James Taylor: Live in Central Park [Revisited]


James Taylor was undeniably one of the biggest rock stars on the planet when he capped his remarkable run on July 31, 1979, playing to a packed crowd during a free concert in New York City’s Central Park. With an estimated group of 250,000 fans joining together on the great lawn, James delivered an unparalleled collection of his hit songs, and a smattering of exciting cover songs, resulting in one of the most outstanding live concert experiences of all time.  

Join Lee Lessack and Johnny Rogers as they lend the transcendent harmonies in homage to the unique artistry and indelible music celebrated by the 250,000 fans in Manhattan’s Central Park on that monumental night in music history.  

The duo re-visits the exact set list, a repertoire that includes “Something in The Way She Moves,” “Carolina On My Mind,” “Up On The Roof,” “Steamroller,” “Day Tripper,” “Mexico,” “Country Road,” and “Sweet Baby James,” and many more.