Don McLean
Genres:
Folk, Pop/Rock
Meta styles:
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock
Styles:
AM Pop, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Soft Rock

Don McLean (born October 2, 1945 in New Rochelle, New York) is an American singer-songwriter, most famous for his 1971 song "American Pie," about the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and The Big Bopper. The song spawned the phrase "The Day the Music Died," referring to the day of the crash. Early in his career, McLean was mentored by the folk legend Pete Seeger, and accompanied Seeger on his Clearwater boat up the Hudson River in 1969 to protest at environmental pollution in the river.

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Botanical Gardens

Botanical Gardens

3
Year:
2018
Tracks:
13
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Addicted To Black

Addicted To Black

1
Year:
2010
Tracks:
11
Bitrate:
244 kbps
Rearview Mirror: An American Musical Journey

Rearview Mirror: An American Musical Journey

Year:
2005
Tracks:
18
Bitrate:
186 kbps
American Pie: The Greatest Hits

American Pie: The Greatest Hits

5
Year:
2004
Tracks:
20
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Legendary Songs Of Don Mclean

Legendary Songs Of Don Mclean

3
Year:
2003
Tracks:
21
Bitrate:
251 kbps
Don Mclean's Christmas Dreams

Don Mclean's Christmas Dreams

Year:
1997
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
160 kbps
Classics

Classics

2
Year:
1992
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
250 kbps
Headroom

Headroom

1
Year:
1990
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Greatest Hits Then & Now

Greatest Hits Then & Now

3
Year:
1987
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
128 kbps
Believers (Reissued 1997)

Believers (Reissued 1997)

Year:
1981
Tracks:
12
Bitrate:
320 kbps
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