US Dates 2014

Don is busy completing a year long tour of the US with an international tour soon to be announced for 2015.

1/16/2015Capitol TheatreClearwater, FLUSA
2/21/2015The Birchmere Music HallAlexandria, VAUSA
3/13/2015Del E Webb Center for the Performing ArtsWickenburg, AZUSA

If you’re lucky enough to attend a show then please leave a comment or review for other fans to read.


  1. Attended the show in Woonsocket on the 13th………….great show, tremendous energy ………….the guy can still get done

  2. Saw Don McLean Friday night at Newton Theater, NJ. Fantastic show! What an amazing experience seeing him in person! Such energy and passion in every song he did. Started at about 8:45 and went on till about 10:30. One of the best concerts I’ve ever seen, will cherish for the rest of my life.
    much thanks to Don for visiting my neck of the woods.

  3. Ryan Caiazzo says:

    Experienced Don at The Newton Theatre November 14th. Such a humble and genuine artist! His music is poetry delivered with beating heart and soul. Don’s passion for folk music and storytelling through lyrics is incandescent and especially refreshing compared to today’s pop music that tends to lack true depth or meaning. Especially thankful that Don stayed after the concert to sign memorabilia and CDs. Now THAT is an artist who loves his fans and his craft. Thank you for a delightful night, Don!

  4. Finished it last night and hoped to be able to delete or re-write the original comment. I was excited to receive, anxious to read and after reading it I think Mr. McLean would rather sell the book on its own merit…

    What an excellent book! If you really want to know more about Don McLean’s history and the truth behind his lyrics, read American Troubadour – it’s like listening to a story straight from the horses mouth. The book gives an honest, insightful retrospective that pre-dates his childhood and walks through decades of his musical and personal journey. The threads of the tapestry he continues to weave will always be a part of American music. My compliments to both Don McLean and Michael Cochran. This biography seemed more like an autobiography, and I finished the book with an appreciation for someone who has made and lived with his own choices.

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