Gordon Lightfoot: Canadian Singer-Songwriter at The Town Hall
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The last date listed for Gordon Lightfoot was Saturday June 27, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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the band, primarily the drummer, overpowered the sound and we couldn't hear GL for the entire first half. complaints were lodged with the house manager during the first half and at intermission; I was not the only one complaining. As I was leaving at the end, I spoke again to the house manager re the sound problems... he said they had the same problem last year ...WELL WHY THE HELL DIDN'T THEY FIX IT!!!!!
Don't blame GL's voice, for g-d's sake, fix the damn sound system and leave the drummer home !!!!
Gordon Lightfoot first began to gain recognition in the mid-‘60s as a songwriter when his compositions "For Lovin’ Me" and “Early Morning Rain” became hits for Peter, Paul & Mary, and Marty Robbins topped the country charts with “Ribbon of Darkness.” It was not until the start of the ’70s that he became a big success as a solo performer, scoring in 1970 with Sit Down Young Stranger, which contained his hit “If You Could Read My Mind,”. Lightfoot hit a peak in 1974 with Sundown, which went to number one, as did the title song when released on a single. Harmony, his 20th album, was released in May of 2004.