Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Fleetwood Mac deal in poles: their songs are heavy and quick, rousing and sad, massive and massively vulnerable

Fleetwood Mac Live at Chicago’s Allstate Arena
February 14, 2015
by Sasha Geffen
Consequence of Sound

Photos by Amanda Koellner
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Maybe Fleetwood Mac will still be doing what they do 20 years from now. It wouldn’t surprise me. They lived through peak self-destruction, through the decades when bands were losing members left and right to the side effects of 20th century music culture, lived through the years when fame sounded a lot like a death knell. They endured more fractures in public than many people have to deal with in private. But Fleetwood Mac were lucky. They made it out.

They know it, too, and they couldn’t be more grateful. Playing the 56th night of their On with the Show tour on Valentine’s Day at Chicago’s Allstate Arena, the band emerged to an audience of thousands on a stage decorated with bouquets of red roses. This is Fleetwood Mac’s first tour with Christine McVie since she quit the band in 1998, and her presence lent the concert the feel of a warm, comfortable family reunion with the most bohemian aunts and uncles you've got.

Full Review at Consequence of Sound + really amazing photos that you have to check out.

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1 comment:

John Seger said...

Damn! Stevie looks so sexy, young and shapely in these pics. Might be the slimmest she's been since the "Rock a Little" era.

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