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Once in a Lifetime Concert

Written by Steve Aug 01, 2010 at 05:31 PM
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Now, I can say I have seen all of the best. We did the Detroit show last night, and the band was nothing short of AWESOME. The Mac rates right up there with my all time favorite band, The Eagles. If you get the chance to see this tour TAKE IT! You will not regret it. I am so glad we decided to go!
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respect for LB as never before

Written by Marcy Gradolph Jun 23, 2009 at 11:33 AM
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I have been and always will be, a true Stevie Nicks fan. I sent a big personal package backstage, never acknowledged...that is ok...

I was in the first rows and had a fantastic camera which Mr. Buckingham absolutely delighted me with his mastery of the guitar and stage presence. I will be in awe of him and think he surpasses any rock guitarist/poet of our time.....He totally carried the show..As much as I love Stevie and her music has made me flourish and survive the past 2 years,,, I do not feel she was "there" in Detroit- and I had just seen her at the Casino in Detroit several months earlier.. She perhaps had an issue or an off big deal...

I wish I could go see them again..I wish she would have responded to my mature and heartfelt letter and gift...That is all ok...My life is evolving, my karma has never been greater, and my train has left the station for better times, in part because of the music of Fleetwood Mac....I listen to something every day- for strength, power, compassion, poetry, whatever...They are a gift to our generation and I thank them for that...
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Written by Wayne-Bob Mar 10, 2009 at 11:04 PM
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The March 8th Detroit concert was was one of the best I've seen. I've been a Mac
fan since I was in Viet Nam ...around 1969. I was absolutely THRILLED when I heard
Lindsey Buckingham begin the old classic riff to "Oh Well"....I couldn't believe my
ears. My God...lots of the classics from the late '70s onward PLUS you even opened
up the catalog to include solo material and very early stuff. Bravo/Brava. "Oh
Well' - Oh Magnificent. Mr. Buckingham.....thank God for The Kingston Trio and your
genius to apply that to R & R. Yooz guyz are still the best !
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Simply Amazing

Written by Lonnie Mar 09, 2009 at 03:36 PM
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I read Michele's review of the first night in Pittsburgh, and I can say that the Detroit performance followed pretty much the same script and was awesome. The music started at 8:15 and continued for over two hours, with two encores. Some of the best music, as well as the introductions, took place during the encores.

Lindsey made a similar introduction for Second Hand News (working through emotions while recording this), but Stevie also pointed out the meaning of Gypsy, and talked about taking her bed off the frame, putting it on the floor, and surrounding herself with paper flowers & such during her difficult times with Lindsey and dealing with becoming famous. This became her way of finding a little comfort.

I had seen Stevie in concert twice, but this was the first time for Fleetwood Mac, and I smiled the whole time. I was truly inspired not only by Stevie (as always), but also by the energy that Lindsey put in, and how much fun he was having.

Overall, it was a very polished performance, and lot of fun.
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