Neil Young Tribute (solo/acoustic)

Neil Young Tribute (solo/acoustic)

Angus, Ontario, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2007

Angus, Ontario, Canada
Established on Jan, 2007
Solo Folk Acoustic


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Neil Young Tribute (solo/acoustic) @ TLC Bistro & Cafe

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Barrie, Ontario, Canada




Press Release
There will be a Neil Young Solo /Acoustic Act coming to town, performing at
The Gravenhurst Opera House on October 28th, 2016.
The performers name is Lawrence Christopher, but you can call him Larry. He has been singing Neil’s songs for over 38 years now on and off.
In the last 10 years he has become known as one of the best Neil Young acts out there. He has the spirit of Neil Young in him. He brings the sound of Neil Young’s music to the stage.
His first gig and review can be seen on the TLC web site.
Starting with local jam nights and moving up to shows, and has also played in a number of local festivals over the years. His talent is being noticed.
His YouTube recording, a rendition of Neil Young’s Harvest Moon, has over 4 million hits. Google Neil Young Harvest Moon and you can find Larry’s rendition. Please read the comments.
You have to see and hear it to believe it; his performance is very real to him. Larry sings from the heart, and the vast archive of Neil Young’s music, as well as the mainstream songs, all solo/acoustic.
Larry says “it’s a great feeling to sing Neil’s songs, and take people back to a time and place of the Spiritual foundation of his art, stripping the process back to its fundamental components of one person, one instrument and one voice.
Larry is the best kept secret, as a Neil Young Solo/Acoustic impersonator artist.
So if you are a Neil Young fan come out to hear and see Larry perform, October 28ht 2016 @ the Gravenhurst Opera House - Christopher Lawrence

"Neil Young Tribute at Backstage Capitol"

Neil Young Tribute at Backstage Capitol

Larry Christopher – in a tribute performance to Neil Young – brought the crowd back to 1971 at The Backstage Capitol Theatre in Delhi. It was a convincing recreation of Neil Young’s legendary concert at Massey Hall in Toronto in 1971 during his “Journey Through the Past” Solo Tour.

We met Larry in the Green Room prior to him going on stage and he told snapd: “I’ve been doing Neil Young for a long time now, and have been doing the formal show for five years. I’m a chef by trade and own the TLC Bistro in Barrie. I’ve been playing for as long as I’ve been cooking; 30 years.”

We asked Larry about his reasons for staging a Neil Young tribute: “I love the emotion of his voice, his songs and his words. You can convey that emotion to an audience – it’s calming and exciting at the same time. I’m taking everyone back to 1971 when he was 24.”
The audience loved it – and we did too. Bravo Larry and Bravo Backstage Capitol!

Photography and Event Coverage: Dan Wiest

Neil Young Tribute, Larry Christopher, 1971 “Journey Through the Past” Solo Tour, Massey Hall, Backstage Capitol Theatre, Delhi, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada - SNAPPED, DELHI NORFOLK COUNTY ,ONTARIO ,CANADA


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Lawrence Christopher

Biography: Of a Neil Young Tribute

Solo / Acoustic Performer

.  Neil’s music has been part of my life ever since I heard him in the early 70’s.

One person, one instrument and one voice.

His music has had the most impact and meaning in my life.


I was born in October 1957, and I am a chef by trade. For the last 38 years, much of my time has been cooking, and raising two children. I have been picking up and putting down my guitar. But it seemed every time I picked it up Neil Young came out. I will never forget the first time I stepped up on a open mic stage. It was at Massey Hall (no not that one). It’s a Pool hall in Barrie Ontario. All I had was my old fender B35. Feeling scared and excited at the same time, I sang 3 songs. When I was done, from then on, I was hooked. That’s when I knew I wanted to become a Neil Young Solo Acoustic performer.12 years later.

 Here I am.

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