They didn’t seem to mind.
Plus, they’re talking about doing a new album as well.
The band’s publicist said, McVie “has indeed rejoined Fleetwood Mac and we are hoping to make an announcement about a possible tour for the full tilt Macsters some time in 2014.”
The drummer made a seemingly off-the-cuff announcement at a blues festival in Hawaii.
For all intents and purposes, Fleetwood Mac has still got it. They’re currently playing a sold out tour which stopped in Boston back on April 18th. The band also has recently released a 4-song EP, aptly titled Extended Play. Mick Fleetwood spoke with WZLX in Boston yesterday to talk about both the EP and the tour.
Rock’s white-winged-dove, Stevie Nicks chronicles the recording of her 2011 solo album, In Your Dreams, in the documentary, also called In Your Dreams. Former Eurythmics legend, Dave Stewart produced the album at her home-studio, and also […]
Based on an overwhelming response to Fleetwood Mac’s recently-announced North American tour, which has already sold over 325,000 tickets, the Mac announced they will be adding 13 more shows.
Exciting news for [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Fleetwood Mac[/lastfm] fans. Steve Nicks announced four of the band’s members will be reuniting for a reunion tour in 2012.