'CMT Crossroads' has facilitated a series of entertaining collaborations between rock and country artists, and for the show's latest trick, they've hooked Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks up with Lady Antebellum.
Much has been made of the romantic entanglements that drove Fleetwood Mac to the brink of breaking up in the '70s, but -- as Mick Fleetwood reminded us during a recent interview -- over time, all that water under the bridge has only deepened the band members' fondness for one another.
With Fleetwood Mac back on the road and playing new material for the first time in a decade, fans have reason to hope that the group's on-and-off momentum over the past few years might regain some measure of consistency. Those hopes should be reinforced by comments Lindsey Buckingham made in a recent interview with 'Rolling Stone.'
Fleetwood Mac released a four-track EP called "Extended Play" yesterday, and it's available exclusively on iTunes. It's their first collection of new music in 10 years. Their last album, "Say You Will", came out in 2003.
The last 35 years of Fleetwood Mac has often been told through the various relationships within the band. But just as it seemed that it was all in the past comes the news that Mick Fleetwood's marriage is breaking up.
After another of the extended hiatuses that have defined the latter portion of the band's career, Fleetwood Mac is back. The band is on the road for an extended 2013 tour, the first show of which took place last night (April 4) in Columbus, Ohio.
Fleetwood Mac fans: Don't stop...thinking about Christine McVie's return. The suddenly reclusive singer, after consistently rebuffing such suggestions before, is now hinting that she might join her old group during its three-night stand at London's 02 Arena this September, which would be her first such appearance since retiring from music in 1998.
It's a little weird and unseemly, given how long ago it all went down, but the behind-the-scenes breakups that plagued (and perhaps fueled) Fleetwood Mac's classic 'Rumours' album remain a topic of intense fascination for many -- which is why Stevie Nicks delved once more into the end of her affair with Lindsey Buckingham during a recent sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.
The long-awaited Stevie Nicks documentary 'In Your Dreams' has finally been scheduled for a theatrical release. The film, which records the making of the Fleetwood Mac singer's solo album by the same title, will debut in more than 50 theaters in North America on April 2.
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