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Old 03-18-2017, 03:23 PM
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Chris Craziness: March Madness Round of 64- Chris North vs Christine McVie

http://culturess.com/2017/03/17/chri...ristine-mcvie/


Today’s round of Chris Craziness we have the matchup of Mr. Big (Chris Noth) from Sex and the City and Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie.

We are on day two of our Chris Craziness: March Madness tournament, and it’s going fantastic. We are seeing some very big names moving on into round 2 of our big dance. We still don’t have our Cinderella story of the tourney, but I’m sure one will emerge soon. Remember this is the matchup that the public get’s to pick the winner so make sure you vote and you share the poll via social media.

ou probably know Chris Noth as the larger than life Mr. Big from the cultural phenomenon HBO television show, Sex and the City. But before he became the man that every woman wanted, he was also Detective Mike Logan on the original Law and Order TV series. After the success of Sex and the City came to an end, Noth appeared in the movies Mr. 3000 and The Perfect Man, but there was no getting away from his biggest role. Mr. Big jumped back into his best suit for two Sex and the City feature films. In 2009 television came knocking again and this time it was CBS’s most anticipated drama, The Good Wife. North has been lucky to find success in television and movies, but he will forever be known as Mr. Big.

Christine McVie is an integral part of made band Fleetwood Mac who they are. The quiet English woman who is known for her smoky voice talents and her work on the keyboard is also an incredible songwriter. She is responsible for Fleetwood Mac’s monster hits like “Don’t Stop,” “Hold Me,” “Everywhere,” “As Long as You Follow,” “Say You Love Me” and “You Make Loving Fun.” After spending three decades with the band, McVie decided it was time to retire. She landed back in England working on her solo album, In the Meantime. As a member of Fleetwood Mac, McVey was inducted into the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
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