Formed in London in 1967, Fleetwood Mac are one of the most iconic and successful rock bands. The band are one of the best-selling in the world, with over 100 million records being sold worldwide.
The original founding members of Fleetwood Mac were guitarist Peter Green, drummer Mick Fleetwood and Jeremy Spencer. John McVie also joined the line-up in-time for their self-titled debut album. After marrying John McVie in 1970, keyboardist Christine Perfect also joined the band after Danny Kirwan, guitarist, had joined in 1968. Following the departure of all three guitarists in the early 70s, Bob Welch, Bob Weston and Dave Walker entered, before all leaving by 1974. In 1974, folk-rock duo Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham joined following a studio-scouting mission in LA by Fleetwood, evolving the band's sound for their 1975 self-titled album, Fleetwood Mac, which reached No. 1 in the US charts.
The following album, Rumours (1977) saw the band rocket to stardom, selling over 40 million records worldwide, hitting No.1 album spot in the US and produced four Top 10 US singles. The album was said to be partly fuelled by the personal and relationship turmoil faced by the band during the making of the album. April 2018 saw the band's biggest hit, "Dreams" re-enter the Hot Rock Songs chart at No. 16 after a viral meme had featured the song. This chart re-entry came 40 years after the song had topped the Hot 100. The song's streaming totals also translated into 7,000 "equivalent album units", a jump of 12 percent, which helped Rumours to go from No. 21 to No. 13 on the Top Rock Albums chart. In the same month, the band announced "An Evening With Fleetwood Mac" tour. The line-up consists of Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn.
The Tour consists of both an American and European leg, concluding in September 2019.