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Gold Dust Woman. I'm So Afraid. Go Your Own Way. Relationship issues, personal turmoil. Last night, at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium, Fleetwood Mac added further resonance to songs that long ago escaped the confines of urban cool and found a home amid millions of suburban lounges. Having honed the template for soft-rock singalongs and a radio-friendly slickness belying the hurt and heartbreak often integral to a tune's genesis, the group reminded all that the distance between stage and stadium seats is best spanned by a combination of honest communication and energy.
That was best personified by guitarist-singer Lindsey Buckingham, who led the band in many respects. Posted by Nickslive at Wednesday, November 18, 0 comments Links to this post. Labels: Dunedin , Fleetwood Mac It was also the first time in 16 years that co-vocalist, keyboardist and songwriter Christine McVie had been a member of the group. It was evident that this classic five-piece line-up, which transformed Fleetwood Mac from a blues band into a pop-orientated juggernaut with their eponymous debut record, remain a tight, seamless live unit. A stand-out moment was the stripped-back acoustic performance of Landslide by guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and sorcerous singer Stevie Nicks.
But aside from the polished performance and stream of classic songs was evidence of a band that, despite their colourful and tumultuous history, still manages to hone in on the chemistry that makes them one of the most loved acts in music history.
Posted by Nickslive at Sunday, November 15, 0 comments Links to this post. Labels: Fleetwood Mac , Hope Estates Saturday, November 14, Fleetwood Mac are set to wow close to , fans in Dunedin and Auckland. Rock supergroup Fleetwood Mac are set to wow close to , fans in Dunedin and Auckland this week at the end of their month On With The Show world tour.
Almost half of the 66,strong Auckland audience over the two nights will come from out of town, said Mt Smart's director of external relations Paul Brewer. Saturday's concert is sold out but a few tickets are still available for Sunday. Fleetwood Mac founding member Mick Fleetwood has said the shows will not be the band's last Downunder. Posted by Nickslive at Saturday, November 14, 8 comments Links to this post. Labels: Fleetwood Mac Naturally this first Brisbane Entertainment Centre show last night was sold out — there are a few tickets left for a second tomorrow night.
You know what you are going to get, two-and-a-half hours, mostly of hits, plus some album favourites like Gold Dust Woman. As Buckingham reminds the audience they put all their personal dramas out there in their songs. It sure beats singing about moon, June and the lesser concerns which can fill the charts for a week and are just as soon forgotten. It is a long concert, close to three hours on stage, and at one point they even have a false start to Tusk, which not only shows they are human but only seems to fire up Buckingham further.
After such a long time on the road, you might imagine a band going through the motions. The old hurts might be way in the past but they still have something to say: the word is that a new album is already recorded and set for release in Sydney Morning Herald. About 30 seconds into a song called Tusk, Fleetwood Mac stumbled. Like someone who'd lost their place on a page in a book, the band stopped.
Until then, a full house at Boondall wanted badly for the show to be great. But it wasn't. It was pedestrian at worst, ordinary at best. One of the world's greatest bands seemed to be going through the motions, playing like it was the th concert on a long two-year roadtrip. They had to be brilliant, right? There was nothing horrible about the first few songs — it was certainly no Meat Loaf moment. There was just no sparkle — at least not until the second the band hiccupped.
When the group hit silence — a musical brick wall — something magic happened. It was like they'd been given a wake-up call, a nudge to say they were slightly off their game, an embarrassing kick in the guts. Full Review at Sydney Morning Herald.
Posted by Nickslive at Wednesday, November 11, 1 comments Links to this post. Labels: Brisbane , Fleetwood Mac Performing much-loved hits from the Rumours and Tusk albums, Stevie Nicks and the band appeared barely to have aged, delivering an energetic performance that had the 18,strong crowd on its feet, singing and dancing for the whole show. Clear skies made for a perfect, if slightly chilly, night of entertainment, and Nicks commented more than once that she was cold. Organisation on the night by Day on the Green was — for the most part — excellent, with plenty of food and drink outlets, toilets and free tap-water stations throughout the venue.
Entry to the picturesque venue was seamless and there was plenty of security and help on hand to direct festival-goers. He said a lack of available taxis had caused some headaches at the end of the night, with organisers arranging five shuttle buses to drop people in Geelong. Posted by Nickslive at Sunday, November 08, 2 comments Links to this post.
Labels: Fleetwood Mac , Geelong Five mysterious individuals with unique powers, reunited against incredible odds to save the free world one more time. Like Kiss with better tunes, Fleetwood Mac is a band inseparable from its own mythology. There's mad uncle Mick Fleetwood in his eccentric country gentleman's attire, biting bearded lips with bug-eyes rolling. He's an inseparable bloc with his "truly dearest friend" John McVie, quietly plucking bass in the shadow of a flat golfer's cap.
Messianic ringleader Lindsey Buckingham and witch-fairy Stevie Nicks are another unit: eternal king and queen of the Heartbreak High prom, playing up the sexual tension through misty eyes in the whispers of Landslide then re-enacting the finger-pointing rage in Go Your Own Way. Then there's Christine McVie, returned at last to quietly steal the show with You Make Loving Fun and the gentle coda of Songbird, as if the 22 songs preceding hadn't already made their case for one of the most fertile hit factories of the modern age. Sure, some of the moves may have felt a little stilted.
Tusk wasn't quite the climactic eruption with its marching band horns caged inside a synthesiser. Nicks did duck out of few high notes in Dreams and elsewhere.
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But from Buckingham's psychobabbling song introductions and anguished six-string pyrotechnics to Fleetwood's nutty crowd-baiting drum solo, to nearly every damn track plus B-sides of that album, Rumours, the world felt as harmonious as it'll ever be. Posted by Nickslive at Monday, November 02, 5 comments Links to this post. Labels: Fleetwood Mac , Melbourne Mac make loving them fun, even in the rain The West Australian. Thunder only happens when it rains, according to Stevie Nicks, whose legendary band Fleetwood Mac turned on a dream gig in the wet last night.
Playing to 25, adoring fans at Domain Stadium, the megastars promised a party in the rain. The mighty Mac also brought the hits, plus an old friend in Christine McVie, much missed on the past two Perth visits.
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Fleetwood Mac were to visit in but cancelled after bassist John McVie was diagnosed with cancer. After hitting the stage with The Chain, the Rumours rocker credited to the whole band, the trio shared the songs. Classic pop hits —Landslide, Everywhere, Little Lies — rained down on fans as the Mac clung tight to their golden era. The famous five, plus extra musicians and singers, delivered a marathon set at the fifth of 13 scheduled Australian dates for their On With the Show world tour. Classic songs, classic line-up and still plenty of drama.
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Labels: Fleetwood Mac , Perth December 4th. The collection comes housed in an elegant box reminiscent of the acclaimed Rumours Deluxe Edition with a booklet that has extended liner notes that feature new interviews with all the band members. TUSK will also be available as a single disc of the original album remastered this year by Lindsey Buckingham. Pictures: Ryan Osland Tweet. Nov 16, Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Sign in.
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