Fleetwood Mac announces rescheduled dates for tour
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fleetwood Mac has announced rescheduled dates for its North America tour that were postponed earlier this month because singer Stevie Nicks had the flu.
Fleetwood Mac disputes Lindsey Buckingham lawsuit
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fleetwood Mac disputes allegations in a lawsuit filed by Lindsey Buckingham for kicking him off the band's new tour.
In a statement, band spokesperson Kristen Foster says, "Fleetwood Mac looks forward to their day in court."
In the suit, the guitarist and songwriter is seeking his share of tour income because he says he still wants and is able to perform.
Lindsey Buckingham sues Fleetwood Mac for kicking him out
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lindsey Buckingham is suing Fleetwood Mac for kicking him off the band's new tour.
In the suit, the Hollywood Reporter says the guitarist and songwriter is seeking his share of the tour because he says he still wants and is able to perform.
The suit names bandmates Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie and John McVie.
Review: Neil Finn and son Liam get dreamy on ‘Lightsleeper’
Neil & Liam Finn, "Lightsleeper" (Inertia/PIAS)
"Lightsleeper" is the result of another crowded house at the Finn residence. The album principals, father Neil and son Liam, get the rest of the family involved — mother Sharon, son Elroy, nephew Harper — and also provide room and board to one of Neil's new Fleetwood Mac bandmates, Mick Fleetwood.
Fleetwood Mac is coming to Cleveland without Lindsey Buckingham
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Fleetwood Mac plans to keep on going even without one of its central figures.
Less than a month after firing longtime member Lindsey Buckingham from the band, Fleetwood Mac has announced its North American tour, which includes a stop at Quicken Loans Arena on Friday, Oct. 26. Buckingham will be replaced by singer-guitarist Neil Finn and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell.
Lindsey Buckingham will NOT tour with Fleetwood Mac this summer, and "Rolling Stone" says it's because he was FIRED.
He'll be replaced by Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Neil Finn of Crowded House.
Lindsey Buckingham has parted ways with Fleetwood Mac.
The 68-year-old guitarist has left the group just months before they are due to embark on a tour, but Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell and Crowded House's Neil Finn will replace him for the live dates.
The 'Go Your Own Way' hitmakers said in a statement: "Lindsey Buckingham will not be performing with the band on this tour. The band wishes Lindsey all the best."
Fleetwood Mac fires Lindsey Buckingham: Chuck Yarborough
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Fleetwood Mac has fired guitarist, songwriter and singer Lindsey Buckingham.
The ouster apparently was over a dispute about the set list for an upcoming tour by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band, according to Rolling Stone.
Some outlets reported that Buckingham, who initially joined the band in 1974 and wrote or co-wrote some of the group's most famous songs ("Tusk,'' "Go Your Own Way"), had left of his own volition.
Not a rumor: Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac part ways
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lindsey Buckingham will have to go his own way. The singer-guitarist is out of Fleetwood Mac.
The band said in a statement Monday that Buckingham will not be on their new tour. The announcement came in two terse sentences at the bottom of a long news release announcing the new concerts.
"Lindsey Buckingham will not be performing with the band on this tour," the statement said. "The band wishes Lindsey all the best."