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Old 05-13-2018, 09:36 AM
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More importantly, a FM touring lineup with Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, Neil Finn, and Mike Campbell could never be seen as a blemish on their history. In fact, if anything, history will probably say FM lived up their history of drama and lineup changes right up to the end.
And, it’s not like this tour was ever going to add to the band’s legacy, even if there wasn’t a split with Lindsey. It was always going to just be a celebration of a legacy. Which legacy is the big difference, IMO. Lindsey talks about the band’s 43 year legacy, Mick seems to be focused on the band’s 50 year legacy. But, really, what better way to celebrate the band’s legacy than to have unexpected drama up until the very end? It really doesn’t get more Fleetwood Mac than that.
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