Friday, August 31, 2018


OCTOBER 12, 2018

THE DANCE - 1997
Historic 1997 Live Reunion Of Classic '70s Line-Up In Celebration Of Rumours' 20th Anniversary Available On Vinyl For the First Time!

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Fleetwood Mac's landmark 1977 album Rumours, the powerhouse '70s Fleetwood Mac lineup - Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie and John McVie - reunited for a historic national tour and this extraordinary live album recorded for an MTV special at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, CA. The beloved incarnation's first together since 1987's Tango In The Night and the band's first No. 1 since 1982's Mirage, the 5x platinum affair features compelling new versions of classic material like "The Chain," "Go Your Own Way," "Landslide," "Rhiannon," "Dreams" and "Silver Springs" alongside fine new additions such as "Bleed to Love Her," "Temporary One" and "Sweet Girl." The Dance ultimately became the fifth best-selling live album of all time in the U.S.

Disc: 1
  1. The Chain (Live)
  2. Dreams (Live)
  3. Everywhere (Live)
  4. Rhiannon (Live)
Disc: 2
  1. I'm So Afraid (Live)
  2. Temporary One (Live)
  3. Bleed To Love Her (Live)
  4. Big Love (Live)
Disc: 3
  1. Landslide (Live)
  2. Say You Love Me (Live)
  3. My Little Demon (Live)
  4. Silver Springs (Live)
Disc: 4
  1. You Make Loving Fun (Live)
  2. Sweet Girl (Live)
  3. Go Your Own Way (Live)
  4. Tusk (Live)
  5. Don't Stop (Live)

Fleetwood Mac's 2003 reunion album Say You Will served as the band's first studio effort since 1995's Time and currently stands as their final studio release to date. Although the majority of the classic '70s line-up returns to the fold here including Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, Christine McVie opted out (she does appear as a guest on a few tracks but doesn't contribute as a songwriter). Say You Will also marks the first appearance of superstar duo Buckingham and Nicks together on a Fleetwood Mac record since 1987's triple platinum Tango in the Night and they each offer up a diplomatic nine songs apiece which frequently recapture their past melodic and melodramatic glory.

Disc: 1
  1. What's The World Coming To
  2. Murrow Turning Over In His Grave
  3. Illume (9-11)
  4. Thrown Down
Disc: 2
  1. Miranda
  2. Red Rover
  3. Say You Will
  4. Peacekeeper
Disc: 3
  1. Come
  2. Smile At You
  3. Running Through The Garden
  4. Silver Girl
  5. Steal Your Heart Away
Disc: 4
  1. Bleed To Love Her
  2. Everybody Finds Out
  3. Destiny Rules
  4. Say Goodbye
  5. Goodbye Baby

Wednesday, August 29, 2018


Check this out... Looks like a great read! 



I have worked in the music and sound business for over forty years. I started in the early 1970’s before programmable drum machines and auto tune. It was a time when only NASA had lasers and techs. The sound systems were stacked right on the stage and fog machines weren’t required to fill the room with smoke. 

In 1975 I was hired away from my sound company by Fleetwood Mac to drive a truck for their first tour with new members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. For the next seven years I worked full time as truck driver, equipment guy, stage manager, guitar tuner, accountant, onstage guitar player, electronics guru, caterer, Rastafarian, bartender, chauffeur, security guard, baby sitter (child and adult), mechanic and medic. Traditionally known as a roadie. Many came and went but I was the only one besides the faithful Judy Wong who was there full time from beginning to end. It was a rare and supernatural ride void of game plan. Talent, instinct and destiny were the driving forces. As the band’s success grew, so did the power and chaos. There was an unstoppable energy that fed on itself and continually propelled us forward. Every week was more and bigger. More records sold and more sold out shows. Longer trucks with more equipment for bigger stages. Never-ending months in the studio. Extra buses and nicer planes. More, bigger, longer and louder was our normal.

This was the beginning of the golden age of the business of live rock and roll and the early years of large scale tour production. There was a lot of money to be made playing in sports arenas and football stadiums. A new business model was inspiring long-haired innovators and entrepreneurs to elevate the aesthetics of live music events. This was done while raking in huge piles of partially accounted for cash. Creativity, commerce and the counterculture merged and clamored for a hip place on the grid. Fleetwood Mac and I landed right in the middle of this uncharted territory. We survived and succeeded the only way we knew how-on our own terms.

