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Akron/Family drummer Dana Janssen, who records under the name Dana Buoy, ends his new EP, Preacher, with a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Everywhere" from their 1987 album Tango In The Night. Janssen puts…   Read Story »
UPDATE 3/27/14: It's really happening. Fleetwood Mac have released the dates for their first tour with Christine McVie since the late '90s. Check out the dates for the band's On With The Show tour…   Read Story »
Singer/keyboardist Christine McVie was always a massively important part of Fleetwood Mac, both as a singer and a songwriter. She retired from the band in 1998, but she reunited with them onstage in…   Read Story »
Fleetwood Mac's 2013 tour wraps up tonight in Vegas, but as Vulture points out, Stevie Nicks was tending to some other business Friday: She officiated a private wedding ceremony for Vanessa Carlton…   Read Story »
The singer and keyboardist Christine McVie was a huge part of Fleetwood Mac's success during its ridiculous late-'70s hot streak; she wrote "Don't Stop" and "You Make Loving Fun" and many of the…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, I got to see Bat For Lashes at Sweden's Way Out West festival, and Natasha Khan was a marvel: Warm, confident, in ridiculously fine vocal form, able to rock a nutso flowery pantsuit…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, we posted live video of old-school studio-rock all-stars Fleetwood Mac playing a new song called "Sad Angel." That track comes from the creatively titled Extended Play, the new…   Read Story »
On Saturday night, old-school studio-rock deities Fleetwood Mac played a show at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Arena, an early date on a long U.S. arena tour. At the show, Lindsey Buckingham mentioned…   Read Story »
As a kind of Valentine's Day gift to the world, the Brooklyn-based designer-pop trio Selebrities have covered Fleetwood Mac's 1987 trifle "Everywhere," enlisting New York singers Erika Spring and…   Read Story »
Thus far this year, we've already heard one prominent, indie-centric Fleetwood Mac cover album: The all-star Just Tell Me That You Want Me – A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac. And now there's another one…   Read Story »