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Don McLean

Don McLean is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist whose number one 1971 album 'American Pie' spawned the number one singles: 'American Pie' and 'Vincent'.

He released his debut album, "Tapestry" in 1970, followed by: "American Pie" (1971), "Don McLean" (1972), "Playin' Favorites" (1973), "Homeless Brother" (1974), "Prime Time" (1977), "Chain Lightning" (1978), "Believers" (1981), "Love Tracks" (1987), "And I Love You So" (1989), "For the Memories" (1989), "Christmas" (1991), "Headroom" (1991), "The River of Love" (1995), "Christmas Dreams" (1997), "Sings Marty Robbins" (2001), "The Western Album" (2003), "You've Got to Share Songs for Children" (2003), "Rearview Mirror: An American Musical Journey" (2005), "Addicted to Black" (2009), "Botanical Gardens" (2018), plus 2020's: "Still Playin' Favorites".

Don was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2004.

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