2003 – Currently in the midst of big autumn tours, Bruce Springsteen, Cher, Steely Dan and Fleetwood Mac refrain from playing on the second anniversary of the 9-11 attacks. Person Bruce Springsteen Right click for SmartMenu shortcuts
2003 – Fleetwood Mac kick off their tour in support of Say You Will in Columbus, Ohio.
1998 – Robert “Waddy” Wachtel, a musician and arranger who worked on such albums by Linda Ronstadt and Fleetwood Mac, and his wife are arrested for investigation of possessing child pornography, allegedly found on his personal computer.
1997 – Fleetwood Mac’s reunion show at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, N.J., grosses a house record of $1,094,520.
1997 – The Fleetwood Mac reunion tour in support of the band’s new album “The Dance,” gets under way at the Meadows in Hartford, Conn.
1997 – Fleetwood Mac’s live MTV album, The Dance, hit number 1 in 1997. It eventually sold 5 million copies in the U.S. after entering the BILLBOARD charts at number 1. A short tour by the band followed. The Dance included a live version of the original B-side to the 1977 “Go Your Own Way” […]
1997 – Fleetwood Mac’s reunion album “The Dance” is released.
1993 – A pre-inaugural gala in Landover, Md., toasting incoming president Bill Clinton features a reunion of Fleetwood Mac performing “Don’t Stop (Thinking About Tomorrow),” the unofficial campaign song for Clinton and his running mate, Al Gore. Other performers included Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, Michael Jackson, Little Richard and Chuck Berry.
1986 – Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie marries Eduardo DeMendoca this day in rock history!
1984 – Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac files for bankruptcy. Pictured far right.
1982 – The three day US Festival in San Bernardino, California, was held in 1982. Fleetwood Mac, Jackson Browne, The Police, The Cars, Santana, The Grateful Dead, Eddie Money, Talking Heads, Tom Petty and others performed at the event organized by Apple Computers. It was attended by over 400000 people, and even though $10 million […]
1982 – The three-day US Festival, sponsored by Apple Computer’s Steve Wozniak, kicks off today in San Bernardino, Calif. Among those performing are Fleetwood Mac, the Police, Talking Heads, Pat Benatar, and perhaps most unusually, Marxist punks Gang of Four. Some 400,000 people are treated to songs like “Capital (It Fails Us Now).”