With the high rate of personnel turn over that Fleetwood Mac has experienced since its inception in 1967, it's fitting that their new tour is so far only one month long. Throughout the bands history, they have not had a consistent lineup for more than two years. Other than their founding member/drummer Mick Fleetwood, no other band member has been involved on every album and every tour; the band was a revolving door in which members would come and go as they pleased. So now with their greatest hits album soon to be released, the four current members are taking it slow with the tour. Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks (the now formation of Fleetwood Mac) are set to do some intense touring on the Northeast Coast of the United States (as well as dipping into the Midwest and even Canada) throughout March of 2009. The tour named "Unleashed," is a 16-concert mini tour promoting their greatest hits album of the same name. More Fleetwood Mac tour dates are expected to be announced very shortly, however, it may be a good idea to get your tickets now, just in case this turns out to be the shortest reunion yet.