Between 1992 and 2009 I worked exclusively for Lindsey Buckingham. We recorded a number of albums in his home studio and embarked on numerous solo tours. Lindsey was often asked in interviews to compare those efforts to Fleetwood Mac and was fond of calling one the "small machine" and the other the "big machine." In May of 1975 when I started with the band, Fleetwood Mac was a very small machine but their signature sound and musicality was already apparent. Forty years later the band has assembled their largest machine ever. As the group and their fans celebrate the return of Christine Mcvie to the stage, I am warmed with the memories of the early days and simpler times. Without the great Peter Green, there would never have been a Fleetwood Mac, but for me, the five musicians who mae up the band in 1975 were the defining formation of the group. No producer, manager, lawyer, or floor of accountants could have put them together. In spite of the countless emotions that drive them apart, the band couldn't and still can't, deny the musical magnetism that keeps them playing together. I was immersed in a potent and enticing stew that was too compelling for a sheltered kid from the Midwest to walk away from. i made myself a safe place in the eye of the storm keeping all of the band's toys working and accounted for. I acquired miles of rope while avoiding to hang myself with it. In additon, I aslso played guitar on stage with the band for every show between 1977 and 1982.

A lot of international attention has been stirred up by the enormous success of the band's recent reunion. Their colorful history and survival instincts are recounted in the media worldwide. When a LIFE magazine reporter contacted me for background information for the publication’s tribute to the band. His first question to me was “How do you become a roadie for Fleetwood Mac?” John McVie’s answer would be that I must have lost a bet but there's a lot more to it than that.

Available now on AMAZON


Within days of one another.. Lindsey first joined Instagram and Stevie followed - either reactivating her account or re-joined. She had an account previously around 2014 that was official but was deactivated after the 24 Karat Gold album ran it's course.

Check them both out... @lindseybuckingham and @stevienicks

Sunday, August 19, 2018

First Photo of Stevie Nicks on the set of American Horror Story season 8

The Coven Returns. 
What a thrilling night with the legend Stevie Nicks on the set of AHS. - Ryan Murphy

Tuesday, August 14, 2018






LOS ANGELES - Lindsey Buckingham is widely considered one of the greatest guitarists and songwriters and musical expressionists of our time. A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and 3 time GRAMMY winner, Buckingham is best known as the producer, guitarist, vocalist and chief songwriter for Fleetwood Mac and as a widely celebrated solo artist. His forthcoming Solo Anthology - The Best of Lindsey Buckingham is a comprehensive record of this illustrious career. Out October 5 on Rhino Records, Buckingham's Solo Anthology will be released as a 3-disc set on CD and digitally and will also be available as a single disc abridged release. A 6-LP vinyl release is slated for November 23. The album is available for pre-order now.

Solo Anthology - The Best of Lindsey Buckingham includes album, live and alternate versions of some of Lindsey's celebrated solo albums including cuts from Law and Order, Go Insane, Out of the Cradle, Under the Skin, Gift of Screws and Seeds We Sow and incorporates songs from his collaborative album with Christine McVie released in 2017. The anthology features Buckingham's film work with "Holiday Road" and "Dancin Across The USA" from the 1983 motion picture soundtrack to National Lampoon's Vacation and "Time Bomb Town" from 1985's Back to the Future. Live versions of Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk" and "Go Your Own Way" round out the album, but the most thrilling tracks come in the form of two new songs that have never before been released, "Hunger" and "Ride This Road."

This fall Lindsey Buckingham will head out on a North American Tour in support of his Solo Anthology. The tour kicks off at Revolution Hall in Portland, OR on October 7 and highlights include the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles on October 12 and Town Hall in New York on December 4. Every ticket purchased online for the Lindsey Buckingham tour includes a CD or digital copy of the single-disc version of the new Anthology. Fans will receive instructions via email on how to redeem the album after ticket purchase. Tickets begin going on sale this Friday. Please visit for further information.  Entire Press Release


This fall Lindsey Buckingham will head out on a North American Tour in support of his Solo Anthology. The tour kicks off at Revolution Hall in Portland, OR on October 7th, with highlights along the way, including LA's Orpheum Theatre and Town Hall in New York. Tickets will be on sale from Friday, August 17th.

