Pre-order a signed copy of Mick Fleetwood’s new book ‘Play On: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac’

PLAY ON: NOW, THEN AND FLEETWOOD MAC will publish in the UK on 30th October, 2014. This is your ONLY chance to pre-order a signed copy.

Purchase your signed copy of PLAY ON: NOW, THEN AND FLEETWOOD MAC by Mick Fleetwood – one of just 500 signed copies available for pre-order. There’s an incredible reward for the person who brings the most other people in, too – a trip to Washington DC to see Fleetwood Mac in concert and meet Mick before the show.

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“After forty-six years of being on the road, now is the right time to look back in a way I’ve never done before: now and then. I’m looking forward to sharing it with you.”

Mick Fleetwood has been part of one of the world’s most successful and adored bands for over four decades. Here he tells the full and candid story of that life, and what it is to be part of the ever evolving Fleetwood Mac. His all-access autobiography spans the career of one of classic rock’s greatest drummers and band leaders, the co-founder of the deeply loved super group that bears his name.

PLAY ON: NOW, THEN AND FLEETWOOD MAC will publish in the UK on 30th October, 2014. This is your ONLY chance to pre-order a signed copy.

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Fleetwood Mac is back: Christine McVie sings again as the tour starts anew | The Guardian (UK)

Dylan Hicks
theguardian.com
Wednesday 1 October 2014

Though Stevie Nicks and the band are older, they opened their first reunited show in 16 years with the hallmark brilliance for playing off each others’ strengths

Stevie Nicks sings at a Fleetwood Mac show in London in 2013. Photograph: Christie Goodwin/Redferns via Getty Images

Stevie Nicks sings at a Fleetwood Mac show in London in 2013. Photograph: Christie Goodwin/Redferns via Getty Images

The key selling point for Fleetwood Mac’s On With The Show tour, which opened on Tuesday at Minneapolis’s Target Center, is that it’s the first in 16 years to include keyboardist and singer-songwriter Christine McVie, lately relieved of her fear of flying and sprung from her doggy English countryside redoubt.

All of the band’s members except taciturn bassist John McVie, Christine’s ex-husband, paid vocal tribute to her over the course of a spirited two-and-half-hour set. “Our songbird has returned,” said drummer Mick Fleetwood during an extended encore. Continue reading