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48 Star Starred
The Town Hall
123 West 43rd Street New York City, NY 10036
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3.5 / 5 Rated by 2 members
Review from TLewis

Had a fantastic time at the Gordon Lightfoot show. His voice still sounds great, and he had a talented band full of excellent players. It was a beautiful show.

reviewed Jun 27 2009 report as inappropriate
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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.

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