Fleetwood Mac: Christine McVie is like a sister
Fleetwood Mac think of Christine McVie as a sister and are delighted she will be joining them for their Fleetwood Mac Live London shows on September 25 and 27.
Fleetwood Mac think of Christine McVie as a sister.
The band are delighted that their former member - who initially joined the group in 1970 after marrying bass guitarist John McVie - will be reuniting with them for their Fleetwood Mac Live London shows on September 25 and 27.
Drummer Mick Fleetwood said: "I think she's going to come and do the last two shows in London.
"It's going to be great - Christine's music is so much part of Fleetwood Mac. She's been gone now for many, many years and she's like my sister.
"We're going to make her feel comfortable and have fun and I think people will love it."
Frontwoman Stevie Nicks claims perform keyboard player Christine will join them to perform her biggest charting single with the group, 'Don't Stop', with her at the show.
She told Gigwise.com: "She's coming to do two nights here and will probably do 'Don't Stop'. I'm not sure, but she's coming to Dublin to rehearse whatever song she's going to do.
"We never wanted her to leave, so for us it's amazing that she is going to come."
The band released the first album in 10 years, 'Extended Play', in April and will be wrapping up their world tour on December 7.