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Essentially all of this information has been compiled by David Oberman, Marty Adelson, Mark Trauernicht, Ron Chambliss, Bela Stephens, and Lauren Leichter. Additional information was provided by Paulo Resca, Hayley Broyles, Alexa, Dee Geddings, Don Brown (donated 1/18/70 program scan), Robert York (donated the 3/30/73 ticket), Ann Sissom (donated the 5/21/77 and 8/8/80 ticket stubs and ad) and Tom Anderson (7/28/78 ticket stub scan).

1979 
TourTusktourbook_tusk
PersonnelMick Fleetwood | John McVie | Christine McVie | Stevie Nicks | Lindsey Buckingham
SponsorsN/A
Publication DatesN/A
PagesN/A
Setlist  
Monday Morning  
Blue Letter  
Rhiannon  
Say You Love Me  
Landslide  
World Turning  
I'm So Afraid  
Second Hand News  
Dreams  
Never Going Back Again  
Don't Stop  
Go Your Own Way  
Songbird  
The Chain  
You Make Loving Fun  
Oh Daddy  
Over & Over  
The Ledge  
Think About Me   
Save Me A Place  
Sara  
What Makes You Think You're The One  
Not That Funny  
Sisters of the Moon  
Angel  
That's Enough For Me  
I Know I'm Not Wrong  
Tusk   
Oh Well  
Tour Schedule   
DateCityVenue
1979 - American Tour  
October 26Pocatello, IdahoMini Dome
October 27Ogden, UtahDee Events Center
October 28Salt Lake City, UtahSalt Palace
October 31Denver, ColoradoMcNichol's Sports Arena
November 1Denver, ColoradoMcNichol's Sports Arena
November 2Albuquerque, New MexicoTingley Coliseum
November 5St. Louis, MissouriChecker Dome
November 6St. Louis, MissouriChecker Dome
November 7Cincinnati, OhioRiverfront Coliseum
November 10New Haven, ConnecticutVeterans Memorial Coliseum
November 11Uniondale, New YorkNassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
November 12Uniondale, New YorkNassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
November 15New York, New YorkMadison Square Garden
November 16New York, New YorkMadison Square Garden
November 17Boston, MassachusettsBoston Gardens
November 20Rochester, New YorkWar Memorial
November 21Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThe Spectrum
November 22Providence, Rhode IslandCivic Center
November 25Largo, MarylandCapital Center
November 26Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaCivic Arena
November 29Ann Arbor, MichiganCrisler Arena
November 30Champaign, IllinoisAssembly Hall
December 1Cedar Falls, IowaUni-Dome
December 4Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Forum
December 5Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Forum
December 6Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Forum
December 9San Diego, CaliforniaSports Arena
December 10Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Forum
December 11Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Forum
December 14San Francisco, CaliforniaCow Palace
December 15San Francisco, CaliforniaCow Palace
December 16San Francisco, CaliforniaCow Palace
1980 - World Tour  
February 3Tokyo, JapanBudokan
February 4Tokyo, JapanBudokan
February 5Tokyo, JapanBudokan
February 8Kyoto, JapanKaikan
February 9Gifu, JapanShimin Kaikan
February 11Sapporo, JapanKuseinenkin Hall
February 13Yokoha, JapanKenmin Hall
February 14Sendai, JapanSports Arena
