Stevie Nicks Confirms Fleetwood Mac Tour 2013
16 Jul 2012
No more 'little lies' and 'rumours,' Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks puts the record staright about the band's future and reveals plans for her legendary band to hit the road in 2013.
Comeback album and tour rumours have been making the rounds over the past few months and band members were always quick denying them. But yesterday's revelation confirms the age-old proverb "Where there’s smoke, there's fire".
The Fleetwood Mac singer was asked on the likelihood of a full Fleetwood Mac reunion with Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks herself and the possibility of a tour in 2013 and Nicks' response was a clear and definitive "Oh yeah!"
Talking to CBS This Morning program on Thursday, Stevie Nicks said "Fleetwood Mac will reunite for a 2013 tour. That's the plan."
While the tour has been confirmed and given the go-ahead, Stevie Nicks denied plans for a new album. The last official Fleetwood Mac album remains 2003’s “Say You Will”.
Earlier this year Mick Fleetwood almost buried reunion hopes when he expressed his frustration about some Fleetwood Mac members’ solo projects, in particular Stevie Nicks’. “Stevie will not let her solo album go," Mick, one of the founding Fleetwood Mac member said. "I don't believe Fleetwood Mac will ever tour again, but I really hope we do.”
Fleetwood Mac fans, you’ve heard it here. Get ready for a Fleetwood Mac tour next year. Look forward hearing the band’s classic tunes off “Rumours” and songs such as “Little Lies” “Rhiannon” “Dreams” “Don’t Stop” and “Sara” live again for the first time since 2009.