It seems that choice to part ways with Lindsey Buckingham has given Fleetwood Mac a new direction for their ever-so-complex band.
In the latest interview with Yahoo!, Mick Fleetwood teased that the band members have been heavily tossing ideas back and forth with each other.
Stevie Nicks indicates that Buckingham's departure means that she has an opportunity to play songs before his arrival with Stevie in 1974. "Rattlesnake Shake", "Station Man" and "Oh Well" are some of the songs she wishes to perform as part of Fleetwood Mac.
Mick Fleetwood expresses that the band looks forward to revisit the blues-based and rock n' roll style they had pre-Buckingham.
And I think Stevie’s even threatening to sing ‘Black Magic Woman,’ which sounds more than exciting!
- Mick Fleetwood
While the 'new' Fleetwood Mac is still planning their tour setlist, this will be one unique tour to date.
"We're looking forward to putting on an incredibly vibrant show that is truly groundbreaking, for us, and that's about as good as it can get for a musician to be in that sort of non-complacent place," said Mick.
To top it all off, Mick also hinted that the addition of two new bandmates could also result in a brand new Fleetwood Mac album. Now we're talking!
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