Gordon Lightfoot Toronto Tickets
The internationally acclaimed folk rock singer, Gordon Lightfoot can be described as the Bob Dylan of Canada. After celebrating 50 years in the music industry on his Carefree Highway Tour last year, Lightfoot is back once again and is returning to Toronto this time for yet another concert. Fans can catch a live performance by the legend live as he comes to the Massey Hall, the very venue where he had performed the first two sold-out concerts of his musical career. Gordon Lightfoot Toronto tickets are on sale and can be bought in advance. Don’t miss the event if you are a Lightfoot fan.
Gordon Lightfoot is a legendary singer and songwriter from Canada who was one of those who defined pop-rock in 60s. Lightfoot is five times Grammy nominee, Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee and sixteen times Juno Awards winner. In Canada, he is hailed as one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Lightfoot is an internationally acclaimed folk-rock legend who has been active in the music industry since 1958. He debuted in 1966 with the release of “Lightfoot!”
In his career spanning five decades, Lightfoot has released nineteen studio albums, one live album and fourteen compilation albums. To this day, he has sold more than seven million records worldwide. Among his U.S Country and Adult Contemporary chart hits are “Early Morning Rain,” “Ribbon of Darkness,” “If You Could Read My Mind,” “Carefree Highway,” “Rainy Day People,”“Sundown,” and “Steel Rail Blues.” Lightfoot’s latest studio album was “All Live”, which was released in 2012.
Since his first ever sold-out concert performance at Massey Hall in 1967, Lightfoot has been touring regularly. The Canadian folk icon has made Massey Hall a tradition and each of his tour ends there. On his upcoming cross-Canadian tour, Lightfoot will reach Massey Hall for a four-night run which will mark the end of his 2014 tour. To catch this legendary singer perform the best of his songs there; get your hands on the Gordon Lightfoot Toronto tickets without any delay.