Fleetwood Mac to Reunite

    Members of Fleetwood Mac, from left, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood, wearing sunglasses, and John McVie, pose with their Grammys at the annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Ca., Feb. 23, 1978.  The group won in the category of Album of the Year for "Rumours."  (AP Photo)

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    Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow, Fleetwood Mac. The band will go on tour this year and release a new album, singer Stevie Nicks told Billboard on Tuesday. “These songs sound like they’re 30,” Nicks said. “It’s really wild to me … We sound extremely young to me because when you keep working, things don’t change.” Nicks said they have already recorded three songs, one she describes as an “old Buckingham Nicks song” (referring to her and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham) and two that stem from jam sessions between Buckingham, bassist John McVie, and drummer Mick Fleetwood. The group will tour 34 cities, starting on April 4 in Columbus, Ohio, and wrapping up on June 12 in Detroit.

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