The band has cancelled their upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Now, here you go again, you say you want your freedom. Well, sorry, Fleetwood Mac. You’re only getting it if Stevie Nicks is down.
Last night (Sept. 25), Christine McVie joined her former bandmates in Fleetwood Mac on stage at the O2 Arena in England for one of her signature songs, “Don’t Stop.”
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks has said that she’s a fan of Beyonce and doesn’t think the “Single Ladies” singer is a skank.
As Pete Seeger once said, “The right song at the right time can change history.” But what does history do when the right song comes at the wrong time?
Fifteen years ago, former Fleetwood Mac singer Christine McVie retired from the band. Now, she may be ready to perform at least a few songs alongside her former bandmates again.
Fleetwood Mac’s music has inspired generations of musicians, many of whom have paid lip service to the band via cover versions.
Rolling Stone has come under fire for their most recent cover, which features the Boston bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
It’s the weekend Trekkies have been waiting for since 2009’s cinematic reboot of the enduring sci-fi series.
For all intents and purposes, Fleetwood Mac has still got it.