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Mick Fleetwood on Fleetwood Mac: ‘We Actually Love Each Other’

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.

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Buckingham, Nicks, Bookend Relationship Onstage

With Christine McVie long gone from Fleetwood Mac's touring lineup, the show is basically an ongoing dialogue between former lovers Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.

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Fleetwood Mac Playing ‘Tusk’ Mini-Set

Although Fleetwood Mac's current tour comes on the heels of the 35th anniversary of 1977's Rumours set -- they're actually spotlighting it's 1979 followup, Tusk, in the current shows.

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Fleetwood Mac Planning to Release More New Material

When Fleetwood Mac announced that they would release only a handful of new songs to coincide with their current tour, some thought it seemed like the act of a band on its last creative legs, grudgingly going into the studio in order to drum up interest in a series of lucrative concerts. However, in a new interview, Lindsey Buckingham said that there is more to come.

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Lindsey Buckingham: ‘Stevie and I Have Probably More of a Connection Now’

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.' 

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Buckingham Gives Backstory on New Mac Tracks

Lindsey Buckingham chatted with Rolling Stone about two of the new Fleetwood Mac studio tracks.

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Stevie Nicks Defends Going Solo in the 80′s

Fans and Fleetwood Mac bandmates believe Stevie Nicks went solo in the 1980's due to thoughts of a blockbuster solo career, but she says that's not the case.

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First New Fleetwood Mac Music in a Decade Out Now

Out now is Fleetwood Mac's new Extended Play EP, featuring the first new music from the band in a decade.

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Fleetwood Mac, ‘Extended Play’ – Album Review

The last time Fleetwood Mac made an album together, they were minus Christine McVie and enough good songs to fill its 75-minute running length. They’re still without McVie on their new four-song EP, but they fixed ‘Say You Will’’s biggest problem by keeping ‘Extended Play’ at an economical 17 minutes. And if it sounds more like a Lindsey Buckingham record than an actual band one at times, at least ‘Extended Play’ is the best thing released under the Fleetwood Mac moniker since 1987’s ‘Tango in the Night.’

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Stevie Nicks’ Master Plan

There is a reason why Fleetwood Mac doesn't tour every year. It's all part of Stevie Nicks' master plan.

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