One of the most successful acts in the history of popular music, Fleetwood Mac has gone through a staggering number of lineup changes through the years, but the band has retained a distinctive pop-rock sound that continues to be admired around the world. Founded in 1967, the band started as a blues rock outfit under the leadership of founding member Peter Green, who derived the outfit’s appellation from the names of drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie. This incarnation of the band was fairly successful, but Green’s departure in 1970 would conclude the opening chapter of Fleetwood Mac.
The arrival of Christine McVie (John’s then-spouse) in 1970 signaled the band’s shift to a pop-rock orientation. The next few years brought commercial success but internal turmoil; several members would quit during this period. In the aftermath of this, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined the band, and this lineup would prove massively popular. Rumours (1977) became a monster hit, and it remains one of the top ten best-selling albums in history. Its follow-ups, Tusk (1979) and Mirage (1982), also spawned hit songs, but these efforts were significantly less popular. More roster changes would come in future years.
Today, the band’s touring lineup consists of Nicks, Buckingham, Fleetwood, and John McVie, and they remain compelling, skilled live performers. To get your Fleetwood Mac tickets, simply pick the appropriate concert date from the list we provide on this page. FrontRowTickets.com is your source for tickets to the best live shows happening today.