Wednesday, March 18, 2015

REVIEW Fleetwood Mac brought their On With the Show Tour to the Greensboro

PHOTO: JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ
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Fleetwood Mac enthusiastically together again
By Eddie Huffman/Special to News & Record

Stevie Nicks moved to the side of the stage to pound her tassled tambourine at the Greensboro Coliseum on Tuesday night while the other members of Fleetwood Mac wailed on “Go Your Own Way.” As she walked behind Christine McVie, Nicks gave her a gentle pat on the back.
 
It was a fleeting, seemingly offhand gesture, but it summed up the way the band members appear to feel about each other 40 years after this version of the group first coalesced. Christine McVie, who first joined Fleetwood Mac in 1970, returned last year after a 16-year absence. The rest of the group seemed delighted to have her back.

Full Review at News-Record.com

Fleetwood Mac bring the hits, Christine McVie to Greensboro
Triangle Music

The full classic lineup of Fleetwood Mac brought their On With the Show Tour to the Greensboro Coliseum last night and they brought nothing but hits, including all the great Christine McVie classics that her return has brought back to the set list.

The band kicked things off with "The Chain" and the hits poured out throughout the set. Each member's songs balance each other so well. Buckingham brought the intensity with "Tusk," "Big Love," "I'm So Afraid" and "Go Your Own Way." Nicks brings the ethereal magic with "Dreams," "Gypsy," "Sisters of the Moon" and "Gold Dust Woman." McVie brings a her fantastic pop tunes with "You Make Loving Fun," "Everywhere," Say You Love Me" and "Little Lies." They each compliment each other's tunes so well that it makes for a solid, dynamic set.

Continue to the full review at Triangle Music Blog


THE FIRST SIX SONGS FROM THE SHOW
1.The Chain
2.You Make Loving Fun
3.Dreams
4.Second Hand News
5.Rhiannon
6.Everywhere


GYPSY (WITH INTRO)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Having read the full review, I can only presume that it's Stevie who was unwell seeing that two of her songs were missing from the set, but also, yet again there was no Songbird at the end. I guess I shouldn't follow the reviews and set my hopes too high for the London shows as things can always change but I really hope the whole band will be fit and well to deliver a full show without cutting songs, especially Seven Wonders as I was delighted to hear that was back in the set and I've never had the honor of seeing and hearing Christine do Songbird live. Overall I suppose I'll be over the moon to be in the front row, so close to my heroes regardless of which songs are played but equally I would feel short changed having paid so much to then get a shortened concert.

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