PICK THE STARS
- CBC - 1954
TALENT CARAVAN - CBC - 1960
Lightfoot and Terry Whelan make their debut as
The Two Timers singing Marianne.
YOUNG - CBC - 1960
Lightfoot appeared on this
summer program as a member of the Two Tones with Terry Whelan.
- CBC- 1960-62
Lightfoot appeared in this
weekly country variety show as a member of the Singin' Swingin' Eight.
He eventually appeared on 250 episodes of the show. On October 19, 1962 he
steps out front to perform Remember Me (I'm The One).
HOUSE PARTY - CBC - ?
Lightfoot appears as a member
of a singing and dancing group.
WESTERN - BBC - 1963
Lightfoot hosted eight one-hour
- CBC - 1964
Hosted by Alex Trebek, Lightfoot
performs Tyson's You Were On My Mind and the folk standard If I Had A Hammer.
- CBC - ?
This was a long running CBC afternoon show.
OSCAR BRAND'S LET'S SING OUT - 1965
SHOW - NBC - 1965
Johnny introduces Lightfoot
as a rising star on the folk scene. Lightfoot performs Just Like Tom Thumb's
Blues and Early Morning Rain.
AFTER FOUR - CTV - 1966
Lightfoot along with Bobby Curtola are presented
with their 1966 RPM Gold Leaf Awards (Junos).
MUSIC CANADA - 1966
SHOW OF THE
WEEK - CBC - 1966
Hosted by Ian Tyson, Lightfoot
performs Spin, Spin with Red and John.
100 YEARS YOUNG ON NEW
YEAR'S DAY - CBC - 1967
This program kicked off Canada'a centennial
year. Lightfoot debuted his classic Canadian Railroad Trilogy for
the occasion. The song was done with a 40 piece orchestra to accompany the
Lightfoot arrangement and "naavies" are seen swinging their hammers in the
background as Lightfoot sings.
MON PAYS MES
CHANSONS - CBC - Feb. 9, 1967
Falls as a backdrop, Lightfoot lip synchs to Ribbon Of Darkness while strumming
his 12 string guitar. Other guests included Joni Mitchell and Bonnie Dobson.
CBC - Sept. 14, 1967
The program opens with a
shot of a plane, engines roaring, as "Early Morning Rain" plays. Much
of the show is done in the first person as GL recalls his childhood years.
His mother also appears to talk about 'wee Gordie'. Other segments show
Lightfoot at home, at a local restaurant and in the studio with Red and
John. The episode was cleverly titled -"Lightfoot Forward."
"WHEREFORE AND WHY" - CBC - 1968
This aired in March of '68.
Lightfoot and guests perform songs with Lightfoot debuting Black Day In
July. Lightfoot plays Pussywillows Cat-tails; Song For A Winter's
Night; Did She Mention My Name; Canadian Railroad Trilogy; Face Of A Thousand
People; Does Your Mother Know; Rosanna and The General Store. He filmed
Wherefore And Why in Toronto's Yorkville district; Boss Man at the Toronto
stock exchange and Black Day In July is underscored with films of the Detroit
riots. Guests include Bonnie Dobson who does The Way I Feel and I'm
Not Saying. Ronnie Hawkins performs Early Morning Rain and For Lovin'
FRENCH TV SPECIAL
- CBC - 1968
Lightfoot plays A Minor
Ballad and Early Morning Rain on French-Canadian TV, attempting an introduction
to Early Morning Rain in French.
NAC OTTAWA - CBC - 1969
Lightfoot performs Canadian
Railroad Trilogy at the opening of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, a
hall Lightfoot continues to perform at to this day.
THE MUSIC SCENE
(HULLABALLOO) - ABC - 1969
Hosted by David Steinberg,
Lightfoot performs nice renditions of For Lovin' Me and Saturday Clothes.
Other guests include Davy Jones of the Monkees.