February 16Osaka, JapanFestival Hall
February 17Osaka, JapanFestival Hall
February 21Perth, AustraliaEntertainment Centre
February 22Perth, AustraliaEntertainment Centre
February 25Adelaide, AustraliaTennis Stadium
February 27Sydney, AustraliaHodern Pavilion
February 28Sydney, AustraliaHodern Pavilion
March 1Melbourne, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 2Melbourne, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 3Melbourne, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 7Brisbane, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 8Brisbane, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 11Melbourne, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 12Melbourne, AustraliaFestival Hall
March 15Sydney, AustraliaHordern Pavilion
March 16Sydney, AustraliaHordern Pavilion
March 17Sydney, AustraliaHordern Pavilion
March 20Wellington, New ZealandAthletic Park
March 22Auckland, New ZealandWestern Springs
1980 - North American Tour
March 27Honolulu, HawaiiNeil Blaisdell Center (HIC)
March 28Honolulu, HawaiiNeil Blaisdell Center (HIC)
March 29Honolulu, HawaiiNeil Blaisdell Center (HIC)
April 30
April 30Portland, OregonColiseum
May 1Seattle, WashingtonHec Edmunson Pavilion
May 2Vancouver, British ColumbiaP.N.E. Coliseum
May 5Edmonton, CanadaColiseum
May 6Edmonton, CanadaColiseum
May 9Minneapolis, MinnesotaMet Center
May 10Minneapolis, MinnesotaMet Center
May 11Madison, WisconscinDane County Arena
May 14Chicago, IllinoisRosemont Horizon
May 15Chicago, IllinoisRosemont Horizon
May 16Indianapolis, IndianaMarket Square Arena
May 19Buffalo, New YorkMunicipal Auditorium
May 20Richfield, OhioRichfield Coliseum
May 21Richfield, OhioRichfield Coliseum
May 23Detroit, MichiganJoe Louis Arena
May 24Detroit, MichiganJoe Louis Arena
1980 - World Tour  
June 1Munich, GermanyOlympic Horse Riding Stadium
June 3Bremen, GermanyStadhalle
June 4Cologne, GermanySportshalle
June 8Frankfurt, GermanyBertzenbrug Stadium
June 9Zurich, GermanyHallenstadion Zurich
June 12Brussels, BelgiumForest National
June 13Rotterdam, HollandAhoy
June 14Paris, FrancePalais de Sport
June 16Stafford, EnglandBingley Hall
June 17Stafford, EnglandBingley Hall
June 20London, EnglandWembley Arena
June 21London, EnglandWembley Arena
June 22London, EnglandWembley Arena
June 25London, EnglandWembley Arena
June 26London, EnglandWembley Arena
June 27London, EnglandWembley Arena
1980 - American Tour  
August 5Lakeland, FloridaCivic Center
August 6Miami, FloridaSportatorium
August 8Atlanta, GeorgiaThe Omni
August 11Mobile, AlabamaMunicipal Auditorium
August 12Birmingham, AlabamaJefferson Civic Center Coliseum
August 13Baton Rouge, LouisianaRiverside Centroplex
August 16Dallas, TexasReunion Arena
August 17San Antonio, TexasConvention Center Arena
August 18Houston, TexasThe Summit
August 21Omaha, New EnglandCivic Auditorium
August 22Oklahoma City, OklahomaMyriad
August 23Wichita, KansasKansas Coliseum
August 24Kansas City, MissouriKemper Arena
August 27Las Cruces, New MexicoPan Am Center
August 28Tucson, ArizonaMcKale Center
August 29Phoenix, ArizonaCompton Terrace
August 31Los Angeles, CaliforniaHollywood Bowl
September 1Los Angeles, CaliforniaHollywood Bowl

