Gino's still got it (18 photos)Sunday, October 20, 2013 by: Donna Hopper
Montreal-born Canadian crooner, Gino Vannelli, made his first-ever Sault Ste. Marie appearance last night at the Machine Shop as part of the 41st annual Algoma Fall Festival.
Backed by an outstanding seven piece band, Vannelli drew from his 40-year career to present 90 minutes of music to the mostly middle-aged audience, including Wild Horses, A Good Thing, I Just Wanna Stop, Black Cars, Brother to Brother, Appaloosa, If I Should Lose This Love, and Living Inside Myself.
With his swagger, signature coiffure, and radiant voice fully intact, the 61-year-old continues to record and tour, showing few signs of slowing down.
The 41st annual Algoma Fall Festival continues with appearances from The Once (October 24), Natalie McMaster and Donnell Leahy (October 25), TAJ (October 26), and Jan Vayne and Martin Mans (October 27).
For full festival details and ticket information, please click here
To learn more about Gino Vannelli, visit his official website
Please click here to enjoy yesterday's Gino Vannelli interview with Local 2's Jasmyn Pozzo.