CASH SHOW - ABC - 1969
Lightfoot performed Ribbon
Of Darkness and Softly during this appearance and duets with Johnny on For
Lovin' Me. While in Nashville for this appearance, Lightfoot was introduced
to Me And Bobby McGee by Kristofferson.
- CBC - 1969
Lightfoot is interviewed
in Vancouver with a group of high school students surrounding him. He answers
questions from the host and students.
HARRIS SHOW - BBC - 1969
on an episode, performing Early Morning Rain. The episode also features
SHUSTER - CBC - 1970
Performed Saturday Clothes
and Sit Down Young Stranger with Red Shea and Rick Haynes. Lightfoot
sported a moustache for this show.
SHOW - - 1970
Lightfoot performs Early
Morning Rain and Saturday Clothes.
THE TONIGHT SHOW - NBC - 1970
CASH SHOW - ABC - 1971
This time out on
the Cash show, Lightfoot does Canadian Railroad Trilogy and a snippet of
Steel Rail Blues.
CONCERT - BBC - 1971
Excerpted from concert,
Lightfoot performs Farewell To Nova Scotia; Miguel; If You Could Read My
Mind; Approaching Lavender and Me And Bobby McGee.
IN CONCERT - BBC - 1972
This program titled "Gordon
Lightfoot In Concert" aired on January 22, 1972 at 11 PM. It was actually
taped in the spring of 1971 before Summer Side Of Life was released. Accompanied
by Red Shea and Rick Haynes, Lightfoot performs Summer Side Of Life; Saturday
Clothes; For Loving Me; Affair On Eighth Avenue; If You Could Read My Mind;
Steel Rail Blues; Your Love's Return; Ten Degrees And Getting Colder; Early
Morning Rain; Farewell To Nova Scotia; Miguel; Me And Bobby McGee; Nous
Vivons Ensemble; Minstrel Of The Dawn; Talking In Your Sleep and Canadian
THE IAN TYSON
SHOW - CTV - 1972
Tyson started this program
after going solo. Lightfoot made an appearance to do the Canadian Railroad
Trilogy and help his old friend get his show off to a good start.
MADE IN CHICAGO - PBS - 1973
In March 1973, Lightfoot taped the PBS program,
"Made in Chicago." This program eventually evolved in to the Soundstage
series. Lightfoot at this time was backed by Terry Clements and Rick
Haynes, so it is a great document of the three-piece band in their prime.
Lightfoot was in tremendous voice on this occasion and the playing was
very tight. Songs performed were: The Patriot's Dream; Don Quixote; Affair
On 8th Avenue; If You Could Read My Mind; It's Worth Believing; You Are
What I Am; Beautiful; Sit Down Young Stranger; Ten Degrees & Getting
Colder; Softly; Boss Man; Early Morning Rain; Can't Depend On Love; Cotton
Jenny; Old Dan's Records
MIDNIGHT SPECIAL - NBC - 1974
Lightfoot hosts on this occasion, which aired
on February 23. Guests on the show included the James Gang, Ravi
Shankar, the Guess Who and Maria Muldaur. Lightfoot led off with
The List. He was still in the 3 man band lineup at this time, with Rick
and Terry. That night (morning?) he also played If You Could Read
My Mind, Affair On Eighth Avenue, Don Quixote, High And Dry and Sundown.
He introduced the guests in his usual, understated way. He mentioned how
Ravi Shankar influenced George Harrison and the Beatles, but added, "I wish
he'd influenced me, but I'm not in that bag, I only play rhythm guitar."
ELWOOD GLOVER'S LUNCEON DATE - CTV - 1975
Lightfoot makes an appearance
on the long running Canadian noon time talk show.
- NBC - 1976
Hosted by Wolfman Jack and
Helen Reddy, Lightfoot performed Don Quixote, Race Among The Ruins, Spanish
Moss and I'm Not Supposed To Care.
