Friday, October 31, 2014

Mick Fleetwood talks about Fleetwood Mac and the need to be hot

Drumming icon Mick Fleetwood talks about Fleetwood Mac's Reunion, his new memoir and the need to be hot.
Time Magazine - November 3, 2014

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Stevie Nicks on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon November 3rd

Stevie Nicks is scheduled as a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday, November 3, 2014.  The show airs at 11:35pm, 10:35pm central.

Not sure if she's performing... Would make sense that she would... and it would also make sense that it's something to from the new album "24 Karat Gold - Songs From The Vault".

Wonder what she will sing?  Is she going to bring in her own band for this, or is she going to keep it simple and do something from the album that wouldn't necessarily require a full on band like say "Lady".  Or possibly the house band could sub in for her band.  

[update] It's been confirmed that Stevie will sing "Lady" on The Tonight Show.

Looking forward to it in any case!

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Mick Fleetwood book signing - Barnes & Noble New York City 10/28 + L.A. 11/30


Meet Mick Fleetwood and Anthony Bozza at Barnes & Noble in New York City Today October 28, 2014

Mick has a two day break after the Oct 26th Fleetwood Mac show in Ottawa and before the show on the 29th in Philadelphia.  Perfect timing for the October 28th release of his new book "Play On: Now, Then, And Fleetwood Mac" and for a Book Signing in New York City. Barnes & Noble at 555 fifth avenue location will be hosting the event. Details below.

The UK so far has two events scheduled. The first in Liverpool on November 4th and the second in London on November 7th. Details below.

Also added to Mick's book tour itinerary is Los Angeles on November 30, 2014 also at Barnes & Noble.  The Grove at Farmers Market will host the event beginning at 2:pm Sunday November 30th.  

Mick Fleetwood
Play On: Now, Then, and Fleetwood Mac

Author Event:
Date: Tuesday October 28, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00PM
Location: Barnes & Noble Fifth Ave
555 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10017, Ph: 212-697-3048

Author Event:
Date: Sunday November 30, 2014
Time: 2:00PM
Location: Barnes & Noble at The Grove at Farmers Market
189 The Grove Drive Suite K 30, Los Angeles, CA 90036, Ph: 323-525-0270

USA - Pre-order Mick's new book for $15.00. That's 50% OFF the cover price at Barnes & Noble
CANADA - Pre-order Mick's new book from Indigo for $21.78.

An evening with Mick Fleetwood
Play on: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac 
Oh Me Oh My, West Africa House, 25 Water Street Liverpool L2 0RG

Tuesday, 4 November 2014, 7:00PM

Tickets £25 including a pre-signed bookplated copy of Play On available online. (booking fee will apply).

One of music’s greatest drummers & co-founder of Fleetwood Mac will be discussing his eagerly anticipated autobiography Play On: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac.

Admission £25.00

Meet Mick Fleetwood
Play on: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac
203 - 206 Piccadilly

Friday, 7 November 2014, 5:00PM
One of music’s greatest drummers & co-founder of Fleetwood Mac will be signing copies of his eagerly anticipated autobiography Play On: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac. Access to the queue will be on a first come first served basis. Mick Fleetwood will sign copies of Play On only. Due to time restraints there will be no opportunity for posed photography.

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Play on: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac will be released on October 30th in the UK

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Reviews | Photos: Fleetwood Mac Boston, Newark, Chicago, Detroit and Ottawa

Fleetwood Mac back in top form at Boston Garden party
October 25, 2014
by Paul Robicheau
The Improper Bostonian Magazine

Photo by The Improper Bostonian Magazine

When you have a record in your quiver like Rumours, one of the best-selling albums of all time with 45 million copies sold, you can kick off a concert like Fleetwood Mac did Saturday in its second sold-out stop at TD Garden this month. Especially if you have Christine McVie back after a 16-year retirement to join Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham in restoring all three of the lead singers from that 1977 classic.

Hence came the “Keep us together” chorus of opener “The Chain,” one of four straight jukebox-worthy tunes from Rumours, followed by Nicks’ signature 1975 smash “Rhiannon.” Yet beyond the nostalgic joy of having all three voices harmonize those vintage hits, Buckingham then announced a new “profound and prolific chapter” for the band, an allusion to songs reportedly in the works for a comeback album.

Continue to the full review

Stevie's been wearing the new shawl that was designed for her by Celeste Meyeres (here's a closer look at the shawl). She first wore it in Columbus on October 19th and has had it on for every Rhiannon performance since.

Fleetwood Mac Live in Newark, NJ at Prudential Center
Saturday, October 11, 2014
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Fleetwood Mac Live in Chicago at United Center
Thursday October 2, 2014

Photos by Bobby Talamine

Fleetwood Mac rocks The Palace with help from Detroiter Kid Rock
October 22, 2014
by Michael Ferro

The legendary rock and roll band, Fleetwood Mac, rocked The Palace of Auburn Hills late last week and while the band may not be comprised of any Detroiters or even anyone from the great state of Michigan, that doesn't mean that a famous Motor City resident couldn't jump on stage and lend the group a hand during the Motown stop of Fleetwood Mac's current tour. So that's just what Detroiter Kid Rock did.

Throughout the two-and-a-half hour performance, the band called out to the crowd, with guitarist Lindsey Buckingham dedicating their hit song "Big Love" to Kid Rock. After singer Stevie Nicks again mentioned Kid Rock by name before she sang the Fleetwood Mac favorite "Landslide", Rock finally made his way to the stage to the massive cheer and roar from the crowd. Rock, in his signature trucker hat, came up from behind Nicks and gave her a reverse bear hug.

Continue to the full review

Fleetwood Mac Live in Ottawa at Canadian Tire Centre
October 26, 2014
Photos by Scott Penner
View Gallery at Aesthetic Magazine Toronto

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Reviews | Photos: Fleetwood Mac Live in Ottawa October 26, 2014

The Ottawa Sun October 27, 2014
Fleetwood Mac a unifying force
by Aedan Helmer
Ottawa Sun

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It's in times like these we take great comfort in our great escapes.

Our Friday night football, the emotions pouring off the field and captivating Canadians tuning in from coast-to-coast.

Our Saturday night hockey, with it's stunning show of solidarity in a citywide singalong of O Canada.

And on Sunday, it was time to rock.

It was time for Ottawa to feel good again in the places where we all come together, where we put our arm around the loved one next to us and soak up the good vibrations, and it was an old favourite in Fleetwood Mac providing the soundtrack for this night's singalong.

For a band with such a acrimonious past, their music is a unifying force, and a sold-out Canadian Tire Centre provided the perfect retreat as the unmistakable swagger of The Chain's opening guitar riff washed over the crowd of 18,500.

Continue to the full review at Ottawa Sun


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Concert review: 
Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie concert a triumph
by Lynn Saxberg
Ottawa Citizen

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Fleetwood Mac
Canadian Tire Centre
Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014

With Christine McVie back in the lineup, a revitalized Fleetwood Mac gave a triumphant concert at Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday, delighting a sold-out crowd of 18,500 fans.

The classic-rock legends had been soldiering on for years without McVie, who departed in the late ’90s because of a crippling fear of plane travel. Although they adjusted the music to work well enough without McVie’s mellow voice, her absence was always noted, as we saw when Mac passed through town last year.

This time, the 71-year-old singer-songwriter-instrumentalist took her rightful place alongside her original bandmates, who voiced their appreciation a couple of times during Sunday’s concert.

“Welcome back, Chris,” said singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks, who seemed genuinely happy to share the spotlight. “I told her I was lonely up here without another blonde. Two blondes are better than one.”

When it comes to the Fleetwood Mac catalogue, two female voices sound better than one, too, as McVie’s well-modulated pipes provide a nice counterpart to the emotional edge of Nicks’s voice. What’s more, it was terrific to hear the songs that McVie wrote included in the set list.

After a sturdy version of The Chain to kick off the show, McVie took the lead, lending her rich, buttery voice to the gently soaring You Make Loving Fun. She also played keyboards throughout the concert, and at one point, stepped away from the piano to wield an accordion.  Other highlights of McVie’s contributions include Say You Love Me, Everywhere and Don’t Stop.

Despite the long history of challenging interpersonal relationships among the band members, there was nothing but love displayed on stage.

Continue to the full review with photos at The Ottawa Citizen

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Mick Fleetwood: There Will Be Another Lovely Album

Photo: Piper Ferguson
MICK FLEETWOOD: Fleetwood Mac’s perpetual motion machine gives the skinny to Dave DiMartino on his new autobiography and remarkable life.

Interview posted at Fleetwood Mac - UK

Look for the December, 2014 issue of Mojo Magazine, it will be on sale from Tuesday, October 28, 2014.

'Our lifestyle? Lunacy' Sex, drugs and Fleetwood Mac

Mick Fleetwood: 'We were cloaked in this crazy world’
Cocaine, affairs, reckless spending – Mick Fleetwood was the epitome of the rock ’n’ roll egomaniac. How did he, and his band, survive?

October 26, 2014 issue of Seven in The Telegraph (UK)

By Chrissy Iley
The Telegraph
October 26, 2014

I am waiting for Mick Fleetwood in a mansion that he has rented in Malibu. It is the size of a stately home. I am sitting in the kitchen, which is painted in ice-cream colours: pistachio, strawberry and vanilla.

He arrives shower fresh. He is as long and thin as you imagine him.

In his new autobiography, Play On, Fleetwood says that he’s 6ft 6in. He looks even taller, languid in navy chinos, a blue striped shirt with epaulettes, a gold medallion, a perfectly trimmed beard and a burnt copper tan.

The medallion is a scarab made by a goldsmith in Canterbury, and, Fleetwood tells me, a symbol of immortality because Ancient Egyptian scarabs, which are still being dug up by archaeologists, “survive against hopeless odds”. You could say the same about his band, Fleetwood Mac.

Founded by Fleetwood, John McVie and Peter Green in 1967, it is routinely compared to a dysfunctional family. The band’s fame peaked, along with their excesses, around the time of the album Rumours in 1977. A Rolling Stone cover featured the two couples – Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, and Christine and John McVie – and Fleetwood, in a giant bed, but with everybody next to the wrong partner, which was more than just some art director’s mischievous wheeze.

Both the McVie and the Buckingham/Nicks relationship fell apart during the recording of Rumours, and not long afterwards, Fleetwood had an affair with Nicks before dumping her for her best friend, Sara Recor, whom the drummer went on to marry. All the while, the band were trying to squeeze the most out of every millisecond, all of them excessive, consuming giant amounts of cocaine. They would have hotel rooms repainted in advance of their arrival and insist on having fleets of limos put at their disposal. Nicks would demand there was a grand piano in her suite. Fleetwood Mac were patron saints of the ridiculous tour rider.

It was all fabulous and depraved and, at its worst, none of the band members was even talking to each other. Yet somehow they carried on, realising that the drama was also creating great art (and making them enormous sums of money). To date Rumours has sold more than 45 million copies and is one of the biggest-selling albums of all time.

Buckingham was out of the band for 16 years – between 1987 and 1997. Christine McVie only returned this year after a similar period of absence.

But throughout it all Fleetwood has remained wedded to the cause, chivvying his bandmates to patch up their differences. As we chat, guitars, amps and various other musical instruments are being collected from the house to prepare for another reunion tour that could last a year.

Full Interview at The Telegraph

'King of Toot' Mick Fleetwood spills on his band, his lovers and $60 million habit

October 26, 2014 issue of New York Post

Mick Fleetwood on sex, rock ‘n’ roll and his $60M drug habit
By Larry Getlen
New York Post
October 26, 2014

When drummer Mick Fleetwood joined the popular UK band John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers in 1967, he replaced a well-liked drummer named Aynsley Dunbar.

At his first gig with the band, the audience made their displeasure clear.

“Where’s Aynsley?” people yelled. “Who the hell is that?”

As the crowd booed through the first song, the band’s bassist “stopped and started waving his arms until the rest of the band halted as well.” Then, he stepped up to the mic.

“‘Hey,’ he shouted. ‘Why don’t you f— off? Just listen. Listen to him play. Then boo if you want.”

Fleetwood and the bassist, John McVie, had known each other for a bit. But in Fleetwood’s eyes, this one courageous act cemented their friendship, setting the course for one of rock ’n’ roll’s greatest and most tumultuous odysseys.

In his new memoir, Fleetwood documents his wild life, including how the creation of 1977’s “Rumours,” one of the best-selling albums of all time, almost drove the band insane.

Fleetwood, born in England in the wake of Nazi destruction, was dyslexic at a time before the condition was easily recognized. This led to tough times at school and the beginnings of a casual, non-technical, inexplicable drumming style that none of his collaborators would ever be able to fully comprehend.

He dropped out of school at 15, moved into his older sister’s attic in London and played with a band called the Cheynes, which opened for the Yardbirds and the Rolling Stones back when they were little more than local cover bands.

Shy, geeky, and 6-foot-6, Fleetwood didn’t lose his virginity until 18 despite the looseness of the era and the growing popularity of his own bands, which he calls, “kind of pathetic.”

Still, he was quickly hanging with the hip crowd. He became good friends with Stones guitarist Brian Jones, who he calls “a special soul, in many ways far too sensitive and perceptive for this world.” Who drummer Keith Moon was also a friend and introduced Fleetwood to “a little pill called methadrin.”

Full article at New York Post

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Review: Fleetwood Mac Live in Toronto Oct 18, 2014 by @TMakWorld

by T-Mak
October 20, 2014 – The last couple of years proved to be a very interesting year for Fleetwood Mac and T-Mak World. As a huge fan of the band I was able to purchase a front row center ticket for the band and wrote a very detailed review as seen from the holy grail of concert seating which any fan of the band should read here. Furthermore that review included a Mick Fleetwood Meet and Greet and I wrote up about that experience as well (read here). As if that experience wasn’t amazing enough I was also able to see them at a private function in Las Vegas in a hall that resembled a big wedding style banquet hall – that review can be read here. As if those experiences weren’t enough we now add a show in Toronto that included the return of the amazing Christine McVie and completed the classic 70′s lineup.

Let me tell you this was one hot ticket.... Continue to the full review with photos

Mick Fleetwood "Play On" UK Book Tour and Meet & Greet - London and Liverpool

An evening with Mick Fleetwood
Play on: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac 
Oh Me Oh My, West Africa House, 25 Water Street Liverpool L2 0RG

Tuesday, 4 November 2014, 7:00PM

Tickets £25 including a pre-signed bookplated copy of Play On available online. (booking fee will apply).

One of music’s greatest drummers & co-founder of Fleetwood Mac will be discussing his eagerly anticipated autobiography Play On: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac.

Admission £25.00

Meet Mick Fleetwood
Play on: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac
203 - 206 Piccadilly

Friday, 7 November 2014, 5:00PM
One of music’s greatest drummers & co-founder of Fleetwood Mac will be signing copies of his eagerly anticipated autobiography Play On: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac. Access to the queue will be on a first come first served basis. Mick Fleetwood will sign copies of Play On only. Due to time restraints there will be no opportunity for posed photography.

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Play on: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac will be released on October 30th in the UK

Reviews | Photos | Video: Fleetwood Mac celebrates hits with help from Kid Rock

Fleetwood Mac Live in Detroit
the Palace of Auburn Hills
October 22, 2014

by Adam Graham
The Detroit News

Photo by Steve Perez - View Photo Gallery
Fleetwood Mac celebrated its long history with a two-and-a-half hour concert at the Palace Wednesday that saw a cameo from hometown rocker Kid Rock.

Yesterday's gone, as the song goes, but it was a celebration of yesterdays gone at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday night as Fleetwood Mac hit the stage for a 2 1/2 hour love fest honoring keyboardist Christine McVie's return to the band after a 16-year absence. It was an occasion to look back at the group's legacy with fresh eyes, even though it had only been a year since the band — sans McVie — had been here in concert.

Even Kid Rock got in on the action, hitting the stage midway through the show after Lindsey Buckingham dedicated "Big Love" to the hometown rocker and Stevie Nicks mentioned him during her intro to "Landslide." As "Landslide" was coming to a close, Rock hustled onto the stage — his American Badass trucker hat atop his head — and stood behind Nicks, wrapping his arms around her in a reverse bear hug. Rock's appearance brought the crowd to its feet and jump-started the show's revved-up second half.

Rock's walk-on aside, it was McVie's night to shine, and she brought a wave of early cheers two songs into the show when her signature vocals opened "You Make Loving Fun." "Thank you Detroit!" she exclaimed at the close of the song. (The current tour marks her first outing with the band since 1998's campaign behind "The Dance.")

"I guess you did notice there is yet another blonde on the stage," Nicks said after McVie's brief hellos. "Two blondes are better than one!" She then asked McVie, "where you been?" but the answer was beside the point. This tour is about the famously contentious band coming back together for one more go-round and fans having one more shot at seeing them back together.

The packed house proved there was plenty of interest in the billing, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers delivered a solid 24-song show of hits and album cuts from its long and winding history. Everyone got a chance to shine, from Mick Fleetwood's carnival ride drum solo in "World Turning" to Nicks' free-form interpretive dance during "Gold Dust Woman," but it was Buckingham's searing guitar solo during "I'm So Afraid" that was the night's highlight.

The band's stage set-up was simple, with a largely open stage backed by a stage-length video screen that projected on-the-nose images cued to the songs (gold dust and a woman during "Gold Dust Woman," for example). The band was augmented by several auxiliary musicians and a trio of backup singers, who added ghostly howls to "Sisters of the Moon."

The interplay between the band members was lively, especially with Buckingham and Nicks, who took on "Landslide" together. Buckingham joined McVie at the close of the show for a poignant reading of "Songbird," a quiet capper on the night after a free-wheeling "Silver Springs" brought the first encore to its end.

It's clear McVie's return has energized the band, sparking "a brand new, beautiful, profound, poetic chapter that will bear much fruit," as Buckingham put it at one point. Yet for all the talk about the group's future, Wednesday's show was a nostalgia play, the youngest songs in the set older than this year's Rock Hall nominees. Not that there's anything wrong with that, and there's plenty to be said for playing the hits to a receptive audience. But call it what it is.

"Don't Stop" came late in the show, and while the song's and the band's optimistic message still rings, it's an ironic anthem for a band that is focused on raising a glass to yesterday.

Above photos by Steve Perez

Rejuvenated Fleetwood Mac delivers at The Palace of Auburn Hills
By Dustin Blitchok
The Oakland Press

Above photos by Ken Settle 

AUBURN HILLS >> Two songs into Wednesday’s Fleetwood Mac show at The Palace of Auburn Hills, Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks faced each other as they chorused: “I never did believe in miracles, but I’ve a feeling it’s time to try.”

McVie’s return to the Mac is something of a rock ‘n’ roll miracle, and she was welcomed with a roar. As Nicks said after “You Make Loving Fun” wrapped: “Two blondes, more fun!”

The last time the “Rumors” lineup — Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, McVie, her ex-husband John and Nicks — walked off the Palace stage together was Nov. 21, 1997, during “The Dance” tour. Seventeen years later, they played a rejuvenated show that celebrated McVie’s return, relied on the hits and gave a nod to the band’s place in pop culture today.

The reunion means a more balanced division of labor than when the group visited Joe Louis Arena last year as a four-piece. Of the 24 songs Wednesday, McVie, 71, sang lead on about a third of them. Her voice remains supple, and displayed surprising clarity and range when she reached back to her first hit, 1975’s “Over My Head.”

Fleetwood, 67, came to the front of the stage and played a portable kit, giving the song an intimate feeling with all five members in close quarters.

Nearly every catchy McVie single made an appearance, including “Say You Love Me,” “Little Lies” and “Everywhere,” when she came out from behind the keyboard and sang up front with maracas in hand.

“Thank you guys, for letting me do this again,” she said.

McVie’s ex-husband was another reason the “On With The Show” tour seemed unlikely. The group canceled a tour of Australia and New Zealand last year when the stoic bassist was diagnosed with cancer, but he returned after completing treatment.

Nicks, 66, brought more energy than she has in years. “Dreams, “Rhiannon” and “Sisters of the Moon” came early, as did 1987’s “Seven Wonders,” resurrected after Nicks’ appearance on the TV show “American Horror Story” this year.

Nicks’ voice isn’t the same instrument it was three decades ago, but she warmed considerably as the show went on and hit a first peak on “Landslide,” standing with ex-boyfriend Buckingham, 65.

The guitarist had referenced “Mr. Ritchie” earlier, but Kid Rock’s appearance came at an unexpected moment. The Clarkston rocker, wearing an “American Badass” baseball cap, surprised Nicks just as she was finishing “Landslide,” giving her a hug and peck on the cheek.

Buckingham, the Tasmanian devil of the band, leapt across the stage in jeans that could’ve been taken from a Brooklyn hipster, yipped, shrieked and, later, ended “I’m So Afraid” by pawing at the guitar with his hands.

“Fleetwood Mac is a band that has somehow grown, evolved and really persevered through the good times and the bad, and that is clearly a part of what makes us what we are,” he said.

The deepest cut in an otherwise greatest hits set was “I Know I’m Not Wrong,” a track from “Tusk,” the eclectic double LP that followed “Rumors.”

The intro to the “Tusk” album’s title track was given a jazzy spin before building into a crescendo, with McVie picking up an accordion and clips running on the big screen of the USC marching band that played on the record.

Nicks showed a return to form with “Gold Dust Woman,” walking out for the song with a gold shawl over her black outfit. The band stretched the “Rumors” closing track to twice its original length, and Nicks vamped, wailed and twirled in the way that made her famous, before doing a long interpretative dance.

The first encore, “World Turning,” felt complete again with McVie’s voice back in the mix, and Fleetwood stirred up the audience with wild barks and catcalls during his drum solo. Then it was “Don’t Stop” and “Silver Springs,” after which Nicks and McVie walked off stage with hands linked.

Fleetwood Mac’s return to Auburn Hills ended with a simple, circular spotlight on McVie, who sat at the piano for “Songbird,” just the way shows on the “Rumors” tour were closed.

Fleetwood was the last to leave the stage.

“Remember, the Mac is most definitely back!”

Stevie Nicks explains Kid Rock song dedication during Fleetwood Mac concert

By Gary Graff
The Oakland Press

Stevie Nick’s dedication of “Landslide” to Kid Rock caught fans -- and Kid Rock himself -- by surprise on Wednesday night, Oct. 23, during Fleetwood Mac’s concert at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

But Nicks says it was a heartfelt gesture, and that Rock walking on stage to embrace her was “an unforgettable moment.”

“I have known Kid since 2001~ and we have had a very special friendship ever since,” Nicks said Thursday via e.mail. “We had the special opportunity to spend four days at the Montreaux Jazz Festival in 2006 with (the late Atlantic Records co-founder) Ahmet Ertegun, me, Kid, Robert Plant, Stevie Winwood, Nile Rodgers, Chaka Khan and more -- each of us hand-picked by Ahmet~.

“It was adult summer camp in Switzerland. We relate on many levels. Behind (Rock’s) crazy flamboyance lies the most amazing person. We have always joked that if I had had a child~ it would have been him. From that comes the dedication on stage during the Detroit show.”

After Nicks announced the song dedication, Rock strolled on stage, embraced her from behind and kissed her on the cheek. The two remained in a kind of slow dance until the song finished, when Nicks turned around to return the hug and kiss. Rock also embraced Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham on the way off stage.

Rock said Thursday that he knows Nicks “pretty well through the last 10 years. Stevie has always declared me ‘the rock n roll love child’ she never had.” Going on stage, he added, was a “spontaneous” decision. “I told Stevie when I surprised her that her security was not very good -- joking, of course,” he said. “They sounded great, I thought.”

104.3 WOMC welcomed Fleetwood Mac to the Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday October 22, 2014
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Beautiful shots of the band by Chris Schwegler 

LANDSLIDE (Kid Rock comes in at the end)


Video: Fleetwood Mac "The Chain" Indianapolis - two cam mix

Fleetwood Mac Live in Indianapolis, IN
Bankers Life Field House
October 21, 2014

This is interesting... and quite good! Two cam mix shot from both sides of the stage.

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