Anne Murray Tells It All

Award-winning vocalist Anne Murray is set to release her autobiography, All of Me, Oct. 27.

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The book promises to be a candid retrospective of her life and career. A popular crossover artist, Anne recorded classic singles like "Snowbird," "You Needed Me" and "Could I Have This Dance," which were hits on both the country and pop charts. In the book, Anne traces her career from her childhood in Nova Scotia to her sudden success with "Snowbird" in 1970 and beyond. She also details her bouts with record companies, episodes of stage fright and anxiety and the choices that led to her divorce after 23 years of marriage. "After being on tour for most of my adult life, the time was right to stop and reflect," Anne says. Anne won CMA Awards for Album of the Year, A Little Good News, in 1984 and Vocal Duo of the Year with Dave Loggins in 1985.

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