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE - NBC
Performed Summertime Dream and Spanish Moss,
backed by his full band. At the end of Spanish Moss, Lightfoot and
the guys pretend to launch into Sundown, but the host comes out and says
he was only scheduled to play two songs, but Gord said things went so well,
he thought he'd do one more. Buck Henry then summons John Belushi
in full samurai garb, who promptly cuts all of the strings on Lightfoot's
guitar with a pair of shears.
- CBC - 1976
Lightfoot organized this
benefit for the Canadian athletes. It consisted of a concert at Maple
Leaf Gardens in Toronto and included guests Sylvia Tyson, Liona Boyd and Murray
McLauchlan. Lightfoot played Sundown, If You Could Read My Mind and
Never Too Close, among others.
HEE HAW -
SYN - 1976
Lightfoot performs The Wreck
Of The Edmund Fitzgerald amid the obligatory Hee Haw bales of hay.
- NBC - 1977
This episode is hosted by
KC & The Sunshine Band. In addition to Lightfoot the guests include
Heart, ABBA and Andy Kauffman. In a departure from previous Midnight
Special appearances when he performed live, this time Lightfoot taped a
lip-synced version of Edmund Fitzgerald in Toronto for the show.
SOUNDSTAGE - PBS - 1979
Ah yes, the legendary Soundstage Special.
Lightfoot performed Cotton Jenny, The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald, Endless
Wire, Summertime Dream, Don Quixote, If You Could Read My Mind, Ghosts
Of Cape Horn (the first performance ever of this one), Beautiful, Hangdog
Hotel Room, Sundown. At this point they broke for intermission and
each band member said a few words, while in the background pictures and
sounds from an earlier rehearsal were seen and heard. The second set
went like this - Early Morning Rain, Whisper My Name, On The TV (later to
become On The High Seas), Old Dan's Records and the Canadian Railroad Trilogy.
- CBC - 1980
Performed Dream Street Rose
with his full band.
- CTV - 1980
Lightfoot organized a second
Olympic Benefit, this one was held at the CNE Grandstand in Toronto.
Songs performed were Canadian Railroad Trilogy, Don Quixote, The Wreck
Of The Edmund Fitzgerald, Ghosts Of Cape Horn, If You Could Read My Mind
and an enthusiastic version of The Auctioneer. Guests included Harry
Chapin, Liona Boyd and the Good Brothers.
TERRY FOX TELETHON - CBC - 1980
In September after Terry Fox's death, Lightfoot
and many other celebreties stopped by to discuss the heroism of Terry Fox
and help raise money for cancer research.
THE TOMMY HUNTER
SHOW - CBC - 1981
Lightfoot and the band performed
Shadows and Old Dan's Records, which was dedicated to Red Shea who was
recovering from an illness at the time.
HEART OF GOLD
- CBC - 1982
A special on Canadian music.
The Lightfoot segment was highlighted by an interview in which Lightfoot
was seated at home beside a model of the Edmund Fitzgerald.
AMERICA - ABC - 1982
interviewed about his newly released Shadows album and his upcoming tour
to support it.
THE MERV GRIFFIN
SHOW - SYN - 1982
Lightfoot performs Baby
Step Back, Blackberry Wine and a medley of Beautiful and If You Could Read
My Mind. Interestingly, Dean Parks sat in on lead electric guitar, with
Terry handling the chores on acoustic for Baby Step Back.
SPECIAL "LIVE 'N' KICKIN'" - Global - 1983
Lightfoot came out and did
Knotty Pine solo on the electric guitar.
- CBC - 1983
Knotty Pine on the electric
guitar as above.
- CBC - 1983
Lightfoot performs the Genie
nominated song, My Love For You, from the movie Harry Tracy Desperado,
sitting on a stool with mic in hand, backed by piano and orchestra.
TONIGHT - SYN - 1983
Lightfoot was interviewed
in LA regarding the release of Salute. Lightfoot mentioned that the
sound on the new album was more radio-ready than in the past. The
interview is done in a recording studio and we catch a glimpse of the band
reheasrsing. Also at the very end we can see Lightfoot's tattoo on
the inside of his right forearm, which of course is now gone.
