“It was probably the Everly Brothers, I think. Yes, probably the Everly Brothers. Or if not them, then it might have been something by Cliff Richard & the Shadows.
“But the first music that I ever remember hearing was broadcast from a commercial radio station in Luxembourg. I used to listen to it on an old crystal radio set.”
Mick Fleetwood slips behind the drums once again at 8pm on Wednesday (June 19) to fuel mega-platinum rockers Fleetwood Mac in their return to the Times Union Center in Albany. Tickets are $37.50, $65, $95 & $125.
“The first record I ever owned was given to me – Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumors.’ But the first one I ever bought was by Mary Bergin, the tin whistle player. I got them both within a couple of weeks. And that Fleetwood Mac record is still one of my favorites.”
Grammy Award-winning flutist, whistle player and vocalist Joanie Madden leads her traditional Irish music ensemble Cherish the Ladies into The Egg in Albany on Tuesday (December 8), in a fundraising concert for the Irish American Heritage Museum.
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