Van Morrison’s recent album Three Chords And The Truth is not a comeback but just confirmation that this Northern Irishman still has the sacred fire and the desire to show the world that he has a voice and a extraordinary talent.
With emblematic titles such as “Tupelo Honey”, “Brown Eyed Girl”, or “Gloria” (repeated many times), Van Morrison left his mark on the 60s and 70s, whether among his first groups (Them, in particular) or during his solo career since 1968.
The folk musician, multi-instrumentalist, has never hesitated to multiply experiences with artists from diverse backgrounds, including jazz.
The scene remains for Van the place where he expresses himself best, as proof his double album of 1974 It’s Too Late To Stop Now, considered as one of the best live rock.
One thing is certain: the public who will be cheering on March 10, 2020 at the Olympia can expect an exceptional show, that of an artist who transcends fashion and gives his best to his fans.