Fleetwood Mac planning world tour next year
British American rock band Fleetwood Mac is planning to hit the road next year after reuniting for a series of concerts following months of wrangling between drummer Mick Fleetwood and singer Stevie Nicks, a spokesperson for the singer confirmed.
They will go on tour to mark the 45th anniversary of the release of the band's first album, with a different line-up, in 1968.
Singer Stevie Nicks has agreed to reunite with Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie but British singer Christine McVie is not expected to sign up for the tour.
"It's certainly looking that way. I don't have specifics yet," the Daily Express quoted a spokesman for Nicks as saying.
The band may even record some new materials for a proposed greatest hits release.
"The Fleetwood Mac tour is on. This may be the end of the road for them after so many great years," a source in Los Angeles said.
They are all older and getting together can be a struggle with their commitments. They all want to go out on a bang," the source added.
Fleetwood Mac has not performed since 2009.