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Preview the Fleetwood Mac On With the Show Tour Ahead of Final 2015 Dates

January 13, 2015 by Alyssa


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In honor of the upcoming 2015 leg of Fleetwood Mac’s On With the Show Tour, which starts back up on Jan. 16 in St. Paul, Minn., we’re taking a look back at the 40 concerts that made up the first half of the venture last fall. The ongoing Fleetwood Mac tour is the first since 1998 to feature influential singer-songwriter and keyboardist Christine McVie, so there were a handful of nice surprises in store for fans at the recent live shows.

In early January, The Guardian reported that Lindsey Buckingham hinted that the next Fleetwood Mac tour and album could bring this legendary band’s nearly half-century career to a close. Make sure you don’t miss what may be one of the last chances to watch the collective live; order your Fleetwood Mac tickets from our marketplace today.

While we can’t say for sure what’s in store for the upcoming concerts, we compiled some of our favorite highlights from the 2014 On With the Show performances.

Fleetwood Mac Tour 2014 Highlights

Obviously one of the big draws of the latest Fleetwood Mac tour was the long-awaited return of Christine McVie. A handful of her most adored songs were added to the setlist, many of which haven’t been performed in the U.S. since the band’s famous The Dance Tour in 1997.

In addition, none of the following songs appeared on the setlist for the Fleetwood Mac Live Tour in 2013.

“You Make Loving Fun”
One of McVie’s most popular singles, “You Make Loving Fun” was the preferred show opener during the 2014 leg of the Fleetwood Mac tour.

 

“Little Lies”
This Tango in the Night song was the band’s last top-10 single in the U.S., peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1987. According to setlist.fm, the band’s performance of the song at the Target Center concert on Sept. 30 marked the first time it was played live since 1990.

 

“Songbird”
Every stop on the 2014 Fleetwood Mac tour has ended with a solo performance of McVie’s moving 1977 ballad, “Songbird.” The track originally closed side one of Fleetwood Mac’s legendary album Rumours, which is the ninth all-time best-selling album in the U.S.

 

“The Chain”
This is the only song in the Fleetwood Mac discography that co-credits all five current members of the band, so it’s been especially meaningful to see the quintet back on stage performing the track together live.

 

Check out the full 2014 setlist on Spotify below, and then make sure you secure your seats for the upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour dates.

 

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