Review: Gordon Lightfoot at the Palace
A review from Louisville, KY ...
On a night when Louisville hosted two iconic classic rock acts, I felt pretty good about taking in Gordon Lightfoot at the Palace. It's too bad that scheduling put the two concerts opposite one another, as I expect that having the Eagles opening the much-ballyhooed KFC Yum Center poached a fair number of people from Lightfoot's likely crowd. Still, it was a good-sized and enthusiastic audience for one of the best songwriters around.
Published with permission from Zach Everson, Editor-in-chief Louisville.com. Link to story at Louisville.com
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