Every ticket purchased online for the Lindsey Buckingham tour includes a CD or digital copy of the new Anthology.* Fans will receive instructions via email on how to redeem their album after ticket purchase.

*Dates not included in the ticket bundle.

Tuesday, August 07, 2018

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM Live in Melbourne, FL Oct 28, 2018

The first date has shown up for Lindsey's reported Fall Tour.

I encourage everybody in Melbourne or any other stop on this tour to see a show!! You will not be disappointed. Lindsey and his band put on an AMAZING show. Awesome sound, really great energy, intimate atmosphere. You can't beat that!... And for a fraction of seeing a large arena show.

Elko Concerts presents
Lindsey Buckingham
Sun, October 28, 2018
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
King Center of the Performing Arts 
(Melbourne, FL)

On Sale
Fri, August 17, 2018
12:00 pm EDT

King Center of the Performing Arts (Melbourne, FL)
3865 N. Wickham Road
Melbourne, FL, 32934

American guitarist, singer, composer and producer, born October 3, 1949 in Atherton, California, USA. Guitarist and male lead singer of Fleetwood Mac from 1975 to 1987 and 1997 to 2018. Inducted to the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame (Fleetwood Mac) in 1998.

Stevie Nicks Returns To American Horror Story "Apocalypse"

Creator Ryan Murphy tweeted today... Season 8 of the series will be a crossover between the “American Horror Story” seasons “Murder House” and “Coven,” which were the first and third seasons of the show, respectively. It will debut on Sept. 12.

Mick Fleetwood "In truthful language, we just weren’t happy"

Mick Fleetwood Opens Up About His Rock Photography, Fleetwood Mac's Tour & Lindsey Buckingham's Departure


On Saturday night (Aug. 4) in Los Angeles, Fleetwood -- who is in town rehearsing for the upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour -- popped by the Sunset Marquis Hotel in conjunction with the Morrison Hotel Gallery to showcase a selection of his favorite music shots, which included candid photos of the likes of Keith Richards, John Lee Hooker and bandmate Stevie Nicks.
Billboard caught up with Fleetwood on site to discuss his love of rock photography, his secret mission to infiltrate the stash of early Fleetwood Mac shots that McVie has been holding hostage and what he’s most looking forward to about his band’s upcoming tour.

What are you most looking forward to about the upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour?

We’re very excited. Obviously this is a huge change with the advent of Lindsey Buckingham not being a part of Fleetwood Mac. We all wish him well and all the rest of it.
In truthful language, we just weren’t happy. And I’ll leave it at that in terms of the dynamic.
And he’s going out on the road more or less the same time I think -- not in the same places, I hope (laughs).
So we’re with Mike Campbell from Tom Petty and Neil Finn from Crowded House -- both really credible gentleman and really talented. We are a week into rehearsals and it’s going really well and we’re looking forward, in true Fleetwood Mac style. If you know anything about the history of this band, it’s sort of peppered with this type of dramatic stuff. It’s a strange band really.
It’s ironic that we have a 50-year package coming out with all the old blues stuff with Peter Green, all the incarnations of Fleetwood Mac, which was not of course planned.
But that’s what we’re feeling, especially myself and John, having been in Fleetwood Mac for 55 years. So it’s exciting, totally challenging in the whole creative part of it, and we’re really loving it.
We’re just looking at a whole 18 months on-and-off of trekking around the world like we normally do and having it be fun.
Full article at Billboard

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

LISTEN LeAnne Rimes and Stevie Nicks Duet 'Borrowed'

Hear LeAnn Rimes and Stevie Nicks' Delicate Duet 'Borrowed (Re-Imagined)'
Collaborative version of bittersweet ballad featured on Rimes' 'Re-Imagined' EP was "our destiny," says Nicks


The day before LeAnn Rimes releases her Re-Imagined EP, a collection putting unique new spins on some of her best-known songs, the country-pop powerhouse unleashes another surprise track from the collection. And this one comes with a bona fide rock superstar attached. Stevie Nicks, whose work as a solo artist ands as a member of Fleetwood Mac have influenced Rimes for decades, joins her on an updated rendition of "Borrowed," a track originally featured on Rimes' brilliant, yet underappreciated, 2013 LP Spitfire.

