DAN FOGELBERG – LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL; Recording of 1979 Concert at the Iconic Concert Hall Available Now – May 12, 2017

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Recording of 1979 Concert at the Iconic Concert Hall Available Now – May 12, 2017



Multi-platinum, singer/songwriter Dan Fogelberg’s 1979 solo concert at Carnegie Hall is now available as a double CD set and digitally beginning today, May 12.  Produced by Dan’s wife, Jean Fogelberg, and his lifelong friend and manager, Irving Azoff, Dan Fogelberg – Live At Carnegie Hall will be released independently through Nether Lands Records. A complete track listing can be found below.

Dan Fogelberg considered the performance at Carnegie Hall on April 17, 1979 to be one of his career highlights. The 26-song solo performance accentuates Fogelberg’s prowess on guitar and piano, as well as his diverse musical styles. The original recording of the concert was recently discovered by Jean Fogelberg, who asked 11-time GRAMMY winning Mastering Engineer Bob Ludwig to restore the recording and recreate the room acoustics that fans enjoyed during the original concert at the iconic concert hall. Read Jean’s heartwarming account of the full story behind the album HERE.

Dan Fogelberg – Live At Carnegie Hall track listing:


Nether Lands

Once Upon A Time Stars


Old Tennessee

Song From Half Mountain

(Someone’s Been) Telling You Stories

To The Morning

Paris Nocturne Sketches Summer Sketches Winter



Next Time

Manha de Carnaval Guitar Etude No. 3 Plastered In Paris The Chauvinist Song Full Moon Mansion Beggars Game

Same Old Lang Syne All Night Long Morning Sky Souvenirs


Part Of The Plan

There’s A Place In The World For A Gambler Along The Road


Order Dan Fogelberg – Live At Carnegie Hall here:

Amazon/ Physical: http://smarturl.it/LiveFromCarnegieCD

iTunes/ Digital: http://smarturl.it/LiveAtCarnegieTunes

Dan Fogelberg, one of the most popular artists of the ’70s and ’80s, was a key component of the golden age of the singer/songwriter. His second album, the 1974 Joe Walsh-produced Souvenirs, hit the top 20 and led Dan into a three-decade run that would include 11 platinum and two gold albums. His best- known songs include “Longer”, a ballad that became a wedding ceremony standard; “Leader of the Band,” a tribute to his bandleader father, Lawrence Fogelberg; “Run For The Roses”, the unofficial theme of the Kentucky Derby; and the seasonal staple “Same Old Lang Syne.” Dan Fogelberg died of prostate cancer in 2007.


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