Jun 10, 2021
By Andy Johnson
Zoomer Music legend Murray McLauchlin says he challenged himself to look within for issues pertaining to systemic racism, white privilege and economic disparity for his 20th album “Hourglass”.
Hourglass is a collection of songs that McLauchlan wrote to address the shocking events of the recent past and the ongoing trajectory of a troubled world as well as the sweetness of life itself.
The 72 year old singer songwriter is a Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, a member of the Order of Canada and an 11-time Juno Award winner.
“Hourglass” is to be released July 9th through his long-time record label True North Records.