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.
Graham Parker and the Rumour played the Roxy in Los Angeles for the first time in 30 years on Wednesday night (Dec. 12), headlining a three-act 'This is 40' soundtrack release party. After shorter sets by Ryan Adams and Lindsey Buckingham, Parker's band began a 22-song set that included songs from 'Howlin' Wind (1976)' through 'Three Chords Good' (2012).
Over the last 30 years or so, Fleetwood Mac fans have grown accustomed to long waits between studio albums -- but if recent statements made by Lindsey Buckingham are accurate, the band could end its nearly 10-year recording drought in the not-too-distant future.
Lindsey Buckingham has extended his upcoming U.S. tour to now hit the East Coast, with plans to canvas the rest of the country forthcoming, as well. The six-week sojourn begins on May 3 in Solana Beach, Calif. and runs through June 16 in Columbus, Ohio.
Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsay Buckingham has announced 15 tour dates across the west coast in support of his new 'Seeds We Sow' album. The run of dates will begin on May 3, and will be a one-man show.
Lindsey Buckingham has been on a productive tear in recent years, releasing three solo albums since 2006 including this year's highly regarded 'Seeds We Sow.' Prior to 2006, there was a noticeable drought of solo material from the veteran singer-songwriter, whose last solo album 'Out Of The Cradle' had been been released in 1992.
Fleetwood Mac fans might want to hold off on plans to celebrate a 2012 tour and new album from the legendary band. Although various news reports have claimed the band mates will make music together in 2012, Lindsey Buckingham says now that may well not be the case.
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