 

1977 
TourRumourstourbook_rumours
PersonnelMick Fleetwood | John McVie | Christine McVie | Stevie Nicks | Lindsey Buckingham
SponsorsN/A
Publication Dates1977
Pages26
Setlist  
Monday Morning  
Blue Letter  
Rhiannon  
Over My Head  
Say You Love Me  
World Turning   
I'm So Afraid  
Second Hand News  
Dreams  
Never Going Back Again  
Go Your Own Way  
Songbird   
The Chain  
You Make Loving Fun  
Oh Daddy  
Gold Dust Woman  
Oh Well   
Silver Springs  
Sisters of the Moon  
Prove Your Love  
Don't Let Me Down Again  
Believe Me  
Just Crazy Love  
Hypnotized  
Why  
Sunny Side Of Heaven [instrumental]  
Spare Me A Little Of Your Love  
Station Man  
Tell Me All The Things You Do  
Child Of Mine  
Tour Schedule   
DateCityVenue
1977 - American Tour  
FebruaryBerkeley, CaliforniaBerkeley Community Theater
February 24Uniondale, New YorkNaussau Coliseum
MarchBirmingham, AlabamaJefferson Coliseum
March 21Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThe Spectrum
March 24Long Island, New York 
MarchHartford, Connecticut 
MarchAnnapolis, MarylandNaval Academy
MarchSan Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego Sports Arena
April 1Kansas City, MissouriKemper Arena
1977 - European Tour  
AprilBirmingham, England 
April 4 Glasgow, Scotland 
AprilManchester, England 
April 8 London, EnglandRainbow Theatre
AprilBristol, England 
AprilFrance 
AprilHolland 
AprilGermany 
AprilSweden 
1977 - American Tour  
May 7Oakland, California
"Day On The Green"
Oakland Stadium
With The Doobie Brothers and Gary "Dream Weaver" Wright
May 8Santa Barbara, CaliforniaCampus Stadium
May 21Nashville, TennesseeNashville Municipal Auditorium
May 29Orlando, Florida Rock
Superbowl I
Tangerine Bowl
Also played: Loggins & Messina, The Doobie Brothers, Chick Corea
June 2Birmingham, AlabamaCivic Arena
June 25  
June 28Syracuse, New York 
June 29New York, New YorkMadison Square Garden
July 3Buffalo, New York 
July 4Toronto, Ontario, CanadaCNE Stadium
July 7Providence, Rhode IslandCivic Center
August 25Las Vegas, NevadaAladdin Theater
August (?)Tucson, Arizona 
September 12St. Paul, Minnesota 
SeptemberLos Angeles, CaliforniaInglewood Forum
SeptemberLos Angeles, CaliforniaInglewood Forum
SeptemberLos Angeles, CaliforniaInglewood Forum
SeptemberSeattle, Washington 
September 27 Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThe Spectrum
SeptemberCalgary, Alberta, CanadaCalgary Stampede
October 2Santa Barbara, CaliforniaUniversity of Southern California Campus Stadium With Kenny Loggins
October 3San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego Sports Arena
1977 - Australia / Japan Tour
NovemberPerth, Australia 
NovemberMelbourne, Australia 
NovemberBrisbane, Australia 
November 15 Queensland, Australia 
November 17 Sydney, Australia 
December 3Osaka, JapanFestival Hall
December 4 Osaka, JapanFestival Hall
December 5 Tokyo, JapanBudokan
1978 - American Tour
July 17Alpine Valley, WisconsinAlpine Valley Music Theater
July 23Dallas, TexasCotton Bowl
July 26Saratoga, New YorkSaratoga Performing Arts Center
July 28Orchard Park, New YorkRich Stadium
July 29Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaJFK Stadium
July 30Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaJFK Stadium
AugustNew Orleans, Louisiana 
August 26Cleveland, OhioRichfield Coliseum
August (?)Largo, Maryland 
August 30 Baton Rouge, LouisianaCapitol Centre

 

