Lindsey Buckingham is mostly known for his work as the lead guitarist and one of the main vocalists for Fleetwood Mac. Joining the band in 1974, Buckingham insisted his partner Stevie Nicks would join with him. Mick Fleetwood of the band agreed, and Fleetwood Mac entered into its most famous and beloved period. Lindsey Buckingham wrote some of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest singles, including “Go Your Own Way”, “Tusk”, “Big Love” and “Family Man”. He also recorded vocals and produced many of the songs himself, sharing the work with his bandmates. It made for a wonderful onstage dynamic, despite inner conflicts, and meant that the band could come together and regain the classic magic, even after years of separation. In the time that Buckingham left Fleetwood Mac, between 1987 and 1993, Buckingham spent most of his time in the studio writing and recording music. He had already released two solo albums alongside his time with Fleetwood Mac, to much acclaim, though never with the same success as his band. His solo music was far more influenced by the New Wave movement of the early 80s, and he often recorded most of the instrumentation himself. In 1983, Buckingham wrote and recorded “Holiday Road” and “Dancin’ Across the USA” for the movie National Lampoon's Vacation, and the track “Time Bomb Town” for Back to the Future in 1985. These tracks are still some of his best known. In 2017 Buckingham has collaborated with bandmate Christine McVie - who only rejoined Fleetwood Mac in 2014 - and the duo will be releasing an album of all new material written by them over a period of about three years.
It’s a real treat to see Buckingham live, and that’s something that will prove why he was entered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the 90s, and has consistently been named one of the 100 best guitarists of all time. His distinctive finger-playing style leads to an almost classical sound in the way he plays. It’s unlike many other rock and new wave music you will get to see live, and his talent extends way beyond his unique guitar playing style and powerful voice. Lindsey Buckingham tickets are always in high demand, don't miss out on seeing this legend by scoring your tickets from TicketCity!
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Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie Tour 2017
The collaborative album with Christine McVie will be taken onto the road, so catching these shows should be a double treat. The Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie tour will start in Atlanta in June, and then the duo will visit cities such as Raleigh, Boston, Detroit, Toronto, Woodinville, Las Vegas and Phoenix, before finishing in Denver in July.