A 2012 inductee into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Donovan had tons of hits in both the UK and America in the 60s, including "Catch the Wind," "Colours," "Sunshine Superman," "Atlantis," and "Mellow Yellow." He was with The Beatles during their trip to India in 1968, and taught John Lennon a finger-picking guitar technique that Lennon drew from on The White Album.
Born in Scotland on May 10th 1946, Donovan is still making music and thrilling audiences worldwide.
2003 - New York Metro, Chicago
2008 - Las Vegas
2014 - New York City
OFFICIAL FEST VIDEOS:
Performing "Atlantis" at the 2014 New York City Fest:
Performing "Sunshine Superman" at the 2003 Chicago Fest:
CLASSIC DONOVAN VIDEOS:
"Catch the Wind", Live in 1964:
"Atlantis," Live on The Smothers Brothers show:
THOUGHTS FROM DONOVAN:
"Thanks to all of you who came to The 50th New York Celebrations. It was such a great welcome you gave to me. And remember...'Turn - Off your mind, relax and float downstream' ...with T M! Love Love Love."
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