Bucks County’s Langhorne Slim Pays Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot with Recent Cover

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The singer covered Lightfoot's 1974 hit song.

A musician from Bucks County recently covered a song to pay tribute to one of the most popular singers of all time.

Sean Scolnick, better known by his stage name Langhorne Slim, recently paid tribute to the late Gordon Lightfoot by covering his hit song “Sundown”. The cover, accompanied by a music video by Joshua Shoemaker, was released on May 11.

“I’ve loved this song since the first time I heard it on classic rock radio in Philly as a kid,” Slim said on his social media page. “I remember how much it moved me when it come on through the car speakers. It felt like a gift from the radio Gods.”

Scolnick was raised in the Bucks County area, born in his namesake Langhorne and educated at the Solebury School in New Hope. He later studied music at the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College in New York.

He found success in the summer of 2012 with the release of his fifth studio album, “The Way We Move”. The title track was a regular fixture on local radio stations such as ALT 104.5.

Learn more about the cover at Langhorne Slim.


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