[Excerpt from a Boston Globe article about 1960s concerts]

April, 4, 1982 by Steve Morse

Fleetwood Mac - As an electric blues-rock band, they had no peers. They often cranked up three lead guitarists - Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer and Danny Kirwan - and the long jams and tradeoffs were ecstatic. Many fans booed when pianist Christine McVie was added to the group, because she brought a softer, ballad approach. I saw her first gig at the Tea Party with them, and she really had to struggle with the crowd.