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Here's Why Buckingham Is Out of Fleetwood Mac

Stevie Nicks says ousted member wanted tour pushed back

(Newser) - Two weeks after his exit from Fleetwood Mac was revealed, Lindsey Buckingham remains mum about the cause. Not his former band members. Stevie Nicks tells Rolling Stone the split came after Buckingham proposed pushing back the band's upcoming North American tour, which kicks off Oct. 3. "We were... More »

Lindsey Buckingham Is Out of Fleetwood Mac

Singer-guitarist parts ways with the band

(Newser) - Lindsey Buckingham will have to go his own way. The singer-guitarist is out of Fleetwood Mac, the AP reports. 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... More »

Top 6 Highest-Earning Women in Music

So. Much. Moola.

(Newser) - Forbes published its list of the world's highest-paid women in music this week. And once again Sarah McLachlan is nowhere to be found despite what we assume is a lucrative ad deal with Big Tears . No, it appears the real moneymakers are popular world tours and hit singles.... More »

Fleetwood Mac Plans Reunion Tour

Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, and the gang are back

(Newser) - Members of Fleetwood Mac won't be going their own way anymore, E! Online reports. The timeless 1970s light-rock band plans to tour again next year, says frontwoman Stevie Nicks: "It's the plan. Because that's what we do." Lately Nicks has been plugging her solo album,... More »

Ex-Fleetwood Mac Guitarist Bob Welch Dead

Police think he killed himself

(Newser) - Bob Welch, an early member of Fleetwood Mac who later scored some big hits as a solo artist, is dead of an apparent suicide at age 66, reports the Tennessean . Police think Welch shot himself in his Nashville home. Welch was a singer and guitarist with Fleetwood Mac from 1971... More »

Crow to Croon With Fleetwood Mac

She'll probably join pal Stevie Nicks sometime next year

(Newser) - Fleetwood Mac may soon get a new face and a new voice: Sheryl Crow. "We definitely have plans for collaborating in the future, and we'll see what happens," the singer told Spinner.com. "I think that's going to be next year." She would join her friend... More »

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