The break-up between Fleetwood Mac and Lindsey Buckingham came about because the guitarist is not immediately wanted touring. According to the remaining band members Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood, the group would go to rehearse and loved Lindsey the boot.
“He wanted until november 2019 touring,” says Nicks at Rolling Stone. “That is still far away. I just solo seventy shows done and when I’ve finished, I want to direct to the next. Why would we stop? I don’t want that. We have nothing else to do. This is what we do.”
Fleetwood Mac left Buckingham then know, without him to continue. A dismissal is no question, says Fleetwood. “We came to an impasse and decided without him to go,” he says. Buckingham, who by the band and has been replaced by former Tom Petty guitarist Mike Campbell and Crowded House frontman Neil Finn, has not yet on his departure, responded.
According to Nicks, who saves the group without Buckingham. He previously made between 1987 and 1997, not a part of the band. “Life goes on and I just want to be with these guys,” said Nicks. “My relationship with Lindsey is always unstable. We are not married but we had just as well have been,” she says. “It is a pity for me, but I want the next years of my life to be happy.”
Fleetwood Mac will begin in October with their tour.