2012 – Bob Welch, an early member of rock band Fleetwood Mac died on This Day in Rock History! Bob was 66 when he apparently committed suicide at his home in Nashville with a single gunshot wound to the chest, and a suicide note. Mick Fleetwood said that Welch’s suicide was “incredibly out of character.” […]
2003 – Veteran rock band Fleetwood Mac previews a new song, “Peacekeeper,” on the NBC series “Third Watch.” The song, which premieres at the end of the episode, is off the group’s album “Say You Will.”
1991 – The Record Plant in Hollywood closes. Among the albums recorded at the recording studio and rock hangout were the Eagles’ “Hotel California,” Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” and Stevie Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life.” Note: it has since, reopened. Record Plant Studios (also known as just “The Record Plant”) is a famous recording […]
1990 – Fleetwood Mac scored their fourth UK No.1 album with ‘Behind The Mask.’
1980 – during a UK tour Fleetwood Mac played the first of six sold-out nights at Wembley Arena, London, England.
1979 – Fleetwood Mac were awarded a star on Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame.
1977 – during a North American tour Fleetwood Mac appeared at Madison Square Garden, New York City.
1977 – Fleetwood Mac went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Dreams’, the groups first and only US No.1, it made No.24 in the UK.
1977 – during a UK tour Fleetwood Mac played the first of three sold-out nights at the Rainbow Theatre in London.
1977 – Fleetwood Mac went to No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Rumours.’ Also on this day Fleetwood Mac kicked off a 7-date UK tour at the Odeon, Birmingham, England. Lyrics: Now here you go again You say you want your freedom Well who am I to keep you down Its only right that […]