Donovan

(redirected from Donovan Philips Leitch)

Don·o·van

(don'ŏ-văn),
Charles, Irish surgeon, 1863-1951. See: Donovan bodies, Leishman-Donovan body.
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St George's Hall Concert Room, Liverpool, 0151 709 378, - Tue, Oct 13, 7.30pm, PS25 The Carlton Tavern Live Music Night The Carlton Tavern, Hartington Street, Chester, 07541 801934, - Tue, Oct 13 Donovan 50th Anniversary Tour Born Donovan Philips Leitch, in 1946 post-war Scotland, Donovan took his rightful place among his peers when he was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012, where it was proclaimed: "Donovan single-handedly initiated the Psychedelic Revolution with his album Sunshine Superman." This album also announced flower power and meditation, a whole year before The Beatles' Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
"I love The House for an Art Lover and they are very excited to host an exhibit of guitars, costumes, diaries, photographs, the whole bit." Born Donovan Philips Leitch in Glasgow's Maryhill, the 69-year-old singer-songwriter was brought up in Anderston before moving to England.