There's still no telling when Fleetwood Mac will unveil the new music they've been working on since Christine McVie returned to the fold, but Lindsey Buckingham promises it'll be well worth the wait.
How do you release a double album that goes multi-platinum, breaks the Top Five, spawns multiple hit singles, and spends months in the Top 40 while still being widely regarded as an artistic folly and a flop?
Fleetwood Mac won't stop.
We still don't know which artists will be performing at next year's Glastonbury Festival, but we can be sure of this much: Plenty of people will be on hand to watch them play.
With Christine McVie back in the lineup and a new album reportedly in the works, Fleetwood Mac got 'On With the Show' last night, starting their latest tour in front of 17,000 fans at Minneapolis' Target Center.
Next year's Glastonbury Festival lineup could include an impressive amount of classic rock firepower.
Fleetwood Mac released their ninth album in Sept. 1974.
Long before Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks entered the picture, Fleetwood Mac were a triumph of British blues.
We only have a few weeks to go before Christine McVie embarks on her much-anticipated reunion tour with Fleetwood Mac, and anticipation is running high -- particularly with McVie herself.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie discuss the new tracks that Fleetwood Mac have recently recorded.