Sarah McLachlan's debut album was released in 1988. Her second album was released in 1991. Her third album was released in 1993. It was her third album that made Sarah a target of celebrity stalkers. Uwe Vandrei kept mailing unwanted fan letters which resulted in a restraining order filed directly by Sarah McLachlan. Uwe Vandrei then filed a lawsuit claiming that her song Possession was based on celebrity stalker letters that he mailed her. Uwe Vandrei's lawsuit never reached the courtroom when Uwe Vandrei was found dead from a self afflicted suicide out of misery and sadness that Sarah McLachlan never fell in love with him in 1994. It was her third album that made her rich and famous. However, it was her fourth album in 1997 that made her a force to reckon, It was the year that Sarah McLachlan started the all women music festival the Lilith Fair. She married her drummer Ashwin Sood while on vacation in Jamaica. There were two more Lilith Fair all women music festivals in 1998 and 1999. On April 6, 2002, Sarah McLachlan gave birth to her first and only daughter India Ann Sushil Sood. Sarah McLachlan released her fifth album the next year in 2003 before releasing an album full of Christmas carols three years later on 2006. Ashwin Sood and Sarah McLachlan divorced in September 2008 and her seventh album was released two years later on 2010. The year 2010 was also the year that the fourth Lilith Fair all women music festival was launched. Sarah McLachlan released her latest album in 2014. Sarah McLachlan continues to record music and tour to support her music to this exact moment of time.
Sarah McLachlan and her daughter India Ann Sushil Sood
Sarah McLachlan, Betty Who, Editor-in-Chief of ELLE Robbie Myers and Angel Haze
Sarah McLachlan and Betty Who