Get well soon, Gordon!

Canadian Music Legend Lightfoot Ill in Hospital
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian folk singer Gordon Lightfoot has been hospitalized with an undisclosed illness, CBC News reported on Sunday.
Lightfoot was flown to McMaster University Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario, early Sunday morning from a hospital in his hometown of Orillia, Ontario, CBC said.
His family and hospital officials had no immediate comment.
Lightfoot, who is 63, was in Orillia for a concert to promote his new album, “A Painter Passing Through.” The concert has been canceled, CBC said.
Lightfoot emerged as a prominent folk artist in the late 1960s. His hits include “If You Could Read My Mind,” “Sundown” and “The Wreck of Edmund Fitzgerald,” which were released in the 1970s.
His songs have been recorded by stars like Elvis Presley, Barbra Streisand, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Peter, Paul and Mary.
Lightfoot has received five Grammy nominations and has been honored in Canada with 17 Juno Awards.