Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Fleetwood Mac kicked-off their long awaited On With The Show Tour in Minneapolis

Fleetwood Mac kicked-off their long awaited On With The Show Tour in Minneapolis, MN tonight. The classic line-up of Fleetwood Mac included Christine McVie who hasn't toured with the group since 1998. Over 16,000 people attended Tuesday night’s concert the first on what is expected to be a World Tour.

Above Photos: John Autey - View More Here

Above Photos: Dan Olson

Tonights setlist below:

Stevie's Secret...

 Billboard Magazine - October 9, 2014 (4 page layout)


UK OFFER Pre-order a signed copy of Mick Fleetwood's New Book - Chance to WIN Fleetwood Mac Tix

'Play On' by Mick Fleetwood pre-order
Just 500 signed copies available for pre-order

Purchase your signed copy of PLAY ON: NOW, THEN AND FLEETWOOD MAC by Mick Fleetwood – one of just 500 signed copies available for pre-order. There's an incredible reward for the person who brings the most other people in, too - a trip to Washington DC to see Fleetwood Mac in concert and meet Mick before the show.

This is a limited-time offer which closes October 6th so click through to HODDER & STOUGHTON pre-order the book and SHARE the offer as widely as possible now! Sharing the offer and bringing other people in moves you further up the leaderboard, which could win you an incredible reward.

The person who tops the leaderboard when the offer closes will be rewarded with the trip of a lifetime – a flight to Washington DC to see Fleetwood Mac play live on 31st October this year, and a meeting with Mick Fleetwood himself before the concert. The winner will receive return flights for them and one guest, along with an overnight stay in Washington DC and a pair of tickets to the concert. 

PLAY ON: NOW, THEN AND FLEETWOOD MAC will publish in the UK on 30th October, 2014. This is your ONLY chance to pre-order a signed copy. This offer is available to UK customers only.

This offer is available from 30th September 2014 at 12:00pm BST until 6th October 2014 at 11.59pm BST. Only one purchase per person.

The competition is open to UK residents aged 18 and over at the date of their entry.

 The competition prize is:

(i)  a return economy flight for two people from a London airport to Washington DC;

(ii) two guest tickets to see Fleetwood Mac at the Verizon Center in Washington DC on 31 October 2014, with a backstage pass to meet Mick Fleetwood; and

(iii) one night’s room only at a hotel in Washington DC (minimum 3 stars).

More Details and to pre-order your copy at Hodder & Stoughton

STREAM The NEW Stevie Nicks Album NOW! at AMAZON

Stream the new album
24 Karat Gold - Songs From The Vault 
Now at Amazon.
Listen to the entire new Stevie Nicks album (14 Song Standard Version) through October 6th.

Pre-order the mp3 version of the Album from Amazon for only $7.00 and receive 4 songs today 
"The Dealer", "Lady", "Starshine" and "24 Karat Gold". 

Pre-Order Deluxe Photo Book Bundles from Stevienicksofficial.com Available October 7th.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" Surges on UK Top 100 Albums Chart From No.104 to No.11

Google Play and Amazon had a pretty amazing sale on last week in the UK for Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours.  The entire mp3 downloadable album could temporarily be purchased for 99p. As a result, the album surged on this weeks UK Top 100 Albums Chart from No.104 to No.11 with sales of 8,718 units. In Scotland the album also leaped up the chart to No.12 from No.113 the previous week. The last time "Rumours" reached heights on this scale in the UK was back in late January, 2013 after the release of the 35th Anniversary edition of Rumours when it reached No.3.

UK - October 4, 2014
# 11 (104) Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

# 3 (153) Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

SCOTLAND - October 4, 2014
# 12 (113) Fleetwood Mac - Rumours


Mick Fleetwood is set to launch his own photography exhibition in Toronto

TORONTO - Drummer Mick Fleetwood is set to launch his own photography exhibition in Toronto.

The founding member of Fleetwood Mac will see over 30 of his works on display at the Liss Gallery from this Wednesday Oct. 1 through Oct. 31.

The show, titled "Reflections," features photos taken by the 67-year-old Grammy Award winner over the past few years.

Some works are in their original form and some are "hand-enhanced" with paint, and all are available for purchase.

In a statement, Fleetwood says each piece has "a distinct and personal story" reflecting his life, roots and passions, particularly nature.

The England native, who lives in Maui, will be at the Toronto gallery for a private reception on Oct. 17.

Location: 140 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, Ontario,

Fleetwood Mac perform live at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto October 18th.

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Stevie Nicks on the Fleetwood Mac reunion, her solo LP and why she can't stop writing about Lindsey Buckingham

Rolling Stone Magazine - October 9, 2014


2 Clips - Fleetwood Mac performing in Chicago last night

Fleetwood Mac performed at Sam Zell's birthday bash in Chicago last night (Sept 27th)... a warm up show.

Mick Fleetwood plays on


(if you missed Mick, Stevie and Christine on CBS Sunday Morning today... Here's the segment in text)

"Don't Stop" is the tune that rock band Fleetwood Mac serenaded Bill and Hillary Clinton with at the Inauguration Gala back in 1993. And "Don't Stop" is the band's guiding principle today , as its leader tells our John Blackstone . . . For The Record:

At his mountainside estate in Hawaii, Mick Fleetwood could be mistaken for an eccentric country gentleman, spending quality time with his pet pig, Tilly. "Sit! Sit!"

But Fleetwood is better known as the drummer of the group that shares his name: Fleetwood Mac.

In a rehearsal hall in Los Angeles, the five members responsible for the group's biggest hits are preparing for their first tour together in 17 years.

Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood have been rejoined by Christine McVie, who left the band in 1998, swearing she would never come back.

"She called me and said, 'How would you feel if I came back to the band?'" said Nicks. "And I'm like, 'Are you serious?'"

McVie said, "God, I'm really actually on this black carpet with these fantastic musical friends of mine and all just having, really enjoying it, you know, really enjoying it."

For Mick Fleetwood, having the band complete again has come at the right time.

"I think it's about getting your house in order, without being overly heavy," he told Blackstone. "The reality is, I'm sitting here, I'm 67 years old, I'm certainly not planning on leaving anytime that I know of, but you do see the picture in a different way just because you're older."

As part of "getting his house in order," Fleetwood has just finished his autobiography, "Play On," out next month. Why a book now? "I don't write songs," he said. "So this is a version of me writing a song."

He writes about his divorces from three wives, and his failures as a father to his four daughters.

"I would imagine that someone reading this document would say that he's sort of sold his soul to his band," said Fleetwood.

"I don't think he's sold his soul," said McVie. "I think he did it out of love."