Written by Rimes with Darrell Brown and Dan Wilson, and produced by Rimes, Brown and Nicks with famed guitarist Waddy Wachtel, this updated version of "Borrowed" finds the two singers sharing melody and harmony, imbuing the tune with emotional depth yet never overpowering each other. The result is a bittersweet country ballad with just a touch of glittering pop-rock magic.

Nicks, who refers to the "How Do I Live" singer as "the best I have ever sung with," notes that she chose to record "Borrowed" for Re-Imagined after Rimes sang it on The Tonight Show in 2013.

"I stopped in my tracks and sat down on the floor and started to cry," the rock icon tells Rolling Stone. "I understood what she was singing about. I understood that the pain was real... and I understood that it had happened to me. When the song ended, I called my assistant to tell her that one day, I would sing this song with LeAnn. It was our destiny."

Nicks, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with her Fleetwood Mac cohorts, says of Rimes as a vocalist, "You can't compete with her; you can only keep up with her. To sing with her is to be blessed. She teaches you; she takes you along for the ride. She takes you on her journey and you arrive a much better singer."

"Stevie has been inspiring me as a songwriter and performer since I can remember," adds Rimes. "To know that my music has seeped its way into her heart the way her music has into mine is magical. Connecting with her, not only musically, but on a soul level – understanding what it's like to be a woman with passion, a pen and a desire to tell the most authentic, heartfelt truth through song, has been an experience that's forever left an imprint on my life."

The Re-Imagined EP, also featuring newly crafted versions of such Rimes hits as "Blue," "How Do I Live" and "Can't Fight the Moonlight," is available June 20th.

Check out their interview on Wednesday on BBC Radio 2 in the UK after the 8am hour.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Mick Fleetwood Talks Fleetwood Mac Tour and What He's Looking Forward To

Mick Fleetwood Talks Tour, Recalls How A Helicopter Ride Gave Perspective
By Taylor Fields

Fleetwood Mac is back and heading out on the road on their new North American tour, and with a revamped lineup. The tour is the iconic band's first since Lindsey Buckingham's departure from the group. But, visiting major cities across the country this fall and early next year will be Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie, along with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell and Crowded House's Neil Finn.

The 50+ city tour kicks off on October 3rd in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the BOK Center, and stop in places like Chicago, Kansas City, Cleveland, Detroit, San Jose, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, San Diego, Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, New York City, and Boston, before wrapping up in Philadelphia on April 5th at the Wells Fargo Center. 

And right before their North American trek kicks off the band will be performing in Las Vegas at the iHeartRadio Music Festival this fall, alongside a star-studded lineup of artists. 

Recently, iHeartRadio caught up with Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood, and he talked about the upcoming trek, what he's looking forward to, one of the most standout moments from the band's incredible 50+ year career (hint: it involves a helicopter ride), and the decision to recruit Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. Read on below.

How does it feel to be going out on tour again?

"The whole premise of going out on the road is something that's actually second nature to everyone in Fleetwood Mac. We're musicians, we love to play, and having the opportunity always to do that is exciting, is thought provocative in terms of what we can do creatively, and we're ready to go. We're going into rehearsals for a couple of months and can't wait to get back out there."

What are you looking forward to the most?

"Going out on the road, what I always look forward to the most is playing and playing regularly. Sometimes, of course, when we come off the road we spend a few months here and there not playing, and so it's really getting back in the saddle and getting into the full music mode, and communicating with other players on stage. That's what I crave. That's what I live for. That's what I was trained for, and that's what I really, really love."

Looking back at your incredible career and back at each tour you've done, do you have a favorite moment or show that was significant or something that you'll always remember?

"I have to say, a memorable moment on the road, was not long after we really had been blessed with the huge, huge success of the Rumors album, and we hadn't really realized what was happening. And we ended up in a helicopter on the way to some huge festival in Texas, and the helicopter [pilot] said, 'Why don't you look down there?' And we weren't in the mood to be really looking anywhere. We were just happy to get there safely. So we gingerly look out of the cockpit and look down. And he said, 'You know what? There's about 350,000 people down there.' At that point, we realized that something had happened that we hadn't really taken notice of, and it was hugely memorable. Then he flew around three or four times over this massive crowd, and at that point, I think it really dawned on, certainly me, and I believe the rest of the band, that we had, as they say in the business, sort of 'arrived.' And with that, was the sense of, 'Oh my god. This is something very different.' It was certainly exciting and I think we played in many ways, almost differently, being conscious of such a vision of so many people where you felt, 'We better deliver something tonight.' That's something that has not only stuck with me that day, but it sticks with me every time we all walk on stage to deliver the goods, and to do what we are as wandering minstrels to play our hearts out, and have people have a great time. That's what it's all about."

