Dan Hill dropped out of high school to pursue a career in music. In 1978, at the age of 23, he had his first smash hit, “Sometimes When We Touch,” one of the most covered pop songs of all time. His remarkable career includes hit songs in a variety of styles from country to pop to R&B. His awards include a Grammy, five Junos, four platinum and two gold albums. He has written and produced songs for Céline Dion, Alan Jackson and Britney Spears, and has licensed his songs for countless Hollywood movies. Hill recently wrote a cover story for Maclean’s about the trials and tribulations of being the father of a mixed-race teenager. He is a frequent musical guest on Stuart McLean’s cross-country Vinyl Café tours.