Rumours of Fleetwood Mac tribute band

I recently discovered this tribute band out of the UK. On their website they said they worked hard to get their live sound to be like Fleetwood Mac's original studio songs, which ultimately was the goal for their love of Fleetwood Mac. Obviously the vocals of the singers won't match perfectly and I wouldn't want them to. The lead singer in the role of Stevie Nicks does have a portion of Stevie's sound, but is also unique sounding. Music wise, they crush it!

They are hugely popular in the UK and had a big tour schedule that is sold out with every performance, well...up until the COVID-19 outbreak. If they ever make it to the USA, i'll be there! I think they are fantastic!

Hopefully you have a good sound rig on your computer. Be very generous with the volume and hopefully...enjoy!

No excuses!

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  • msgmsg Posts: 5,560
    Clever subject line :)
    I disabled signatures.
  • voltzvoltz Posts: 5,423
    Back when I was 16 my cousin took me to a party at the Masseys house..3 girls who live down the street from the 2 Rakestraws sisters! 5 rocking girls who played us Fleetwood mac's Rumors and Fleetwood/fleeetwood (the one with Rhiannon) on a reel-to-reel and I have been a fan forever.

    the live show back in the days cost more then any other at the time and sucks as they were fighting and had no opening band...so they stretched every song on for a long time.. plus to much drugs I think also...but later shows where excellent!
    still love the band and can't get enough of them!

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  • Nesmith98Nesmith98 Posts: 102
    These guys are great. They even preform Peter Green's FWM songs, which is the era I prefer. Thanks for sharing.


  • MilitoMilito Posts: 930
    edited April 23
    Love Fleetwood Mac.

    Thanks for posting this.
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  • MilitoMilito Posts: 930
    She's really good on Rhiannon.

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  • Strong BadStrong Bad Posts: 4,251
    msg wrote: »
    Clever subject line :)

    Well...it is the band's name.
    No excuses!
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