THICKE OF THE NIGHT - SYN - 1983
Lightfoot performed Salute and did an informal
Early Morning Rain with Thicke.
- SYN - 1984
with Marilyn McCoo on a harmonized version of If You Could Read My Mind,
backed by Rick and Terry.
SHOW - CTV - 1984
This was an afternoon talk
show in Canada. Lightfoot was featured in a taped interview.
He covered a number of areas, including knocking Paul McCartney out of #1
spot on Billboard with Sundown and he discussed his canoe trips into the far
SPECIAL "FLOATING OVER CANADA" - CBC - 1984
Lightfoot did a sort of
video to Gotta Get Away for this show. He is seen canoeing and playing
his guitar and lip syncing by the side of a lake. It was well done.
TEAR ARE NOT
ENOUGH - CBC - 1985
This is Canada's Answer
to America's We Are The World. Lightfoot sings the opening line of
the song. The video documents the recording of the song. Neil
Young and Joni Mitchell also are featured.
IAN AND SYLVIA
REUNION - CTV - 1986
Lightfoot joined Ian and
Sylvia for Early Morning Rain and did Knotty Pine by himself playing acoustic
guitar. He had on the white East Of Midnight suit on for this occasion.
He apparently played more songs in his set, but only Knotty Pine made it on
the show. I know this because I saw a snippet of him doing A Lesson
In Love at the same event.
THE NEW MUSIC
- City TV - 1986
Jeanne Beker interviews
Lightfoot at his home and Gord even digs out the guitar for snippets of
a few tunes.
- CFTO - 1986
A brief five minute piece
with Anne Brody interviewing Lightfoot. An Entertainment Tonight
JUNO HALL OF
FAME INDUCTION - CBC - 1986
Played Stay Loose and then
was introduced by Anne Murray as the Hall Of Fame inductee. The award
was presented by Bob Dylan! Lightfoot gave a speech and a video retrospective
of his career was shown.
FOR PEACE IN QUEBEC CITY - CTV - 1987
Lightfoot performed Morning
FOR THE CALGARY WINTER OLYMPICS - CTV-ABC-BBC - 1988
Lightfoot performed Alberta
Bound, of course.
HOTEL - ABC
Lightfoot took an acting
role for an episode in this series, playing an itinerant country singer with
a drinking problem, on the comeback trail.
CHALLENGE - CBC - 1989
This is a long running Canadian
show, where a panel tries to identify the hidden guest and the news story
they represent. Lightfoot represented the story of the first spike
being hammered in, which began the Canadian transcontinental railway back
in the 1800's. Lightfoot played the Trilogy and I'll Tag Along.
Muchmusic - 1989
Lightfoot was interviewed
and introduced a couple of videos, including his own, Baby Step Back. He
also performed I'll Tag Along solo. Of interest in the interview
portion, Lightfoot mentioned that Warner Brothers was interested in having
Daniel Lanois produce his next album. That never came to pass, as
Lightfoot self-produced his next album, which was still four years down
the line, Waiting For You.
STEIN FESTIVAL - Muchmusic - 1989
Lightfoot was the headlining performer at several
outdoor festivals to help prevent logging on a delicate watershed area
in British Columbia. This show featured Knotty Pine from his set.
AWARDS - Global - 1989
Lightfoot was presented
with a lifetime acheivement award by Bruce Cockburn. He then played
East Of Midnight solo.
AUTOGRAPH - PBS - 1990
A half hour interview taped
in Lightfoot's home.
- Muchmusic - 1990
Highlights from the 1990
festival. We got to hear Lightfoot perform Ring Them Bells for the
first time on this one!
IN CANADA - CBC - 1991
Lightfoot drops the puck
at a cermonial faceoff at the Maple Leaf's home opener. Lightfoot is
the honorary Leaf captain to commemorate the NHL's 75th anniversary.
Lightfoot is wearing a Wendell Clark #17 captain's jersey.
