Back in the '90s, you couldn't turn on the radio without hearing, "Building a Mystery," "Adia," "Sweet Surrender" and the ever-haunting "Angel" from Sarah's most successful album, “Surfacing” (1997). McLachlan then piggy-backed her success to found the all-female Lilith Fair tour in 1997.
The ballad queen continued to make music as recently as 2010, though never regained her 90s popularity. In 1997, she married her drummer, Ashwin Sood and had 2 two daughters, but divorced in 2008. Philanthropy is important to Sarah today and she’s raised millions for women's charities, AIDS patients and inner-city children.
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Whether you showed off your bra straps and wore track pants like "Just a Girl" singer Gwen Stefani or blasted through a painful breakup screaming Alanis Morissette's mega-hit song "You Outta Know," the '90s produced a trove of hit-makers for everyone to sing along or jump around to. We catch up with some of our favorites and the most famous and where they are today.