Here’s yet one more fantastic thing about it no longer being 2020: it’s now the 50th anniversary of the excellent music that premiered in 1971.
Mainstay singer/songwriter/guitarist Dave Wakeling and the band were in fine form in Lowell, whipping through a hit-laden 90-minute set to an enthusiastic crowd.
Journalist Ian Nathan presents Peter Jackson’s trials in bringing Tolkien’s books to film as if he was writing a spy thriller.
Though Al Stewart can’t hit the high notes like he used to, his distinctive, crisp voice is still strong and melodic at 72.
This smaller setting allowed for more casual ease and intimacy between the audience and the band.