- CBC - 1992
David Suzuki introduced
Lightfoot to a large crowd on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, where he performed
the Canadian Railroad Trilogy.
MIDDAY - CBC
In a news piece, Lightfoot
is interviewed during the opening of a substance abuse treatment centre in
Toronto, Renascent House.
WVEC Richmond, VA - 1992
Karen Jones interviews Lightfoot
for 20 minutes with Gord seeming to enjoy himself. The interview
is done at the Richmond fairgrounds where Lightfoot would perform that
- CBC - 1992
This was a special on Canadian
music. It featured a section on Lightfoot, with a video retrospective,
an interview and closed out with Lightfoot doing a solo rendition of I'll
Tag Along on stage at an empty Massey Hall.
CTV NEWS FEATURE
"BIOGRAPHY" - CTV - 1993
This is a weekend news feature.
Lightfoot is interviewed at home by Sandie Rinaldo.
- CBC - 1993
Lightfoot performed Cotton
Jenny as part of a tribute to Anne Murray.
MORNING SHOW - KTLA - 1993
Lightfoot does an interview
and a song for an estimated 1.5 million viewers. The song was the new
single of the day, I'll Prove My Love, with Rick Haynes playing bass off-camera.
- WJBK Detroit - 1995
Lightfoot is interviewed
at the Fox Theatre by Bill Bonds.
SPECIAL - CBS Lansing - 1995
Lightfoot gives a brief
interview along with other festival participants.
- CBC - 1996
The show was celebrating
its 25th year and Lightfoot appropriately played his song from 25 years ago,
If You Could Read My Mind.
- CBC - 1996
The show was taped in LA
in February and aired in late March. It is an environmental benefit
for the Suzuki Foundation. Lightfoot performed If You Could Read My
Mind and Don Quixote.
ARTS AWARDS - CBC - 1997
Taped at the National Arts
Centre in Ottawa, the program features Ian Tyson performing a Lightfoot medley
of Bitter Green/If You Could Read My Mind, followed by some film clips from
throughout Lightfoot's career.
LIVE - CBC Newsworld - 1997
On the last day of 1997,
Lightfoot appeared on Pamela Wallin Live for a ten minute interview to open
the program. The theme of Wallin's show that night, was to talk to famous
Canadians about their New Year's resolutions. And Gord's resolution
for 1997, you may ask? To remain motivated to continue writing and
performing - and to do it well! Good news indeed!
- CBC - 1998
Lightfoot appears in a taped
interview segment honoring David Foster's induction into the Canadian Music
Hall Of Fame.
IN CONVERSATION - CBC - 1998
Lightfoot sits down to talk
and sing for an hour with famed Canadian interviewer, Peter Gzowski.
Songs include "Restless," "A Painter Passing Through" and "Drifters."
An interesting treat includes an audio clip of Gordon as a boy soprano singing
"The Lord's Prayer."
CBC - 1998
In a Mid-Day news feature,
Lightfoot is presented with his star on the Canadian Walk Of Fame in a November
ceremony in Toronto. Also receiving his star at that time is Christopher
- CBC - 1999
Lightfoot, sporting a resprouted
moustache, is the first voice heard on Canadian TV in 1999 as he sings
Auld Lang Syne at the stroke of midnight, playing solo with his acoustic
INTIMATE AND INTERACTIVE - MMM - 1999
Lightfoot's first live TV concert style appearance
since Soundstage in 1979! It's mostly music, but he does answer questions
from the studio audience and also via fax, phone and email. But the highlights,
as always, are in the music. He plays 14 Karat Gold; I'll Do Anything;
In My Fashion; Rainy Day People; If You Could Read My Mind; A Painter Passing
Through; Make Way For The Lady; Never Too Close; I Used To Be A Country
Singer; The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald; Alberta Bound; Sundown; I'll
Prove My Love; Song For A Winter's Night; Early Morning Rain; Baby Step
Back. Lightfoot is backed with his full band.
