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Philadelphia Inquirer Announcement Christine Solo Tour
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Philadelphia Inquirer, May 18, 1984

Christine McVie, who will appear at the Tower Theater tomorrow night, has two big hits just now with "Got a Hold on Me" and "Love Will Show Us How," songs from her first solo album since the late '60s, "Christine McVie" (Warner Bros.).

Most of the time, of course, McVie is a vocalist, songwriter and keyboardist for Fleetwood Mac, one of the most popular bands of the last decade. It has often seemed as if McVie's clear, calm voice represented some measure of maturity and grace within the context of a band that also includes the charmingly loony Lindsey Buckingham and the spacily romantic Stevie Nicks.


"Christine McVie" features a band that McVie assembled just for this
project, and if the album has a certain slickness, it also features a few
sharply phrased songs and some of McVie's finest singing - all in all, it's a
first-rate pop album.

Christine McVie will be at the Tower Theater tomorrow at 8 p.m. Tickets are
$12.50 and $10.50. For more information, call LOVE-222.


Date: 1984-05-18         Number of views: 1263

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