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Cowichan's Connor Head playing at Mick Fleetwood's pad today

Mick Fleetwood of the supergroup Fleetwood Mac, invited Cowichan
Mick Fleetwood of the supergroup Fleetwood Mac, invited Cowichan's Connor Head, of the valley's Royal Canadians band, to jam at his home today in Hawaii.
— image credit: Courtesy Connor Head

The Royal Canadians' lead guitarist says he's headed to Mick Fletwood's place for a house jam today.

Cowichanian Connor Head's lucky break came after twice running into super-band Fleetwood Mac's frontman while vacationing in Hawaii.

The News Leader Pictorial hopes to interview the Cow High Grade 12 string bender about his musical house call that'll hear him jam with Fleetwood's Maui group.

But meanwhile, Head was amused about perhaps asking Fleetwood if his band could consider playing the Cowichan Theatre when they visit Vancouver's Roger's Arena in May.

"I wish that could happen, but I don't know if Fleetwood Mac will be able to make a pit stop on their international tour to Duncan for a night. Haha, but wouldn't that be cool," Head emailed us.

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