International Vegetarian Union (IVU)
IVU logo

Marie-Lynn Hammond (1948-)

Marie-Lynn Hammond (born August 31, 1948 in Montreal) is a Canadian folk singer-songwriter, broadcaster and playwright. She began her career as a founder of the folk music group Stringband, and later pursued a solo career. Born to a Franco-Ontarian mother and an Anglo-Quebecer father, she is fluently bilingual and writes and performs material in both English and French.

She has been best known as a host of programming on CBC Radio in the 1980s and 1990s, including Dayshift and Musical Friends.

The information about Marie-Lynn's vegetarianism apparently cam from the artist herself, we can find no confirmation online.

To buy Books, CDs or Videos by these celebrities, with commission to vegetarianism, go to:

 


Famous VegetariansBack to the Famous Vegetarians Index