Fleetwood Mac: The Dance
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20th Anniversary Reunion Concert -- Rumours
In 1997, the members of Fleetwood Mac —Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie and Stevie Nicks — reunited to commemorate the anniversary of their phenomenally successful album Rumours. Take a front-row seat to this world-class performance!
PBS North Wednesday, June 6, 7pm and Sunday June 10 9pm
Filmed over three nights in an intimate setting at a sound stage in Los Angeles, the band performed songs that have since become among the best known in rock history, including “Don’t Stop,” “The Chain,” “Go Your Own Way,” “Dreams” and “You Make Loving Fun” as well as other favorites such as “Rhiannon,” “Say You Love Me,” “Sara” and “Tusk.” Fleetwood Mac – The Dance is part of special programming premiering during WDSE-WRPT’s June Membership Drive. Fleetwood Mac originally formed as a blues band in 1967 but came to worldwide prominence in 1975 with their album Fleetwood Mac. With the release of Rumours in 1977, the group achieved unparalleled success both critically and commercially. Rumours became one of the best-selling albums of all-time, remaining at #1 on the Billboard album charts for 31 consecutive weeks and receiving a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.