You have such an extensive discography. Do you have a favorite song you like to play on the tour? How do you come up with your set list?

"There's such a huge amount of material that we've covered in the last 50 years of the existence of Fleetwood Mac, believe it or not, since 1967, and we're still at it. So, the choice of any particular song, I'm gonna actually pass on, but I will say as a percussionist, as a drummer, I always look to the end of the show. Not because I want it to be over, but usually at the end of the show, you start really cranking out some real serious rock and roll, and I'm a rock and roll drummer, so I'm selfishly always invested in looking forward to the end of the show. And I'm sure on our next tour, we will be cranking out some, some rock and roll, and then finishing off the evening, usually in a nice soulful way as well. 

But the material, we're blessed, again, with having so many songs to choose from. And the curve of the set, which is, I don't want to end up sounding like a school teacher, because what it really has to be, is take people through a journey. We often make choices because we feel a certain way about a certain song, you've always got to imagine, how would it be to be in an audience and be sitting and partaking, and being part of that show. And that's really where we always end up is, how would you feel if you're sitting in the audience, Mick? And would you be motivated? Would you be going forward? Would you be excited? Would you be moved? And I think that's really where we end up. We want to take people through a huge emotional journey that, luckily, we're able to accomplish, we hope. I always believe we can, and we pay a lot of attention to that. That by the end of the evening, it would have been something that if I was a fly on the wall myself, as I often do and go and see other people's shows, that I walk out and go like, 'that really took me on a journey and left me with something memorable.' That emotionally sticks to your heart, and that's what we're all about and we feel well equipped to do that."

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' guitarist Mike Campbell, and Neil Finn from Crowded House are joining you on tour. How did you come to invite them on the road?

"We've had a change in Fleetwood Mac and we've invited, from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mike Campbell on guitar, and Neil Finn from Crowded House, and of course, both these great musicians and singers have had incredible success on their own in their solo programs they've been doing from time to time. But, really, after the advent of a change in Fleetwood Mac, what was really important was to find out, within the ranks of the existing members, that we really, really, really had a vision of going forward. Once that was thought about, and we thought about it a lot, obviously because it was a huge change from the advent of Lindsey Buckingham leaving the ranks of Fleetwood Mac. And once we'd made that decision, both of these gentlemen just came to us, not instantly, but Mike Campbell, of course, has worked for many years as the mainstay creatively and right hand man of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. A great writer and a great guitar player, and has done work with Stevie [Nicks]. And I had known him a little bit because of that, and it made a lot of sense. I'd suddenly thought that that would be a great match, and the chemistry would be pre-existing, which it is. 

Neil Finn came after much thought. A dear friend of mine, and me being a huge fan of his music and his songwriting and his voice and just his basic talent. And both became very believable in terms of what would be a great match to join Fleetwood Mac. With that in mind, we're tremendously excited. It's very much in the mode of what we've done in Fleetwood Mac over the last 50 years, if you look at the history of this crazy band that's full of change. And this is a lovely, exciting change that we're really looking forward to [it], and getting out there, and blowing away on stage and doing what we love to do with these two great talents, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn."

Mick Fleetwood 'We’re looking forward to putting on an incredibly vibrant show that is truly groundbreaking, for us'

Mick Fleetwood on the new Fleetwood Mac: 'It's important to remain creative and not tread water'

Lyndsey Parker

While the news last month of Lindsey Buckingham’s departure from Fleetwood Mac (with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ veteran Mike Campbell and Split Enz/Crowded House’s Neil Finn taking Buckingham’s place) came as a shock to many Mac fans, this is hardly the group’s first major lineup switchup over the past half-century. Buckingham actually didn’t join Mac until 1974 (following the departure of co-founder Peter Green) and left the group once before, in the late ‘80s (he was replaced by Billy Burnette and Rick Vito at that time). As drummer Mick Fleetwood the lineup’s one consistent member since the beginning, says, “If anyone out there has a sort of a track record of the history of this crazy band known as Fleetwood Mac, it is certainly peppered with changes through the years. … We’ve had probably four, five, six, seven major changes!”

