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Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac

Nov 28th 2018 @ Talking Stick Resort Arena

Phoenix, AZ
I Was There
About Fleetwood Mac
Genres:
Rock, Classic Rock
Band Members:
Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie
Hometown:
North Hollywood, CA

The Fleetwood Mac story is an episodic saga that spans more than 30 years. It is the saga of a British blues band formed in 1967 that became a California-based pop group ...
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Wednesday, November 28th, 2018
8:00 PM
Talking Stick Resort Arena
201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
1233 RSVPs
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About Fleetwood Mac
Genres:
Rock, Classic Rock
Band Members:
Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie
Hometown:
North Hollywood, CA

The Fleetwood Mac story is an episodic saga that spans more than 30 years. It is the saga of a British blues band formed in 1967 that became a California-based pop group ...
Read More
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Fan Live Reviews
Victor
Los Angeles, CA@
The Forum
December 17th 2018
Really liked the crowd favorites they played as well as the introductory commentary on “Don’t Dream It’s Over” (originally by Crowded House).
Robert
Los Angeles, CA@
The Forum
December 16th 2018
Fleetwood Mac seemed reenergized tonight. I was pleasantly surprised to see Christine McVie so engaged and genuinely happy. I have seen Fleetwood Mac since the Mirage tour in 1982, and I had never seen them perform Hold Me, so that was incredible. While it was a little awkward to hear Neil Finn sing Lindsey Buckingham’s Second Hand News and Monday Morning, he did an admirable job. Neil Finn is a terrific songwriter in his own right, and while not a Fleetwood Mac song, Don’t Dream It’s Over was wonderful. Stevie Nicks was outstanding, especially on Gold Dust Women. The band was able to go deep into their catalogue of songs, pre-Buckingham/Nicks. The entire crowd was in its feet for most of the show, singing along, and having a great time. While Buckingham’s absence was unfortunate, I’m very glad I didn’t let that stop me from seeing this current incarnation of Fleetwood Mac, because the show was terrific.
December 13th 2018
Everyone was at the top of their game! I’ve wanted to see them for over 40 years. I had an unfortunate event when I was 21 that prevented me from going and I feel so blessed I finally went. I was so happy, I even sobbed. It was incredible.
December 10th 2018
The latest incarnation of Fleetwood Mac was amazing. Timeless. Sure, it might have taken two people (Neil Finn and Mike Campbell) to replace Lindsey Buckingham, but in doing so the two veterans added depth and their own spins on the guitar and male vocal parts. The rest of the band were in mid-career form and played a solid two hour plus set that included a beautiful tribute to Tom Petty (Free Fallin’) and Neil Finn performing his Crowded House classic Don’t Dream it’s Over.
December 1st 2018
Fantastic concert. Many songs were highlights in themselves, but the most touching ones were Landslide with Stevie singing with Neil Finn playing acoustic guitar, the lights lit up everywhere like thousands of candles, but a lot safer now with smartphone ‘candle power’. And the most powerful song was Free Fallin’ which was dedicated to no other than the great artist Tom Petty. So many pictures above the band on the large screen that showed how involved Stevie was in his life through the years. And guitarist Mike Campbell (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) was great as was guitarist Neil Finn (Crowed House) and they made up (enough) for the great missing guitarist from the band Lindsey Buckingham. And of course the whole band of Fleetwood Mac was fantastic in all their playing ...Stevie Nicks (vocals), Mick Fleetwood (drums), Christine McVie (vocals/keyboard), and John McVie (bass), and five others backing up the band (11 in all on stage). The acoustics were very good overall, and lighting effects. There is no other way to experience Fleetwood Mac than to see them live in concert after listening to their music for years in the car, in the home, or on your phone. Great fun night.
November 25th 2018
This concert was fantastic. Christie Mac Vee was awesome, Mick drum solo out of the, the guitars we're so great there were no words to describe, then there's Stevie Nick's uhh I was not impressed. The fact that there was alcohol served and most of the audience was smashed, didn't help. The smell of skunk weed was also heavy in the air. Honestly none of this should be done at a concert. There are those that would like to enjoy the concert without drunks being obnoxious in front or around you.
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