Sunday Telegraph - Sydney Australia
March 18, 2001
Mac still thinking about tomorrow
Rumours are getting stronger of a new Fleetwood Mac studio album. Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham and Mick Fleetwood have been talking about hooking up this year... but Christine McVie?
Nicks is about to release Trouble in Shangri-La, her first solo album in seven years. It features help from Sheryl Crow, Macy Gray and Sarah McLachlan.
The '70's supergroup that had hits such as Dreams, Don't Stop (Thinking About Tomorrow) and Go Your Own Way played at Bill Clinton's recent farewell, without McVie.
Nicks, Buckingham and Fleetwood were inspired by a brief, successful reunion in 1997 and want to record some new tracks.
"But she (McVie) wants to live in her beautiful English castle with her dogs and her garden" the band's street angel says.
"She doesn't want to do this anymore, no matter what."
Nicks hasn't given up hope, however, and will persuade the boys to join her in a face-to-face with McVie if thats what it takes.
The article was accompanied by a publicity photo from The Dance era.
Thanks to Dawn D for sending the article.