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Flashback: Fleetwood Mac Play ‘Little Lies’ on 2014 Reunion Tour With Christine McVie and Christine McVie Clarifies ‘Misperception’ That Fleetwood Mac Is ‘Done’

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Women’s History Month Tribute: Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie

When I was in 7th grade, Christine McVie was like a friend, probably because I had so few. It was one of those cruel middle school mysteries: I left 6th grade popular, the first girl in class to wear eyeliner, but when I returned from summer vacation, everything had changed. As I learned of loneliness, music took on a new role. My mother must have given me the CD—Rumours with a “u”—the spelling of it alone excited me. I used to play it every morning before school, while my cat Mr. Moon walked between my legs. A late bloomer, my hands were still childlike; I can see them in front of me now, red nail polish chipped at the edges, pulling the CD out of the sleeve and placing it in my parent’s old boombox. At first, I listened to Fleetwood Mac because no one else in my class did and, while I also secretly knew the words to the entire Christina Aguilera album, I preferred the feeling of rejecting whatever it was that everyone else accepted. But even then, I knew the band was magic.
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Flashback: Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Perform ‘Tusk’ in 2017

The endless soap opera that is Fleetwood Mac took a turn earlier this week when Mick Fleetwood told Rolling Stone that he’s back on speaking terms with Lindsey Buckingham and wants to make music with him again. “It doesn’t have to be in Fleetwood Mac,” he said. “And Fleetwood Mac is such a strange story. All the players in the play are able to talk and speak for themselves. Somehow, I would love the elements that are not healed to be healed.”
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Christine McVie Shares Thoughts On Fleetwood Mac’s Future

A few days ago, Christine McVie said in a BBC Radio 2 interview that she doesn’t know if they would hit the road again. The comment stunned Fleetwood Mac fans. She revealed that if they did go back on tour, “it will be without John [McVie] and without Stevie [Nicks], I think” especially since John “hasn’t got the heart for it anymore”. And she also admitted that she’s “getting a bit too old for it now, especially having had a year off. I don’t know if I can get myself back into it again.”
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Flashback: Fleetwood Mac Play ‘Little Lies’ on 2014 Reunion Tour With Christine McVie

The future of Fleetwood Mac seemed to be in doubt last week when Christine McVie told the BBC that the band might never tour again. “If we do, it will be without John [McVie] and without Stevie [Nicks], I think,” she said. “I think I’m getting a bit too old for it now, especially having had a year off. I don’t know if I can get myself back into it again.”
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Christine McVie on Fleetwood Mac’s Future: ‘We Just Don’t Know’

Christine McVie has clarified her recent suggestion that Fleetwood Mac's touring days may be over, but she said the band still doesn't know exactly what the future holds. Last week, the group's longtime singer and keyboardist cast doubt on the current lineup as a touring act. "If we do, it would be without John [McVie] and Stevie [Nicks], I think," McVie said during a BBC Radio 2 interview. "I think I'm getting a bit too old for it now - especially having had a year off. I don't know if I could get myself back into it again."
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Christine McVie Clarifies Comments About Fleetwood Mac Never Touring Again

Christine McVie has clarified some recent comments she made saying Fleetwood Mac may never tour again. McVie told BBC Radio 2 regarding Fleetwood Mac's post-coronavirus touring plans, “That’s an impossible question to even answer. If we do, it would be without John [McVie] and without Stevie [Nicks], I think. I think I’m getting a bit too old for it now – especially having had a year off. I don’t know if I could get myself back into it again.”
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Christine McVie Questions Fleetwood Mac’s Future Tour Plans

Christine McVie has weighed in on Fleetwood Mac‘s future touring plans and, based on her estimable opinion, it’s hard to imagine that its current core members will do so again. In an interview that aired on BBC Radio 2, the singer-songwriter-keyboardist said that she didn’t think she, Stevie Nicks, or John McVie would tour with the band. For those keeping score, that leaves just Mick Fleetwood, 73, who, she says, “would do it in a lightning strike.”
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Christine McVie Doesn’t Think Fleetwood Mac Will Ever Tour Again

Christine McVie expressed doubts about Fleetwood Mac ever touring again in a new interview. Speaking with BBC Radio 2 (as transcribed by Ultimate Classic Rock), McVie said when asked of the band’s post-coronavirus touring plans, “That’s an impossible question to even answer. If we do, it would be without John [McVie] and without Stevie [Nicks], I think. I think I’m getting a bit too old for it now – especially having had a year off. I don’t know if I could get myself back into it again.”
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Christine McVie Thinks Fleetwood Mac Is Retiring

Fleetwood Mac singer/keyboardist Christine McVie is unsure whether the band will ever tour again. McVie was asked about Fleetwood Mac's future in a recent interview with BBC Radio 2's Sounds of the '70s. After acknowledging that the question is "impossible" to answer with certainty, McVie continued, noting that the COVID-19...
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Christine McVie Doubts Fleetwood Mac Will Tour Again

Christine McVie said she felt she was “too old” to tour with Fleetwood Mac again. The singer and keyboardist, 77, also expressed doubt that singer Stevie Nicks and bassist John McVie would agree to take part in any post-coronavirus road trip, although she was sure drummer Mick Fleetwood would sign up.