Tuesday, February 07, 2017

New Book: Love that Burns - A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac by Mick Fleetwood - will speak at SXSW

Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood is among a large group of speakers announced today for this year’s South by Southwest daytime conference lineup.

Fleetwood’s appearance is related to his upcoming book “Love That Burns: A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac” via Genesis Publications.

Fleetwood Mac, a band that boasts some of the highest-selling records of all time, has weathered countless trials and tribulations on the road to success. Mick Fleetwood, legendary drummer and founding member speaks with Rolling Stone magazine's David Fricke, unravelling the dramatic history of a band that emerged from the British Blues Boom. The discussion will be illustrated with rare images selected from the forthcoming collaboration with Genesis Publications, the limited edition Love that Burns - A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac.

Love that Burns - A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac is Mick Fleetwood's account of the early blues era of Fleetwood Mac and the musical legacy of the uniquely talented Peter Green. Beautifully produced in the Genesis tradition, each handcrafted book, limited to 2,000 numbered copies worldwide, will be signed by the artist.

To celebrate the announcement of this collaboration, Genesis Publications are offering an exclusive SXSW VIP package to a small group of early book buyers. Join us at the official SXSW event, be among the first to secure your number in the edition, enjoy an invitation to a VIP 'meet & greet' and have your copy personally dedicated by Mick Fleetwood through a commemorative bookplate.

Mick will speak from 5-6PM on March 15 in Room 16AB of the Austin Convention Center. 

Signed limited edition book
Meet & greet with Mick Fleetwood
Event Attendance: Mick Fleetwood in conversation with David Fricke
One day festival pass
Price: £455 / $555

For more information on the book visit: www.fleetwoodmacbook.com


Anonymous said...

Oh good lord. Talk about a $ grab. Shame on him. Enough is enough. People have the nerve to call Nicks mercenary where her well deserved fortune is concerned. At least she isn't planning on writing her memoirs until her deathbed ~ if then.

Anonymous said...

I adore Mick. He is very well spoken & a natural historian. But is this 3 or 4 books? Maybe he should write one exclusively on his own shortcomings.

Anonymous said...

Stevie doesn't need to write books every other year. She has two enormous successful careers and as a writer receives enormous royalties where as Mick does not. He needs a revenue stream.

Anonymous said...

How rude forthe Founding original never left member for trying to earn money telling the mac story, which he has had a 100% part in. I mean it's so greedy! Mick Fleetwood has given everything for Fleetwood Mac. I'm not certain why he gets so attacked for attempting to make money.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the same reason Stevie Nicks gets ridiculed for being the primary reason they sell tickets today and for remaining relevant. She keeps the whole FM enterprise in the public
eye. None of the others are capable of filling a
small shed or theatre. Other than Mick, everyone else remains in seclusion until ca$h-in time.

Anonymous said...

It baffles and disturbs me deeply that this site has become a toxic source of innuendo that only the five members of Fleetwood Mac really know anything about. As a world wide beloved band that has experienced the kind of fame and notoriety few others have i think they deserve credit for knowing exactly what they are doing. They are the experts and they more than anyone else know the intrinsic value each bring to the table. They have all been at this long enough. To still be this famous and revered at their respective ages and to be pulling in the kind of attendance they do as FM & Nicks solo tells me they know exactly what they are doing. Let's shut up & listen.

Anonymous said...

I am looking forward to hearing Mick drum again, hopefully Mick plays drums on the new Buckingham Mc Vie album!

Mick Fleetwood is a legend...

I wish Black Sabbath would have asked Mick Fleetwood to play drums for their 13 album after Bill Ward decided not to drum for that album. Black Sabbath and Fleetwood Mac both started out as English Blues bands.

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