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Catherine MacLellan Origin Summerside, Prince Edward Island Genres Folk Occupations Singer-songwriter Years active 2002–present Associated acts Tanya Davis, Nathan Rogers, Gene MacLellan, Al Tuck, Murray McLauchlan Website Catherine MacLellan Catherine MacLellan is a Canadian folk singer-songwriter, currently based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The daughter of Canadian songwriter Gene MacLellan,[1] she was born and raised in Summerside, Prince Edward Island. She released two albums, 2004's Dark Dream Midnight and 2006's Church Bell Blues, independently before signing to True North Records, which rereleased Church Bell Blues in 2007. She followed up with Water in the Ground in 2009; Dark Dream Midnight was included as a bonus disc with physical copies of that album. She toured Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom throughout 2009 to support the album, including performances on CBC Radio's Canada Live and The Vinyl Cafe. Her album Silhouette was released by True North Records in July 2011. She has also participated in two collaborative "Canadian Songbook" tours: in 2008 with Murray McLauchlan, Stephen Fearing and Paul Quarrington, and in 2009 with McLauchlan, Barney Bentall and Nathan Rogers. In November 2009, she recorded a new song, "Singing Sands", for CBC Radio 2's Great Canadian Song Quest. She was formerly married to singer-songwriter Al Tuck, with whom she has a daughter, Isabel.[2] Contents 1 Discography 2 Awards & achievements 3 References 4 External links Discography Dark Dream Midnight (2004) Church Bell Blues (2006) Water in the Ground (2009) Silhouette (2011) Awards & achievements 2010 East Coast Music Awards Nominations:[3] Female Solo Recording of the Year SOCAN Songwriter of the Year Folk Recording of the Year Winner for Solo Artist of the Year at 2009 Canadian Folk Music Awards[4] #1 Roots Artist on iTunes Canada PEI winner for CBC Radio 2 – Canadian Song Quest Penguin Eggs – New Artist Discovery of the year References ^ "Catherine MacLellan: Canada’s acoustic guitar heroine". Access. ^ "MacLellan on home ground". The Coast, February 26, 2009. ^ "ECMA - ECMA 2010 Music & Industry Award Nominations Announced!". 2009-12-02. Retrieved 2010-05-12.  ^ "2009 Canadian Folk Music Awards: List of winners - The Ampersand". 2009-11-23. Retrieved 2010-05-12.  External links Catherine MacLellan Persondata Name Maclellan, Catherine Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a Canadian singer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e