The indelicate sensibility of the instrumental master David Lindley — who is best known for his work with Jackson Browne but also contributed to dozens of recording sessions for other stars — amused a refined audience of about 250 on Saturday night at Polsky Theatre on the campus of Johnson County Community College.
The indelicate sensibility of the instrumental master David Lindley — who is best known for his work with Jackson Browne but also contributed to dozens of recording sessions for other stars — amused a refined audience of about 250 on Saturday night at Polsky Theatre on the campus of Johnson County Community College. File photo by Todd Paris Todd Paris
The indelicate sensibility of the instrumental master David Lindley — who is best known for his work with Jackson Browne but also contributed to dozens of recording sessions for other stars — amused a refined audience of about 250 on Saturday night at Polsky Theatre on the campus of Johnson County Community College. File photo by Todd Paris Todd Paris
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