ARTS AWARDS - CBC - 1999
Taped at the National Arts
Centre in Ottawa, the program features Lightfoot performing Don Quixote.
TRIBUTE - CBC Newsworld - 2000
Lightfoot climaxed the five
hour concert at Toronto's Air Canada Center featuring many Canadian musical
acts with If You Could Read My Mind and a mesmerizing and highly appropriate
Canadian Railroad Trilogy, which received a standing ovation and the day's
most emotional audience response. CBC's music critic Laurie Brown commented
after the song that Lightfoot should be awarded Canada's poet laureate award.
LIVE - CBC - 2000
Taped in April at the Pioneer
Theatre in Reno, Nevada, Lightfoot and his band run down a one hour list
of favorites extracted from that concert including If You Could Read My
Mind; Sundown; Carefree Highway; Beautiful; Restless; The Wreck Of The
Edmund Fitzgerald; Early Morning Rain; Baby Step Back; Rainy Day People;
Song For A Winter's Night and Canadian Railroad Trilogy. A very well performed
and produced set!
LIVE IN RENO - PBS - 2000
Derived from the same concert
as the CBC special listed directly above, this program includes Carefree
Highway; Sundown; Don Quixote; I'll Prove My Love; The Wreck Of The Edmund
Fitzgerald; Rainy Day People; Baby Step Back; Fading Away; Shadows; If You
Could Read My Mind; Early Morning Rain; Make Way For The Lady; Song For
A Winter's Night and Canadian Railroad Trilogy.
TOWER OF SONG - CBC - 2001
Lightfoot is featured, along with the other
members of the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame, in a 2 hour special as a lead
up to the 2001 Juno awards. Lightfoot's segment includes a 1999 interview
in his Rosedale home, interspersed with CBC archival footage from throughout
- CBC - 2001
Lightfoot along with David
Suzucki induct Bruce Cockburn into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame.
WALK OF FAME - Global - 2001
Lightfoot performs during the telecast from
Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, as new inductees are presented with their
- CBC - 2001
In a ceremony in Calgary
during the annual CCMA award show, Lightfoot is inducted into the Canadian
Country Music Hall Of Fame. With performances by Ian Tyson (Early Morning
Rain); Ron Sexsmith (If You Could Read My Mind) and Anne Murray (Cotton Jenny),
Lightfoot graciously accepts the award and announces that he intends to
continue writing and touring for many years to come.
LIVE AT RIDEAU
HALL - CBC - 2002
Lightfoot performs Sit Down
Young Stranger and closes the show with a solo rendidtion of If You Could
Read My Mind at an outdoor concert for the Governor General of Canada in
- CHUM-TV - 2004
News coverage of Harmony's launch party in the basement bar of Massey
- CBC - 2004
On the eve of the release of Harmony,
Lightfoot is interviewed in the front row seats of Massey Hall discussing
his recovery, the new album and his goal of returning to the concert stage.
CANADA AM - CTV - 2004
On the day of Harmony's release,
Lightfoot is interviewed live on the morning news program.
- CMT - 2004
CMT Central does a 3 part one-on-one interview
with Lightfoot hosted by Stu Jefferies. They discuss Lightfoot's illness
and recovery; his new album and highlights of his career.
E-TALK DAILY - CTV - 2004
Lightfoot is interviewed on his upcoming Canadian
- CTV - 2004
Lightfoot coaches the final 6 contestants as
they perform his songs in a 2 episode special edition of the highly rated
program. Songs performed by the contestants were Early Morning Rain; Rainy
Day People; Sundown; The Way I Feel; Song For A Winter's Night and If You
Could Read My Mind.
NATIONAL NEWS - CTV - 2004
Yet another Canadian Idol feature on Lightfoot.
FOUR STRONG WINDS - CMT - 2005
A look at Canadian singer-songwriters with a
rather bland segment on Lightfoot, saved only by all too brief, yet illuminating
comments from Bruce Cockburn and Jim Cuddy. No music or interview with
Lightfoot. The backdrop was mostly Reno concert footage.
