Margaret Urlich is a musician born in Auckland, New Zealand. In the 1980s she was vocalist in two successful New Zealand pop bands, Peking Man and When The Cat's Away. In 1989 she released her first solo album.
Margaret Urlich (born in Auckland, New Zealand) is an ARIA Award-winning musician based in New South Wales. Urlich came to Sydney, Australia, in 1988 to pursue her singing career. Her debut solo album, Safety in Numbers, was highly successful winning "Breakthrough Artist - Album" at that year's ARIA Awards, as was the follow-up Chameleon Dreams in 1992. Urlich has been successful Trans-Tasman, selling over 400,000 albums during her career, ranking her as one of New Zealand's most successful recording artists.