Foxwoods welcomes Lenny Kravitz for Sunday concert
Are you gonna go his way?
And by that, I mean are you gonna go to Lenny Kravtiz’s concert Sunday at Foxwoods?
If you are, good for you; he’s usually a great live performer. And he’ll be including some numbers from his latest album, “Raise Vibration,” which was released a year ago.
The songs on “Raise Vibration” were, in large part, inspired by life in the Trump era and by his desire to, as he might say, let love rule.
As with many of his albums, Kravitz played most of the instruments and recorded in Eleuthera in the Bahamas, where he has a home.
You can bet that, in addition to weaving some new tunes into the set list, Kravitz will serve up hits like “Fly Away” and “American Woman."
Lenny Kravitz, 7 p.m. Sunday, Foxwoods’ Grand Theater; $54-$125; 1-800-200-2882.
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