Fleetwood Mac has a lot of treats planned for its fans when the group hits the road next month for its first North American tour. During a session at last week's South By Southwest Music + Media Conference in Austin, Texas, Stevie Nicks told an audience about the songs the group is preparing to play -- including one rarity fans have been requesting for years:
"I'm in rehearsal with them now, and...we go from 'Go Your Own Way' to 'Sara' to 'Never Going Back' to 'Landslide' to, this time we're actually doing -- and you guys are the only ones that even know this -- we're actually doing 'Sisters of the Moon,' which we haven't done since, like, 1979 and 1980. And it's dark -- 'Intense silence as you walked in the room -- and people are like, 'What does that mean? What does that song mean?' And I'm going, 'That's me. That's me talking to my alter ego, the person that's really having a hard time being a rock star and really kind of longs to just be that caretaker again and be home and have a life."
"Sisters of the Moon" appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 1979 album "Tusk." It was the fourth single from the set and peaked at No. 86 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Fleetwood Mac tour begins April 4 in Columbus, Ohio. The North American leg wraps up July 6 in Sacramento, Calif., and the group begins a European run on Sept. 20 in Dublin, Ireland.