Don McLean at the Belfast Waterfront Hall June 7, 2018. One we will never forget.
Donald McLean III (born October 2, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter, best known for his 1971 hit song "American Pie", an . -minute folk rock "cultural touchstone" about the loss of innocence of the early rock and roll generation (US for four weeks in 1972 and UK His other hit singles include "Vincent" (US UK in 1972), "Dreidel" (US in 1972), a rendition of Roy Orbison's "Crying" (US UK in 1980), a rendition of the Skyliners' "Since I Don't Have You" (US in 1980).
Don McLean is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1972, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was reissued by BGO Records in 1996. The photo on the cover of the album was taken overlooking the Village of Cold Spring, NY. All tracks composed by Don McLean, except where indicated. Bronco Bill's Lament" - 3:36. Oh, My What a Shame" - 3:30. The More You Pay (The More It's Worth)" - 2:51.
After the success of American Pie McLean released his third studio album Don McLean in 1972 using many of the personnel of its predecessor although was reluctant to recreate the same sound. The singer-songwriter has subsequently released 1973’s Playin’ Favourites, 1974’s Homeless Brother and 1976’s Solo", which following the release of, United Artists dropped McLean from his contract. In 1980 the singer enjoyed his first Top 30 LP in nearly 30 years with the album Chain Lightning, which spawned the Roy Orbison cover Crying and the single Since I Don’t Have You.
In film, he was cast in 1996 as teen idol Freddy Frederickson in the Academy Award-nominated musical film That Thing You Do!, Tom Hanks’ directorial debut film. Mr. Torti’s performance garnered him a gold record. In 2011, Mr. Torti originated the role of Klaus in The Real Love: A New Musical & Don Mclean in Concert, based on Supreme Master Ching Hai’s life story and poetry. The Real Love: A New Musical & Don Mclean in Concert via Ocean of Love Entertainment. 19 September 2013 ·. Moon of Mine.
Don McLean's Concert History. Don McLean (born October 2, 1945 in New Rochelle, New York) is an American singer-songwriter, most famous for his 1971 song "American Pie", released from the album of the same name, about the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and The Big Bopper (Jiles Perry (. (Jape) Richardson, J. The song, an international number one single, spawned the phrase "The Day the Music Died," referring to the day of the crash. It was later listed as the No. 5 song on the RIAA project 'Songs of the Century'
Performer: Don McLean
Title: In Concert
Style: Singer/Songwriter,Soft Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock
Size MP3: 1203 mb
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Rating: 4.7 / 5
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