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Gord's Gold And On The Road Again

Gord receives gold backstage at Hamilton's FirstOntario Centre with the Linus Entertainment team's Geoff and Brooke Kulawick, and his Canadian tour-bookings manager Bernie Fiedler.

Gord's Gold And On The Road Again

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Ahead of his 80th birthday on November 17, Gordon Lightfoot was presented with a Gold plaque for his 2000 DVD, Live in Reno.  The presentation was made to Gord at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, ON, where he headlined recently.


 Linus Entertainment’s Geoff Kulawick, who distributes the concert video, presented the award, along with Brooke Kulawick, and Canadian tour-bookings manager Bernie Fiedler.

Live in Reno was taped in April 2000 at the Pioneer Theater in Reno, NV, and is the only live Lightfoot concert video ever released.

The full set list is: Don Quixote, I'll Prove My Love, House You Live In, Sundown, Carefree Highway, Restless, Blackberry Wine, For Lovin' Me/Did She Mention My Name (Medley), Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald, Waiting For You, Fading Away, Rainy Day People, Shadows, If You Could Read My Mind, A Painter Passing Through, Make Way For The Lady, Early Mornin' Rain, Baby Step Back, Song For A Winter's Night, Canadian Railroad Trilogy, Old Dan's Records, and Cold On The Shoulder.

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