Fleetwood Mac Tickets
Fleetwood Mac Schedule
After four decades, over a dozen various members and several
break-ups and reunions, Fleetwood Mac stands as one of the planet's most coveted groups.
To check out the band's schedule
for the coming weeks, make sure you click on StubHub first. To date, Fleetwood Mac has an engagement set at the MGM Grand
Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Tickets are going fast, so make sure you get yours right away!
Fleetwood Mac Background
Fleetwood Mac's inception in 1967, the one thing that has remained consistent for the band is there rhythm section. This fact
is appropriate since the band was named after the two people in the rhythm section - Mick Fleetwood and John "Mac" McVie.
Mac was originally established by McVie, Fleetwood as well as Jeremy Spencer. McVie had served as a charter member for the
Bluesbreakers in 1963, Fleetwood came aboard in 1965 and Peter Green took Eric Clapton's spot in 1966. With its inventory
of blues classics and Green's blues-style original works, the group made its premiere in 1967 at the British Jazz and Blues
Festival. Their appearance landed them a record contract.
Almost overnight, Fleetwood Mac became popular and the group's
first album peaked near the top of the British chart for over a year. Fleetwood Mac kept the momentum going in the U.K. through
1970 with hits like Albatross and Black Magic Woman. The U.S., however, wasn't as receptive at the time to Fleetwood Mac.
At Fleetwood Mac's debut tour in America, they were billed behind Jethro Tull and Joe Cocker.
In the spring of 1970,
Green exited the band, which in turn put an end to Fleetwood Mac's penchant for the blues. The '70s were a confusing time
for Fleetwood Mac with members coming and going, but in the mid-70s, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined the group.
Nicks quickly became the sexy centerpiece of the stage. Their album Fleetwood Mac tallied up 5 million in sales while their
Rumours album tripled in sales - selling over 17 million copies. This famous album also won the Grammy for Album of the Year.
band experienced many more ups and downs throughout the '80s with Nicks and Buckingham pursuing solo careers. But when 1990
came around the group released Behind the Mask, which was the group's first studio album not to make the platinum grade since
In 1996, Fleetwood Mac reunited to produce The Dance, which included the band's greatest hits along with four
original works. The album's release corresponded with a global tour - Fleetwood Mac's first tour in 15 years. Fleetwood Mac
made its way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 when they were officially inducted.
The band went out on tour
again in 2009 for the Unleashed tour, covering North America before heading to Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
Mac Hit Albums
Throughout the '70s, Fleetwood Mac's style and members have evolved with nearly every composition as
Fleetwood Mac moved from a British blues band to the creators of one of the top-selling pop albums ever made - Rumours.
Mac has proven to be a band that has transcended decades, carrying their music to different generations and never losing their
appeal as evidenced by sold-out shows and through-the-roof album sales. Some of Fleetwood Mac's most popular albums, include:
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (1968); Mr. Wonderful (1968); English Rose (1969); Fleetwood Mac in Chicago (1969); The Pious
Bird Of Good Omen (1969); Then Play On (1969); Kiln House (1970); Greatest Hits (1971); Future Games (1971); The Original
Fleetwood Mac (1971); Bare Trees (1972); Penguin (1973); Mystery To Me (1973); Heroes Are Hard To Find (1974); Fleetwood Mac
(1974); Rumours (1977); Tusk (1979); Live (1980); Mirage (1982); and many, many more!
Don't miss out on your chance
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Do you know what Stevie Nicks was wearing when she interviewed for the job with Fleetwood Mac? She arrived for
dinner at a Mexican restaurant sporting a flapper's outfit. It seems Nicks came straight from her waitressing job at a Roaring
Twenties-themed restaurant. She obviously aced her interview despite the outfit!
Did you also know that the classic
lineup of Fleetwood Mac - Nicks, Fleetwood, Buckingham, Christine and John McVie - was the 10th lineup of the band? Yep -
Fleetwood Mac had troubles keeping members around. Jeremy Spencer one of the original members in the early days even left
to join a cult!
Fleetwood Mac Concert Experience
Fleetwood Mac has a magical stage presence that just
can't be duplicated by any other act out there! And now is your chance to catch the famous group live! Don't miss out on your
chance to stroll down memory lane and listen to songs like Sara, Dreams, Rhiannon, Landslide, Never Going Back Again, Don't
Stop, Gypsy, The Chain, Go Your Own Way, Everywhere, Little Lies and more!
Fleetwood Mac has scheduled some tour dates
so be sure to mark them on your calendar! Grab your tickets through StubHub and head out for a special night with this group
you'll be talking about long after it's over!