Buckingham points out that there’s a big difference between what he does on his own, and what he does with Fleetwood Mac. “What I do as a solo artist is kind of tapping into the left side of the palate, the more esoteric side of things. So I think inherent in that is losing a greater portion of the people who might be Fleetwood Mac fans for different reasons. Obviously it’s the difference between playing in an arena and playing in a theater.”
“Absolutely, absolutely I would,” Buckingham says of working on a new Fleewtwood Mac album.
With Mick Fleetwood recently telling Playboy, “I don’t believe Fleetwood Mac will ever tour again,” fans may have to settle for solo shows from the band’s Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. According to Fleetwood, their […]
As the second person ever to host Saturday Night Live since first premiering in 1975, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Paul Simon[/lastfm] returned to Studio 8H on Saturday, this time as the show’s musical guest, but not without appearing […]