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Topic - John Mcvie
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.
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.
"It wouldn't matter if they didn't hear anything new. In a way, there's a freedom to that. It becomes not what you got, but what you do with what you got. Part of the challenge of this tour is figuring out a presentation that has some twists and turns to it without having a full album," he said.
"If you look at Fleetwood Mac as a group, you can make the case of saying we're a bunch of individuals who don't necessarily belong in the same group together, but it's the synergy of that that makes us so good. But it also makes the politics a little more tenuous," he said. "You can say that not only can it be a political minefield, someone's always causing trouble, right? I caused trouble for years, so I can't point any fingers."