When asked to describe Fleetwood Mac's latest tour, the closest thing Mick Fleetwood could compare it to was a circus. Aptly titled, "On With The Show," the 33-city stadium run is intended to be a spectacle: a live reunion of five bona fide rock stars, whose personal lives are intertwined like tree roots and documented on a dozen albums. For Christine McVie, it's a homecoming; this marks her first set of public performances since rejoining the band this spring. For Fleetwood, Lindsey Buckingham, John McVie and Stevie Nicks, the next few months are a kick in the face to skeptics who believe the band lives in the past. As Fleetwood told HuffPost Entertainment, "Underneath that canopy, anything can happen."
That was the feeling in the air as the lights went down at New York's Madison Square Garden on Monday night. There was the reunited Fleetwood Mac: Nicks at the microphone, her band assembled behind her (McVie stood at the piano in a sparkling black blazer, ready for her pseudo-coming out party). "We...
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