Fleetwood is reluctant to go “into all of ups and downs and the details of where we ended up” with Buckingham this time around, but he gives “huge kudos and respect, forever and before and now and into the future, of what Lindsay Buckingham has always been within the ranks.” 

He also reveals that he and longtime bandmates Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie (who took a hiatus from the group from 1998-2013), and John McVie “thought very, very hard and long about going forward.”

In fact, they even considered not going forward at one point, but it didn’t take long before they realized they wanted to stick together.

“Well, it was a huddle, really. It was a team huddle of the existing band members to really not panic into anything, other than really following our hearts as to what this meant — which was huge, any which way you look at it,” Fleetwood muses. “And once we had galvanized that approach amongst the four remaining folks, the ladies and the guys in the band, we took the bull by the horns. It was really as simple as that. But it certainly took a real, meaningful breath. All of us, probably in our various ways, came to that decision that we want to, we need to, we feel good about it.

“And once we all felt that we really wanted to do that, it got hot and heavy as to how this is going to be really musically uplifting for the existing band — the band that we have now — and have it be believable for everyone out there that has been loyal and taken that journey with the crazy band Fleetwood Mac.”

The answer was to recruit Campbell — not a major surprise, considering his long history playing with Nicks — and, as more of a curveball, New Zealand singer-songwriter Finn. Fleetwood seems thrilled to be working with both “lovely gentlemen,” describing the new lineup’s dynamic as being “like a bunch of teenagers doing their thing, coming out of the garage.” 

He hints that Campbell and Finn’s respective catalogs will factor into the forthcoming Fleetwood Mac tour’s “huge” setlist (“their heritage and their background is going to be appropriately part of the show”), and he even says it’s likely that the Campbell/Finn collection will record new tunes together.

“I don’t think you can keep the horse in the trap, so to speak, when it comes to Christine and Stevie,” Fleetwood says of the possibility of new Mac music. “They’re still connected to everything about writing and having a whole new approach to it. Mike is hugely conversant with production and has written way more than I ever, ever knew. And he’s worked with Stevie, writing and producing and a lot of stuff that Stevie did through the years with Tom and of course the Heartbreakers. And Neil is a given; he’s just a hugely connected songwriter that really covers a huge gamut.… 

I truly believe that [new music] will happen. I’m hoping that we can throw out a couple of calling cards before we go out on the road. 

I’m not quite sure that we can apply ourselves to do that, but all of that is to look forward to. It’s hugely important, whichever way you look at it, for a band to remain being creative, not treading water.”

While Fleetwood is enthusiastic about his band’s future, he reveals that Mac’s tour, which officially kicks off Oct. 3 in Tulsa, Okla. (after the new lineup makes its live debut at Las Vegas’s iHeartRadio Festival in September) and will continue into 2019, will delve deep in the band’s archives — dating back to before the famous Buckingham/Nicks era. “We’re really looking forward to doing some spotted revisiting of some of the old blues-based, rock ‘n’ roll stuff we did back in the day,” he says, “like ‘Black Magic Woman’ and ‘Oh Well.’ And I think Stevie’s even threatening to sing ‘Black Magic Woman,’ which sounds more than exciting! … I think everything is just open, looking at what we’ve done since the beginning and no doubt touching on some of the blues stuff that Campbell, very specifically, is insisting that we do. And happily so.”

Fleetwood and his new and old bandmates are still hashing out the setlist (“We’re all exchanging lists, emailing madly backwards and forwards”), but regardless of which songs make the cut, the upcoming tour is bound to be a fascinating look at Fleetwood Mac’s complex and ever-evolving history. And it’s going to be a marathon event. “I was around Stevie’s house the other night with Campbell, and we quietly realized that we were heading towards a three-hour show! It was a sort of comedic moment,” Fleetwood chuckles, adding more seriously: “We’re looking forward to putting on an incredibly vibrant show that is truly groundbreaking, for us, and that’s about as good as it can get for a musician to be in that sort of noncomplacent place.”

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Fleetwood Mac to Perform at iHeart Music Festival Sept 21st

2018 iHeartRadio Music Festival
When: Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22, 2018

Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV

Performing: September 21st: Fleetwood Mac, Jack White, Mariah Carey, Jason Aldean, Sam Smith, Panic! At The Disco, Kygo, Rae Sremmurd