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Mack Fleetwood-Over 18s
Mack Fleetwood-Over 18s
Mack Fleetwood takes the stage at Cork Opera House bringing you all the best hits of Fleetwood Mac.
Saturday, October 23 rd , 2021
  • Strickly Over 18s
  • €22.50*
    7pm - Early show
    Over 18s - Id required
    Europe’s premier tribute to the supergroup Fleetwood Mac, bring you on a magical musical journey from the Peter
    Green blues era to the multi-platinum selling band that still tour today. Bewitching their audience with authentic
    renditions of all the fan-favourite, classic Fleetwood Mac hits Mack Fleetwood's love of the material and musical
    prowess shines through each song. Mack Fleetwood delivers their professional, spellbinding show with energy and
    verve; selling out major music venues, enthralling crowds and receiving rave reviews where ever they go. 

    Brief History Of Fleetwood Mac
     In the 1960s Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood all played in the legendary John Mayall’s Blues Breakers,
    as did, Eric Clapton. Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac emerged as a classic blues band with haunting songs that went
    way beyond the blues genre. They had several hits, most notably Albatross, Black Magic Woman and Oh Well,
    influencing scores of other great bands that were to follow, such as Led Zeppelin and Santana.
    When Green left the band, Mick Fleetwood & John McVie kept the show on the road, going through several
    guitarists/singers and being joined first by Christine Perfect (later McVie), then Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. 
    These three talented performers and prolific songwriters brought a distinctive style and unique fusion of rock, pop,
    and country to the band. The turmoil of their private lives was played out in their music. Fleetwood Mac enjoyed a
    rebirth, producing many classic hits including the incredible Rumours and Tango In The Night albums going on to
    even greater worldwide success.   

    This show will be subject to any public health guidelines in place at the time of the event. It is part funded by the
    Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media through the Live Performance Support Scheme.

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