Fleetwood Mac prepares to go on tour again
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- After a three-year break, Fleetwood Mac is hitting the road again for a major national tour. It also marks a milestone, the 35th anniversary of the release of "Rumours," one of the most successful albums of all time.
Fleetwood Mac is preparing to go on a big arena tour, including stops in late May at Anaheim's Honda Center and the Hollywood Bowl.
"It makes you stay young. It makes you stay vibrant. We're in a wonderful, mysterious, crazy band. So we get to stay young because of this," said Stevie Nicks.
On the new tour, you will hear the songs that make up the foundation of the band, but it may have a different feel to it, according to Lindsey Buckingham.
"It's what you do around the edges, the colors that you use to sort of accent everything else that makes the set different," Buckingham said.
A deluxe re-issue of "Rumours" comes out next week.
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