Fleetwood Mac are an English-American rock and blues outfit that formed in London way back in 1967. A world renowned and legendary band who've (albeit with many a different line-up) seen success across the globe for the past 40 years. Fleetwood Mac have sold well over 100 million albums, and are cemented into music history.
Their most recent line-up, featuring eponymous pair Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, superstar singer Stevie Nicks, keyboardist Christine McVie and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, took the band to a more pop-orientated sound - different from their originally successful blues-rock sound that found them fame first back at the end of the British blues boom of the late 60s.
Throughout their lengthy history, they’ve never had a problem filling seats at their gigs or emptying shelves at the shops - they even hold the eighth spot in the Highest Selling Album of All-Time rankings with their album ‘Rumours’, which itself has sold over 40 million copies globally, has ranked multi-platinum worldwide, and is the only Fleetwood Mac album to hit #1 in both the UK and the US.
As mentioned, they've forever been a formidable live force, and despite not releasing an album since 2003 (with ‘Say You Will’, their 17th studio record), they still remain as epic a live band as they ever have. 2013 marked the 35th anniversary of the band’s seminal album ’Rumours’, and saw them touring the world in support.
Following comeback tours alongside Christine McVie in 2015 and 2016, April 2018 would see Fleetwood Mac - now without Lindsey Buckingham - announcing an 'An Evening With' tour of North America.
Fleetwood Mac have now announced a short summer trek to the UK and Europe, hitting up London, Dublin and Berlin in June. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
We were transported to the days of being young and carefree. They played all the memorable and nostalgic hits, they are just as good if not better than we remembered them! Beautiful Stevie reminisced and took us back to the days of Biba and drawing on our faces flowers, love and more. The energy of Lindsey Buckingham is immense! Jumping around like an athletic 2 year old! And still as good looking as ever. Mick and the rest of the group were awesome,the atmosphere was buzzing, I could have listened for days, Tusk! Blown away! Stage lighting fabulous. We were left with adrenalin pumping and breathless!
We really hope that they return to the UK 02 Centre, we'll certainly be booking tickets. O2 is a great venue, everything is really well organised and easy, please come back to London!
Concerts dont get much better than this and The Hydro was a fantastic venue for it. After nearly 40 years of performing, Fleetwood Mac are masters of putting on a show. It was fantastic tonight and the crowd showed their appreciation with huge cheers after every song.
They played on for near 3 hours, not once stopping for an interval, they were fantastic! Their time together may have brought up a few wrinkles but it certainly hasnt diminished their talent. One of the best gigs Ive been to. So glad I saw them.
Only two words needed to review this show, Utterly amazing!! It was my first time seeing the band perform live after listening to their music for so many years, I was so excited to finally see them play. I hope they hurry back to Glasgow for another show, I forgot just how many fantastic songs they have written, 3 hours of incredible music. One slight niggle was that we didnt get to see Christine sing, oh well. The Hydro venue is superb too!
The word 'legendary' is tossed about far too often these days. If anyone is worthy of such a label, its Fleetwood Mac and their near 5-decade spanning career.
2013 sees the band return to the live stage, with a show that proves once again why they are regarded as one of the best bands in the world. Despite some pretty hefty ticket prices, Fleetwood Mac sell out Manchester's Phones 4u Arena and deliver a string of highlights over a near 3-hour set.