy I’m dating — and all of a sudden, everything sort of opened up for me in a whole new way,” Mc Lachlan said.