When considering a list of Fleetwood Mac albums, it's easy to focus on Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.
By the time they achieved massive mainstream success in the mid-'70s, Fleetwood Mac had already been through more lineup changes than most bands manage in their entire careers, and their best-selling album, Rumours, was partly inspired by a pair of collapsing relationships between bandmates.
All is not well with Fleetwood Mac's 2015 tour.
Two British drummers with different approaches to their instrument meet up in the opening round of our new competition, March Drum Madness.
Fleetwood Mac could reach a whole new generation of fans this month without even trying.
Guitar great and Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green was not a man without troubles, and on Jan. 26, 1977, his struggles landed him in prison and committed to a mental hospital.
A case of the stomach flu to the drummer caused the band to abandon their concert on Jan. 17.
Be prepared to break the bank if you're looking for tickets to Fleetwood Mac's latest tour.
By the time Mick Fleetwood asked Lindsey Buckingham to join on New Year's Eve 1974, Fleetwood Mac was in free fall.
Lindsey Buckingham thinks the next album could be Fleetwood Mac's last.