“I remain deeply surprised and saddened, as this decision ends the beautiful 43 year legacy we built together.”
The new-look Fleetwood Mac performed two classic tracks.
“We’re meant to be together”
Kirwan was instrumental in the band’s foundation.
“This was not something that was really my doing or my choice.”
He’s not going his own way anytime soon.
Lindsey Buckingham has reportedly been fired from the band, but they’ve got an A+ replacement.
“Is it weird that my dad introduced us?”
“I quickly realised that you were possibly the most perfect collection of pop songs that had ever been released.”
Another cut from their new album ‘Two Vines’.
“I can’t wait for it to be finished. It’ll be great.”
Fleetwood Mac have lined-up a stellar Australian cast for their upcoming tour down-under locking in Angus & Julia Stone and Stonefield as their support on select outdoor dates. The brother-sister duo will take to the stage before the band on all outdoor dates including Perth, Adelaide, Hunter Valley and Geelong. Melbourne’s Stonefield, who are also
Fleetwood Mac have added a third and final fistful of dates to their impending Australian Tour, and there’s some good news for Adelaide fans. Mac buffs in SA have had their Dreams fulfilled, with a brand new tour stop added in the state’s capital. As well as a new date at Adelaide’s Coopers Stadium, a
Fleetwood Mac have added yet another new show to their forthcoming Australian tour, after selling out their first Brisbane date. The newly-announced Brisbane performance will take place at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Thursday, 12th November. The Australian leg of the Mac’s On With The Show World Tour will make its way around the country
Fleetwood Mac have added a second and final Hunter Valley show to the forthcoming Australian leg of their On With The Show World Tour, set to make its way down under this October/November. The Mac’s new Hunter Valley show will take place at Hope Estate Winery on Sunday, 15th November, taking the total number of
Return of the Mac!
Embattled Australian concert promoter Andrew McManus has denied reports that he actively withheld cash made from ticket sales from bands like Fleetwood Mac, whose tours his company promoted. Fairfax Media reports that during a 2012 investigation by police into the source of $702,000 cash found in a suitcase in a Sydney hotel room, McManus admitted,