By the time they hit music legend Van Morrison age and career status, most musicians would be content to coast on their reputation and past work. But the Irish singer-songwriter is as busy as ever (or maybe even busier) in his seventh decade, with a steady pace of touring and album releases. He’s a regular in Vegas, a veteran of the Caesars Palace Colosseum who always brings an eclectic set list to his local performances.

He’s also a rock icon, a staple of classic-rock radio with songs like “Gloria,” “Brown Eyed Girl,” “Moondance,” “Domino,” “Have I Told You Lately” and many more, and a 1993 inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He’s a massively influential figure on generations of rock musicians, from U2 and Elvis Costello to Damien Rice and Ed Sheeran. In concert, he often eschews all but a few hits to place emphasis on new songs, covers and older album tracks. And Morrison still has plenty of new music to offer: He put out two new albums in 2017, Roll With the Punches and Versatile, both featuring a mix of covers and original songs, and he shows no signs of slowing down, either in the studio or on the road.

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