PREVIEW: With or without Christine McVie, 'it will be fun'

(Kevin Mazur/Wire Image)
(Kevin Mazur/Wire Image)

Fleetwood Mac at the Times Union Center in Albany on June 19 — I emailed my friend Bill a few weeks ago and asked him whether I should go see Fleetwood Mac.

“Maybe,” he said. “Let me do some research.” Later, he advised me to go. “Christine McVie isn’t touring,” he said. “But I don’t think she sang very many songs that are worth hearing.” I was ready to commit, but a few weeks later Bill changed his mind. “OK, I counted,” he wrote. “Christine has exactly nine songs that are worth listening to. So I’ve changed my mind, I wouldn’t go see Fleetwood Mac without her.”

I appreciate Bill’s diligence, but I keep hearing Fleetwood Mac on the radio, and I think I am going to attend this concert. In fact, I’m excited about it. I plan on buying the cheapest tickets and sitting in the bleachers, but I think it will be fun anyhow.


Sara Foss / The Daily Gazette / Monday, June 10, 2013

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