1975 
TourFleetwood Mac
PersonnelMick Fleetwood | John McVie | Christine McVie | Stevie Nicks | Lindsey Buckingham
SponsorsN/A 
Publication DatesN/A 
PagesN/A 
Setlist  
Blue Letter  
Rhiannon  
Over My Head  
Say You Love Me  
Landslide  
World Turning  
I'm So Afraid  
Go Your Own Way  
You Make Loving Fun  
Silver Springs  
Believe Me  
Hypnotized  
Why  
Jumping At Shadows  
Oh Well  
The Green Manalishi  
Frozen Love  
Don't Let Me Down Again  
Sunny Side Of Heaven [instrumental]   
Get Like You Used To Be  
Spare Me A Little Of Your Love  
Station Man  
Tell Me All The Things You Do  
Tour Schedule   
DateCityVenue
January 22York, PennsylvaniaYork College
January 23Baltimore, MarylandHollywood Palace
January 25Potsdam, New YorkClarkson College of Technology
January 26New York, New YorkAcademy of Music
January 29Denver, ColoradoDenver Coliseum
January 31San Jose, CaliforniaCivic Auditorium
February 1Humboldt State CollegeArcata, California
February 3Yuma, ArizonaCivic Center
February 6Twin Falls, IdahoCollege of Southern Idaho
February 7Boise, IdahoBoise County Fairgrounds
February 8Portland, OregonParamount Theatre
February 9Seattle, WashingtonParamount Theatre
February 11Salt Lake City, UtahTerrace Ballroom
February 12Cheney, WashingtonEastern Washington State College
February 14Chico, CaliforniaChico State College
February 15San Francisco, CaliforniaWinterland
February 16San Francisco, CaliforniaWinterland
February 17Long Beach, CaliforniaLong Beach Auditorium
February 19Calgary, AlbertaJubilee Auditorium
February 20Edmonton, AlbertaJubilee Auditorium
February 22Fargo, North DakotaCivic Auditorium
February 23Carbondale, IllinoisSouthern Illinois University
February 24Macomb, IllinoisWestern Illinois University
February 26Wichita, KansasCentury II
February 27Kansas City, KansasMunicipal Auditorium
March 1Washington, DCWarner Theatre
March 2Blacksburg, VirginiaVirginia Polytechnic
March 3Williamsburg, VirginiaCollege of William and Mary
March 6St. Louis, MissouriAmbassador Theatre
March 8Delhi, New YorkState University of New York
March 9Burlington, VermontUniversity of Vermont
March 13Hamburg, PennsylvaniaHamburg Field House
March 15Hollywood, FloridaSportatorium
March 23Alma, MichiganAlma College
March 29Austin, TexasCity Colliseum
March 30Dallas, TexasMoody Colliseum
October 30Jackson, MississipiCity Auditorium
With Triumvirat; Admission: $4

 

1974Peter Green | Jeremy Spencer | Danny Kirwan | John McVie | Mick Fleetwood
DateCityVenue
January 22York, PennsylvaniaYork College
January 23Baltimore, MarylandHollywood Palace
January 25Potsdam, New YorkClarkson College of Technology
January 26New York, New YorkAcademy of Music
January 29Denver, ColoradoDenver Coliseum
January 31San Jose, CaliforniaCivic Auditorium
February 1Humboldt State CollegeArcata, California
February 3Yuma, ArizonaCivic Center
February 6Twin Falls, IdahoCollege of Southern Idaho
February 7Boise, IdahoBoise County Fairgrounds
February 8Portland, OregonParamount Theatre
February 9Seattle, WashingtonParamount Theatre
February 11Salt Lake City, UtahTerrace Ballroom
February 12Cheney, WashingtonEastern Washington State College
February 14Chico, CaliforniaChico State College
February 15San Francisco, CaliforniaWinterland
February 16San Francisco, CaliforniaWinterland
February 17Long Beach, CaliforniaLong Beach Auditorium
February 19Calgary, AlbertaJubilee Auditorium
February 20Edmonton, AlbertaJubilee Auditorium
February 22Fargo, North DakotaCivic Auditorium
February 23Carbondale, IllinoisSouthern Illinois University
February 24Macomb, IllinoisWestern Illinois University
February 26Wichita, KansasCentury II
February 27Kansas City, KansasMunicipal Auditorium
March 1Washington, DCWarner Theatre
March 2Blacksburg, VirginiaVirginia Polytechnic
March 3Williamsburg, VirginiaCollege of William and Mary
March 6St. Louis, MissouriAmbassador Theatre
March 8Delhi, New YorkState University of New York
March 9Burlington, VermontUniversity of Vermont
March 13Hamburg, PennsylvaniaHamburg Field House
March 15Hollywood, FloridaSportatorium
March 23Alma, MichiganAlma College
March 29Austin, TexasCity Colliseum
March 30Dallas, TexasMoody Colliseum
October 30Jackson, MississipiCity Auditorium
With Triumvirat; Admission: $4

 

