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Stevie Nicks thought former bandmate Christine McVie was joking when she told her that she wanted to go on tour with Fleetwood Mac last year.
The McVies are going back on the road with Fleetwood Mac.
Fleetwood Mac is canceling planned performances in Australia and New Zealand as bassist John McVie is treated for cancer.
Christine McVie wrote more than just "Don't Stop (Thinking About Tomorrow)" for the megaband Fleetwood Mac.
Rock musician Dave Grohl set out to make a recording studio the subject of his first-ever film. He was intrigued not only by the studio but by a specific piece of recording equipment _ a 1970s era sound board _ that captured every note of music made there.
Fleetwood Mac is heading back on the road, and that means the top-selling group will release new music _ sort of.
Fleetwood Mac is heading back on the road, and that means the top-selling group will release new music -- sort of.
The 1970s are long gone, but Fleetwood Mac's influence lives on. "Just Tell Me That You Want Me" pushes the band's music into the 21st century by rounding up a dozen or so modern acts — including MGMT, Best Coast and Lykke Li — and asking them to put their own stamp on the group's classics.
In a June 7 story about the death of former Fleetwood Mac member Bob Welch, The Associated Press erroneously listed the year that the band's song "Don't Stop" became the anthem for Bill Clinton's presidential campaign. The correct year is 1992.