Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Mick Fleetwood to host TV series

Mick Fleetwood will host a new TV series, “24 Hours With Mick”, featuring one-on-one conversations and adventures with an array of his friends and colleagues.

The Hollywood Reporter says the Fleetwood Mac drummer will spend a day with each guest probing their thoughts, interests and ideas.

The series will showcase an eclectic lineup of interview subjects from a variety of fields, including music and entertainment to technology and politics, art, architecture and more. Each subject will be hand-picked by Fleetwood as someone he admires and by whom he is fascinated.

The show will be filmed in a many locations, including his home in Hawaii and cities around the world where he will be touring with Fleetwood Mac.

Details regarding broadcast plans have not yet been announced.

Fleetwood Mac have been making headlines since they announced the return of Christine McVie for a North American tour this fall.

The On With The Show Tour sees the reunion of the band’s hugely successful mid-1970s lineup, which cranked out hit albums like 1975’s self-titled release, 1977’s “Rumours” and 1979’s “Tusk.”

McVie joined Fleetwood Mac for a one-off reunion last fall during their September 25th show at London’s 02 Arena. Christine was on hand 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.

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