1973Penguin Tour
Bob Welch| Christine McVie | John McVie | Mick Fleetwood
DateCityVenue
March 30New York, New YorkNew York Academy of Music
April 4Owensboro, KentuckySports Center
April 11San Jose, CaliforniaCalifornia State University
April 12Fresno, CaliforniaSellard Arena
April 13San Bernadino, CaliforniaSwing Auditorium
April 14San Diego, CaliforniaSports Arena
With Deep Purple
April 15Long Beach, CaliforniaLong Beach Arena
April 17Salt Lake City, UtahSalt Palace
April 18Calgary, AlbertaCorral
April 20Edmonton, AlbertaGardens
April 22Vancouver, British ColumbiaAgridome
April 23Boise, IdahoFairgrounds
April 25Phoenix, ArizonaConvention Center
April 26Tucson, ArizonaConvention Center
April 28Oakland, CaliforniaColiseum
April 30El Paso, TexasColiseum
May 1Albuquerque, New MexicoCivic Center
May 3Denver, ColoradoColiseum
May 4Lincoln, NebraskaPershing Auditorium
May 5Wichita, KansasLevill Arena

 

1972Danny Kirwan| Christine McVie | John McVie | Mick Fleetwood
DateCityVenue
April 1Caribbean Beach, Puerto RicoMar Y Sol Pop Festival
With Black Sabbath, B.B. King, Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, Savoy Brown, others
April 2 Caribbean Beach, Puerto RicoMar Y Sol Pop Festival
With Black Sabbath, B.B. King, Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, Savoy Brown, others
April 3 Caribbean Beach, Puerto RicoMar Y Sol Pop Festival
With Black Sabbath, B.B. King, Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, Savoy Brown, others
April 11Django, H.F.B.Coliseum Concert
With Jethro Tull
Late Fall Tour of Europe 
November 23Mile End Road, E.3.Sundown
Admission: 75p

 

1971Jeremy Spencer | Danny Kirwan | Christine McVie | John McVie | Mick Fleetwood
DateCityVenue
Mid JanuaryTour of Scotland 
February 11San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Tom Rush, Clover
February 12San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Tom Rush, Clover
February 13San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Tom Rush, Clover
February 14San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Tom Rush, Clover
Jeremy Spencer's last show with Fleetwood Mac
February 15LA booked at the Hollywood Hawaiian
Jeremy disappears from Fleetwood Mac day after Sylmar earthquake.
FebruaryHollywood, CaliforniaThe Whiskey A Go-Go
Canceled gig, Jeremy doesn’t show up
February 18San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 19San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 20San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 21San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 22San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 23San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 24San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
February 26New York, New YorkFillmore East
Fleetwood Mac, Van Morrison, Freeway
February 27New York, New YorkFillmore East
Fleetwood Mac, Van Morrison, Freeway
March 19Peter joins Fleetwood Mac for the rest of the tour. Last gig winter tour.
March 24San Bernadino, CaliforniaSwing Auditorium
March 27Long Island, New York 
June 4 British club tour begins
July 31 Fleetwood Mac leave for their 4th American tour
November 12Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Palladium
With Taj Mahal, Jo Jo Gunne & Country
November 13San Bernardino, CaliforniaSwing Auditorium
With Taj Mahal, Jo Jo Gunne & Country
 Seattle, WashingtonSwing Auditorium
With Taj Mahal, Jo Jo Gunne & Country

 