LIVE 8 - CTV
Lightfoot appears at the Canadian
Live 8 concert, performing Restless; If You Could Read My Mind and Let
It Ride solo. He also appeared on stage for the finale of Neil's Young's
Rockin' In The Free World and Oh Canada. Some great backstage footage also,
including Lightfoot chatting with Neil Young prior to Young's appearance.
SHAKIN' ALL OVER - CBC - 2006
A look at
Canadian music from the 60s, that traces the evolution of a young industry
with stories from such artists as Gordon Lightfoot, Buffy Sainte-Marie,
Lighthouse, Steppenwolf and The Guess Who, in harmony with a younger generation
of stars (including Barenaked Ladies, Blue Rodeo and Sloan) who reveal
the impact some of these earlier songs and songwriters had on their music.
The Lightfoot segment includes an interview pieced together with archival
footage of Canadian Railroad Trilogy, Did She Mention My Name and Early
- SYN - 2007
CHUM 50th anniversary performance in Toronto, Lightfoot is interviewed,
mainly discussing his discovery through playing Early Morning Rain in clubs
along Yonge Street in the mid 1960's.
- CBC Newsworld - 2007
conducted in Lightfoot's home regarding the recent issue by Canada Post of
the "Lightfoot" stamp.
THE HOUR -
CBC - 2008
On the eve
of the Massey Hall series, Lightfoot sits down to chat with George Stroumboulopoulos.
ONE ON ONE - CBC - 2009
Lightfoot is interviewed
by CBC news anchor Peter Mansbridge as he is about to embark on his Orillia
and Toronto concerts.
GEORGE STROUMBOULOPOULOS TONIGHT - CBC - 2011
Again as Massey
Hall approaches, Lightfoot sits down with George Stroumboulopoulos for
a wide ranging chat, including the recent death of Terry Clements, which
elicits some insightful comments from Lightfoot.
CONNECT WITH MARK KELLY - CBC - 2011
to Lightfoot about his longevity and mortality.
HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA: GAME DAY - CBC - 2012
reminisces about his early days playing hockey, listening to games on the
radio before TV as cuts from All Live play in the background.
CANADA AM - CTV - 2012
at his home, Lightfoot is asked about Massey Hall, family, mortality, awards
and where he is now at this point in his career.
16 X 9 - GLOBAL - 2012
is featured with an interview done at his home in June. Lightfoot ended
the interview with a great line, saying, "When I leave this place (earth),
I'm gonna leave a clean campsite!".
GREY CUP HALFTIME SHOW - TSN - 2012
performs an abbreviated Canadian Railroad Trilogy.
THE NATIONAL - CBC - 2012
practices guitar and watches a Raptors game while being interviewed in
a piece that aired following the Grey Cup.
LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON - NBC - 2013
between tour dates, makes the trip to New York and performs If You Could
Read My Mind with the full band. Also, I'd Rather Press On was performed for
web broadcast only.
CBS SUNDAY MORNING - CBS - 2013
segement with interviews taped in Orillia.
ET CANADA - GLOBAL - 2014
discusses his upcoming Canadian tour.
CONVERSATIONS WITH DENISE - ZOOMER TV - 2014
discusses touring and his legacy with Denise Donlon.
- SYN - 2014
chats with Katie Couric and performs If You Could Read My Mind.
FOX NEWS - FOX - 2014
is interviewed by Fox News in July in New York.
ONE ON ONE - CBC - 2014
In the lead
up to Lightfoot's latest Massey Hall concert series, Peter Mansbridge sits
down with Lightfoot at the famed venue. This is Lightfoot's 2nd time being
featured on One On One.
BREAKFAST TV - CITY - 2016
in studio for a 10 minute chat covering the upcoming Massey Hall concerts
and his new single.
YOUR MORNING - CTV - 2016
interviewed at home discussing the upcoming Massey Hall and Ontario concerts
and his new single.