At the end of the day, those are my decisionsFleetwood Mac guitarist goes solo again Oct 03, 2006
It's a tricky equation, but...you don't make an album that sounds as fresh as ('Say You Will') and just go out and do a rehash set. I think you can strike a balance between that (new material) and the things that people are familiar withFeature: Fleetwood Mac on the road May 08, 2003
I've noticed it being played quite a few times right before (radio stations) break for their two-minute capsule report on the warFleetwood Mac reinventing itself Apr 14, 2003
We'd been talking about doing a Fleetwood Mac album, anyway, so Stevie sent a bunch of tracks over, and it eventually morphed into a Fleetwood Mac albumFleetwood Mac reinventing itself Apr 14, 2003
Lindsey Adams Buckingham (born October 3, 1949) is an American guitarist, singer, composer and producer, most notable for being the guitarist and male lead singer of the musical group Fleetwood Mac. Aside from his tenure with Fleetwood Mac, Buckingham has also released five solo albums and a live album. As a member of Fleetwood Mac, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
Born in Palo Alto, California, Buckingham was the third and youngest child of Rutheda (née Elliott) and Morris Bialecke. He had two older brothers, Jeff and Greg. Growing up in the Bay Area community of Atherton, California, Buckingham and his brothers were encouraged to swim competitively. Though Buckingham dropped out of athletics to pursue music, his brother Greg went on to win a silver medal at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.
Lindsey's first forays into guitar playing took place on a toy Mickey Mouse guitar, playing along to his brother Jeff's extensive collection of 45s. Noticing his talent, Buckingham's parents bought their son a $35 Harmony guitar.