Mick Fleetwood speaks on the future of Fleetwood Mac: ‘I’d say we’re done’

Mick Fleetwood believes Fleetwood Mac is ‘finished’ after Christine McVie’s death.

The singer and keyboardist died in hospital in November after a brief illness at the age of 79. The 75-year-old drummer is set to step on stage again under the name Fleetwood Mac after his friend passed away. I admit that I can’t even think of it.

Speaking to the LA Times at the Grammy Awards at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday night (05.02.23), he said: of Chris.

“I’d like to say we’re done, but we’ve all said it before. It’s unthinkable now.”

But Mick insists he’s not done playing music yet, copying former and current members of the band, including Stevie Nicks, Mike Campbell, Neil Finn and Lindsey Buckingham, and looking for new projects. intend to.

Sticksman, whose bassist John McVie, who was once married to Christine, is also on Fleetwood Mac, adds: who’s there? “

Mick, 75, teamed up with Bonnie Raitt and Sheryl Crow to honor Christine at the Grammy Awards.

The trio performed Fleetwood Mac’s hit “Songbird.” The song was written and composed by Christine, and rock icon Christine has admitted that she’s happy to be able to “make a fuss” about his late bandmate.

he said:

“There’s been a lot of commotion, but I’m really happy to have caused her to make a fuss.

“It’s a double-edged sword. It involves celebration and silent prayers that contain the grief of loss. But you can live with this lovely lady.” [Sheryl], and it’s beautiful to me to see Bonnie happen. “

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