6 A dream-wor­thy night with Fleet­wood Mac

Toronto Life - - Culture -

Ear­lier this year, Fleet­wood Mac parted ways with long-time gui­tarist Lind­sey Buck­ing­ham over a tour sched­ul­ing con­flict. He was the creative mind be­hind some of the band’s most iconic songs, in­clud­ing “Go Your Own Way” and “Never Go­ing Back Again,” and his de­par­ture felt like a ma­jor loss. But it’s not the first time the group has changed dy­nam­ics over its 50-year run: founder Pe­ter Green said farewell to the band in the ’70s and Ste­vie Nicks took a de­tour as a soloist in the ’90s. In Buck­ing­ham’s place, they sub in for­mer Tom Petty and the Heart­break­ers gui­tarist Mike Camp­bell and Crowded House front­man Neil Finn for a show that in­cludes all of the hits, paired with nos­tal­gic tracks from their early days.

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