Stevie Nicks, the singer for the immensely popular 1970s group has revealed that they’re also in discussions to record new music that will coincide with their performances, telling ABC News Radio, “We go into rehearsals somewhere around the end of February. So … if everything goes to plan, we should probably be out [on the road] by the end of April [or] May, I would think.”
When discussing the possibility of performing new songs together she was unsure of how many they might actually play during their reunion. “Well, actually, maybe like two songs, maybe four, who knows? We don’t really know yet ‘cos we’re not in the world of Fleetwood Mac yet. We’re just still in talks about that.”
With their reunion now confirmed further talking points have arisen over where they might actually play, with the infamous Glastonbury festival in England appearing to be the prime destination for their talents.
Emily Eavis, the festival organiser has said in the past, “I think Fleetwood Mac would be amazing to get, I’ll be totally honest we haven’t had any conversations with them yet but, you know it is still early days. We’re just talking to some headliners now. For us it’s about getting the balance of heritage bands, legends and new bands – just keeping that balance.”
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