Monday, January 27, 2014

Reunited Fleetwood Mac to record new music with Christine McVie

The freshly-reunited 1970s lineup of Fleetwood Mac are headed into the studio in March to record new music, following the return of keyboardist Christine McVie.

A report by Fleetwood Mac News indicates drummer Mick Fleetwood told Jon Woodhouse of Maui News that Christine has composed new songs and that she will begin recording with most of the rest of the band beginning in March.

The drummer also indicated that there will be a new Fleetwood Mac tour - with all five members - this fall.

Mick first revealed the news of Christine’s return to the band during Uncle Willie K's BBQ Blues Fest on Maui at the Maui Tropical Plantation on January 11 – read more about it here.

McVie reconnected with Fleetwood Mac for a one-off reunion during their September 25th show at London’s 02 Arena last fall. Christine joined the group for a performance of the 1977 hit, “Don’t Stop”, which she wrote and sang on, and reached No. 3 on the US singles charts as part of the smash “Rumours” album.

Christine made headlines in October when she revealed that she would like to rejoin the group after a 15-year absence.

See also:

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