The last time anyone saw Fleetwood Mac, the popular 70’s band, live they were missing one very important individual.
Mick Fleetwod, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, and John McVie welcomed Christine McVie back to the band and decided to take one last tour before retiring.
The tour, called On with the Show, started on September 30 and will end on March 31, 2015.
Tuesday, October 21 the band played a sold-out show in Indianapolis at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse and quite a show it was.
“The Chain” was played as the opening song and every crowd member rose from their seats.
Other classic songs such as “Go Your Own Way”, “Landslide”, “Dreams”, and “Gypsy” also created an uproar of applaud.
Stevie Nicks performed their newest single, “Sisters of the Moon”, which gained appreciation from the crowd.
Although the band members are approaching 60 years of age, their vocals have barely changed.
Buckingham and McVie were the top vocalists of the night, nobody would have known that the two had voices aging around 40 years.
Nicks performed decently, even though her range has lowered.
The band adapted well to her vocal changes and made every song as original as past tours.
At the end of the three hour show, Mick Fleetwood gave a farewell speech to the crowd, thanking the fans for their support over the past 40 or more years and cited one of the greatest closing statements, “Take care of yourselves in this crazy world we live in, and remember, above all else, to be kind to everyone.”
The show was an unforgettable one that Fleetwood Mac fans will remember forever.