Fleetwood Mac fans: Don't stop...thinking about Christine McVie's return. The suddenly reclusive singer, after consistently rebuffing such suggestions before, is now hinting that she might join her old group during its three-night stand at London's 02 Arena this September, which would be her first such appearance since retiring from music in 1998.
Fleetwood Mac's upcoming tour is one of classic rock's hottest summer tickets -- and you can be there in person by entering to win a trip to see them live at their concert in Tacoma, Wash. on May 20! Air fare, dinner for two, hotel accommodations and $500 spending cash are all included in this exclusive contest from Ultimate Classic Rock.
It's a little weird and unseemly, given how long ago it all went down, but the behind-the-scenes breakups that plagued (and perhaps fueled) Fleetwood Mac's classic 'Rumours' album remain a topic of intense fascination for many -- which is why Stevie Nicks delved once more into the end of her affair with Lindsey Buckingham during a recent sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.
Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac has become the third member of Dave Grohl's Sound City Players to be announced as a performer or speaker at the SXSW Music Conference in Austin, Texas next month. A performance from the all-star band hasn't been officially announced, but it seems as likely as the sun rising.
There have been many Fleetwood Macs over the years: the late '60s blues-rock titans, the transitional folk-rock successors, and the unexpected crossover pop-rock mega-stars of the late '70s. But this complex game of musical chairs begins way back in February of 1968. That's when the band released their fascinating debut album, defining a new era of British blues.
Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler and Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood recently appeared at a hearing in Hawaii to lobby legislators on behalf of stronger privacy laws for celebrities. The rockers spoke on behalf of Senate bill 465, which is now officially known as the Steven Tyler Act.