When Jimmy Webb performed his hit “MacArthur Park” in MacArthur Park on the Levitt L.A. stage, it did not cause a rip in the space-time continuum.
It was however, a very special night. In June 2013, the GRAMMY-winning songwriter performed his famous song for the very first time in the park.
“To be here tonight, playing live at the Levitt Pavilion, you know, it means a lot to me,” Webb says in this new Faces of Levitt video. “It’s coming full circle. It’s coming back to where everything began for me. It’s a homecoming.”
So it’s only appropriate that, as GRAMMY night fast approaches (it’s this Sunday!), Webb is this week’s featured Faces of Levitt. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, you can catch him tomorrow at the 16th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert.