Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Candid Shots of Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood in Toronto



Well this is pretty cool!
Fleetwood Mac touches down in Toronto

Autograph seeker / collector Bryan of The Signature Library seeked and succeeded in acquiring Fleetwood Mac signatures to add to his collection.  He met up with 3 members of the band while they were in Toronto this week.  Read about his experience on his The Signature Library blog   

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

How on earth did he get that close to Stevie in a non-backstage controlled setting. The only thing i can imagine is that this happened outside the hotel and that fir some strange reason Stevie and Karen decided to stop.

Anonymous said...

Ditto! How does one get that fortunate? Certainly not random!

Anonymous said...

Is Stevie wearing fur??

Anonymous said...

It would have been nice to have seen this type of thing done at the "premiere" of the documentary in the Hamptons. Normally Stevie does not sign things nor take photos with fans unless it's in a backstage setting. I wonder why this event was different?

Anonymous said...

I was at the Hamptons Premiere as well, and I was very disappointed that Stevie did not take the time to speak to some of her fans. There was approx. 15 people waiting when she came out, and she blew by us without even saying a word. Guess we weren't all that important after all.

Anonymous said...

Oh please, people.
If I were Stevie I would be so fucking sick have feeling like I have to stop to sign autographs. Can you imagine how exhausting that would be?
Good for her for not feeling like she needs to indulge every request.
She's not a fame-seeker like Madonna - she's a singer in a band that happened to become incredibly huge. Allow her some privacy without making it all about you.

Anonymous said...

I attended 4 Q&A's, including the Hamptons, and Stevie blew by us as well. She can KEEP her autograph, I don't NEED it and I DON'T want it, but a smile or a quick Hi is not too much to ask for. IT'S NOT INDULGING IN SOMEONES REQUEST....IT IS CALLED HAVING RESPECT FOR YOUR FANS.

Anonymous said...

I SEE he is a signature seeker, im surprised she agreed as entertainers do NOT like their signatures sold 2nd hand for the person to make money off them, heard this from many musicians. same with scalpers their unliked. as for steveie signing it, its was obvious he had the privilige, other pictures from f mac band most likely he found out their where abouts like all fans do so. he sure got very lucky with Stephanie, i do AGREE with the fans though, its the fans who got the band in higher power in the music industry and kept them strong and going for many yrs , even Fleetwood Mac thanks the fans for this during concert , when they ruin into you no matter where, they should appreaciate their fans, ESPECIALLY when their surrounded by fans, after all thats who got them where they are today.

Anonymous said...

I was at the Q&A and screening in The Hamptons and Stevie said hello to us in the theatre on her way to the stage after the viewing. She walked by us (coincidentally she was sitting close to us in the theatre) and when she walked by we told her we loved it and she was very happy, personable, and said thank you and gave us a big smile. It would have gotten out of control if she started signing. I really think she tries to be careful around crowds. At the B&N signing in NY a couple years ago she loved signing the CDs for us and was very chatty, and genuinely nice. That was a very controlled environment with lots of security.

Anonymous said...

Lindsey Buckingham looks like a mummy I saw while I visited Egypt. He's 63 or 64, right? He looks at least 87.

Anonymous said...

If that is what a mummy looks like, then bury me in a pyramid. Oh Daddy.

Anonymous said...

I have met Stevie a couple of times over the past several years, some of which were charity events which I donated to, other opportunities were of different circumstances. She was very nice, down to earth, and genuinely does appreciate her fans. However, in the situation of the Hamptons screening, being that it was the “premiere” of the documentary, I do believe something different could have been done to show that appreciation. A few minutes with the handful of fans whom I saw standing out there to say hello or hand Stevie a gift to show their appreciation for all of her years of music (and the documentary) that have taken them through the good times and the bad, rather than being whisked away as she usually is would have been appropriate. It would have meant so much to the “died-in-the-wool” fans who have followed her since the Buckingham/Nicks days, and not just those who patronize the theater, some of which had no idea who “he” even was.

Anonymous said...

Lindsey looks "HOT" damn good for his age and his voice is so strong. One sexy package in my opinion. The best guitarist out there. Who can even touch him.

Jill said...

I think just the gray hair makes Lindsey look older. If it was dyed dark he would still look pretty young. Either way I think he looks smokin! Age has been kind to him and especially Stevie.

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