Fleetwood Mac Photography

Fleetwood Mac

The origins of Fleetwood Mac date back to London in 1967 when the band was known for blending British blues and blues-rock. However, their second incarnation in the mid ’70s as a straight-ahead pop/rock band is what truly sent them into the superstar stratosphere.

Indeed, the musical chemistry surrounding Mick Fleetwood (drums), John McVie (bass), Christine McVie (keyboards/vocals), Lindsey Buckingham (guitars/vocals), and Stevie Nicks (vocals) is one-of-a-kind and—despite several break-ups—remains strong to this day. In between, the band scored smashes such as “Rhiannon,” “Say You Love Me,” “Sara,” “Gypsy,” and “Little Lies,” peaking with 1977’s 40 million seller Rumours (responsible for “Dreams,” “Don’t Stop,” “Go Your Own Way,” and “You Make Loving Fun”).

After considerable time apart, the fivesome reunited for 1997’s The Dance recording and tour, picking right up where they left off—on top of the world. A year later, Fleetwood Mac was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has periodically reunited ever since on the road and in the studio.

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