GORDON LIGHTFOOT POSTPONES TOUR AFTER FRACTURING WRIST

Aug 09, 2021

By Jeremy Logan

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Gordon Lightfoot is recovering after a fall at his home last week caused him to fracture his wrist.

The “If You Could Read My Mind” singer-songwriter has been forced to postpone a number of upcoming tour dates after undergoing emergency surgery at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto.

Victoria Lord, a representative for Lightfoot, says he is “doing just fine” but that it’s expected he will take eight weeks to recover.

Most of the 82-year-old’s postponed shows are in the United States, with some already rescheduled for early 2022.

A single show on August 20th at Casino Rama in Orillia, Ontario, has also been affected but not rescheduled yet.

Lord says Lightfoot’s team is optimistic he will return to the stage early this fall, noting that a September 30th concert in Fredericton, New Brunswick, is still on the calendar.

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