Judy Collins Describes Leonard Cohen’s 1st Concert Appearance 1967

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“Leonard Was Terrified”

In Sweet Judy Blue Eyes – My Life In Music by Judy Collins (Crown Archetype, October 18, 2011), Judy Collins’ describes Leonard Cohen’s first official concert performance, at her invitation, as a professional singer – the April 30, 1967 SANE Against Vietnam War Concert At New York City Town Hall.

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Credit Due Department: Photo by Jim.henderson – Own work, CC0, via Wikimedia

Note: Originally posted Nov 13, 2011 at 1HeckOfAGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric

One Reply to “Judy Collins Describes Leonard Cohen’s 1st Concert Appearance 1967”

  1. Violeta

    In front of Vietnam conflict there is no words to define the terrifiant feeling that should cover all people.After a lot of years we can strongest than before underline that there weren’t winners, but only loosers in all the front,being americans or vietnamese as well.And the song ,even this is Suzanne, become deaf and without any meaning.Sad but true,the pain is much large.