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‘The Chain’ & ‘Little Lies&rsq…

‘The Chain’ & ‘Little Lies’, Fleetwood Mac In Concert – Lincoln, NE

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Fleetwood Mac In Concert, United Center, Chicago, IL. 

Photo credit: Shannon Guest @shannonguestphotography

Stevie looks absolutely gorgeous in this t-shi…

Stevie looks absolutely gorgeous in this t-shirt! 

Credit and many thanks to @harmony_lynn

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Fleetwood Mac In Concert – United Center, Chicago, IL. 

Photo credit: Roman Sobus via Chicago Music Guide

Fleetwood Mac In Concert at United Center, Chi…

Fleetwood Mac In Concert at United Center, Chicago, IL. 

Photo credit: Dorota | @DorotaSW (Thank you!)



Ok guys you might have to click on these to see them well, but I saw Fleetwood Mac in concert last night and it was absolutely beautiful, they did a Tom Petty tribute as well as the current lead guitarist and co lead singer Neil Finn(ex lead singer and guitarist of Crowded House) performing Don’t Dream Its Over. I’ve been waiting for this concert for two years and I was blown away~

Also can we point out the fact that Stevie Nicks makes me gayer than I already was because this woman is 71 and slaying all of us down and I’m just

Fleetwood Mac Opening Night Set List: The Chai…

Fleetwood Mac Opening Night Set List: The Chain Still Holds:

“Fleetwood Mac kicked off their first tour since the recent departure of Lindsey Buckingham tonight in Tulsa, Oklahoma with a 24-song set that showcased both the band’s storied history and its two newest members. 

If you were expecting longtime bassist John McVie to serve as the evening’s host, well… no. Instead and quite more logically, Stevie Nicks took the master of ceremonies role on most occasions, warmly greeting the crowd after the opening “The Chain” and establishing herself as first among equals with particularly strong performances of songs including “Black Magic Woman” (a 1968 Peter Green-fronted single later made famous by Santana), “Rhiannon” and “Gold Dust Woman." 

Former Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell made his very welcome presence felt early and often with frequent extended solos. At this extremely early stage his somewhat rough, loose style understandably hasn’t fully grafted with the band’s more polished sound, but the newly-configured band’s take on the Green-era gem "Oh Well” points a clear path towards such a meeting of the minds. 

The band dug deeper into their non-Buckingham history than they have in recent years with set list additions such as 1970’s “Tell Me All the Things You Do” and 1973’s “Hypnotized,” which Mick Fleetwood dedicated to former bandmate Bob Welch. 

They also made plenty of room for the band’s other new member, Crowded House and Split Enz veteran Neil Finn, who took lead vocals for Mac classics such as “Second Hand News” as well as his own “I Got You” and a duet with Nicks on “Don’t Dream It’s Over.” The band’s elders took extra time to praise the latter song, with Fleetwood declaring it “opened many doors in my heart,” and Nicks admitting that she’d always thought, “Boy, I’d really love to sing that song someday." 

The encore began with Nicks taking the lead on a tribute to her dear friend Tom Petty via a cover of "Free Fallin’,” moved onto “Don’t Stop” and concluded with a poignant Nicks and Chrstine McVie duet on 1995’s “All Over Again”: “Well it’s it’s time to move on to the rain / And finally break the chain / In spite of the heartaches / And troubles in love / I’d do it all over again.”

‘An Evening With Fleetwood Mac’, B…

‘An Evening With Fleetwood Mac’, BOK Center, Tulsa, OK. 

Photo credit: Raphael Pour-Hashemi @raphph | Website

Fleetwood Mac at the Rock Music Awards in 1976…

Fleetwood Mac at the Rock Music Awards in 1976.

“This is a pic of me on the right and my…

“This is a pic of me on the right and my best friend Byron (RIP 2010). It was his 21st birthday, and I surprised him with backstage passes to meet our 80’s Rockstar Crush – Stevie Nicks! This was an awesome night in Tallahassee, FL. We visited with the band before and after the concert. It was just the two of us, the band and a few other select fans. After the initial shock passed, we started to relax and have conversation. We sat with Mick Fleetwood and shared Corona Beer – lots of them! Mick had tried out a new MIDI trigger body suit. It was hilarious… he had a trigger pad in his crotch and when he tapped it there was a little jingle bell sound. It was badass new tech and fun to watch. Stevie seemed to connect with us. She told us about when she met Mick and the music scene with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. She even went as far back as where she was born and a couple memories of her doing little country gigs with her grandfather. I loved the 80’s! It was an adventurous time filled with creative new music styles and plenty of hair to go around.”- Shared publicly by Shawn Bray on Facebook page Plex.