Fleetwood Mac is Coming to Dallas

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The impossible has happened.

Fleetwood Mac is back, and they're coming to Dallas. In an interview this morning on NBC's TODAY Show, it was revealed that for the first time in sixteen years, all five original members of the seminal 70's classic rock band will be hitting the road together. No naysayers, no holdouts-- Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks are all signed on for 34 dates in 33 cities through the fall and winter months.

The group most famous for their classic 1977 album, Rumours, will hit American Airlines Center on December 14. Tickets go on sale to the general public Monday April 7 at 12 p.m., but American Express cardholders will have access to an exclusive presale starting this Monday (March 31) and running until April 6.

Take a deep breath, Fleetwood fans. Pinch yourselves. This is really happening.



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8 comments
darrylrs
darrylrs

I saw Fleetwood Mac a couple years ago and Buckingham sang the lead on the Christine McVie tunes and it sounded great. About 8 years, I caught Buckingham solo and he did many Mac tunes and it was awesome. He is a great guitar player.

txmuzik
txmuzik

I almost had a heart attack. You should be ashamed of yourself. A reunion of the ORIGINAL Fleetwood Mac would include Peter Green and NOT Buckingham, Nicks nor Christine Perfect (her name when she joined before she married John McVie). OK. Look ip "original".

texbuck
texbuck

@txmuzik, The writer clarified by saying it was the original 70's lineup. This was important to mention since Christine hasn't toured with them in years. By carefully reading the article, you would have understood a bit better. 

Rusticle
Rusticle

@txmuzik I imagine that living with Asperger's must be very tough.

txmuzik
txmuzik

@texbuck @txmuzik  look, it says, "all five original members" and that is just not true. it does not say "'70s lineup" just " '70s pop band", which is true, they changed drastically from a psychedelic blues rock band to a pop band. unfortunately.

Rusticle
Rusticle

@txmuzik Pedantry is commonly associated with Asperger's. PS: I consider Ringo to be an original Beatle. Does that bother you also?

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