1970Jeremy Spencer | Danny Kirwan | Christine McVie | John McVie | Mick Fleetwood
DateCityVenue
January 2San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
The Byrds, Fleetwood Mac, John Hammond
January 3San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
The Byrds, Fleetwood Mac, John Hammond
January 4San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
The Byrds, Fleetwood Mac, John Hammond
January 7Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Whiskey A Go-Go
Boz Scaggs, supporting act
January 8Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Whiskey A Go-Go
Boz Scaggs, supporting act
January 9Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Whiskey A Go-Go
Boz Scaggs, supporting act
January 10Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Whiskey A Go-Go
Boz Scaggs, supporting act
January 11Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Whiskey A Go-Go
Boz Scaggs, supporting act
January 18Vancouver, B.C.Gardens Auditorium
Support band was 'Spring' lights by 'Ectoplasmicassault'. Admission $2.50
January 30New Orleans, LouisiannaThe Warehouse
January 31New Orleans, LouisiannaThe Warehouse
FM opened for the Grateful Dead...the Dead were busted this date
February 1New Orleans, LouisiannaThe Warehouse
Just Peter Green sits in w/ The Grateful Dead
Fundraiser for the Dead's bust fund
February 5Boston, MassachusettsTea Party Club
February 6Boston, MassachusettsTea Party Club
February 7Boston, MassachusettsTea Party Club
February 11 With Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers
February 28Belfast, YogoslaviaUlster
March 28Copenhagen, DenmarkFalconercentret
MarchGermany 
April 1Stockholm, SwedenKonserthuset
April 3Helsinki, Finland 
April 4LondonParis Theatre
Live BBC broadcast
April 12LondonLyceum
April 24LondonRoundhouse Pop Proms
AprilCopenhagen 
April Albert Hall
With B.B. King
May 1ManchesterFaculty Of Commerce
May 23Bath CityFooball
May 28LondonRoundhouse
Peter's Green's last gig with Fleetwood Mac
August 6San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Fleetwood Mac, Buddy Miles, Albert Collins
August 7San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Fleetwood Mac, Buddy Miles, Albert Collins
August 8San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Fleetwood Mac, Buddy Miles, Albert Collins
August 9San Francisco, CaliforniaFillmore West
Fleetwood Mac, Buddy Miles, Albert Collins
August 15Christine McVie will appear with Fleetwood Mac for live appearances only.
August 28New York, New YorkFillmore East
Savoy Brown, Fleetwood Mac, Fairport Convention
August 29New York, New YorkFillmore East
Savoy Brown, Fleetwood Mac, Fairport Convention

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What year did Fleetwood Mac play in Belfast in Oct

Written by Anne Mc Corry Feb 04, 2015 at 08:27 AM
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I just found 3 ticket stubs to a Fleetwood Mac concert in the Ulster Hall in Belfast (North of Ireland) and although the date is there...there's no year. It must have been 1968, 1969 or 1970, but I can't find a reference to it anywhere. Please help.
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August 31, 1970 Fleetwood Mac gig Music Circus

Written by Junior Bradfield Jul 27, 2014 at 10:55 PM
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Missing from this reggie is the August 31, 1970 gig at Music Circus Lambertville New Jersey where Peter Green joined Spencer, Kirwan, Mick, John and a woman introduced as "Pristeen Perfect" who was the new member of the band playing keys and singing. It was their 1st tour with Christine before she became a McVie. Jeremy Spencer knocked me out with his slide work. Never saw that done live electric before and he really "worked they stage" when he soloed. Danny Kirwan and Peter Green did not play one song together Read Green and Spencer had a lot of conflicts as they were spliting up as per their bios. Great night for Blues listening for me. If anyone else was there and remembers or knows anything about that night I'd like to know cuz it might have been the last time all 3 guitar played the same gig together according to what I've been able to research. Spencers slide work was outrageous. I was so inspired the next morning I went into the basement and hack sawed a slide out of a piece of a chrome tubing from an old baby carriage and started playing slide. I still have that slide and one more I made that day. Was any one else there?
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Fleetwood Mac - 1975 tour

Written by Scott Southee Dec 05, 2012 at 02:03 AM
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FM performed at James Madison College (now University) in Harrisonburg, VA during the 1975 Fleetwood Mac tour. This is not listed, for some reason, so perhaps the listing for either Blacksburg or Williamsburg is wrong, or the tour date was excluded.

Please confirm - I wasn't dreaming this.
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Betzenberg, Kaiserslautern (not Frankfurt!) June 1

Written by Peter Ludes Feb 21, 2010 at 04:27 AM
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In 1980, when I was 18, I visited my first rock show - an "open air". On a lovely, sunny summerday it started with Rockpile, followed by Fischer Z, followed by Bob Marley and finally Fleetwwod Mac. I was deeply impressed by their show. A big, funny drummer, a charming guitarist and two lovely ladys with a lot of well known, great songs. The atmosphere was unbelieveable and after 2,5 hours we left nearly happy (after two days my ears became able to hear well again).
After all this years and roundabout 250 rock shows later (Stones, U2, B.B. King, Neil Young, Pretenders, AC DC, Joan Baez, ....) this Fleetwood Mac gig stays for me as the "concert", the "show"!
I remember it always with a smile (sometimes funny, sometimes sad). Thanks to Fleetwood Mac for this evening, I hope we'll see us again, Peter from Karlsruhe!
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