The extraordinarily ill-advised decision to cut away from the Grammy Awards' all-star closing number -- featuring Lindsey Buckingham, Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor and Queens of the Stone Age -- has led to an apology from the telecast's executive producer.
Lindsey Buckingham will join Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age and Nine Inch Nails during the Grammys finale on Jan. 26. But nobody's sure what this very loud, and totally awesome, lineup will perform together.
There will be a new album from Fleetwood Mac when -- or if -- Stevie Nicks is able to commit songs she's written for the band and not her solo album. That's according to Lindsey Buckingham, who recently said the group's recording future depend on Nicks.
With Fleetwood Mac back on the road and playing new material for the first time in a decade, fans have reason to hope that the group's on-and-off momentum over the past few years might regain some measure of consistency. Those hopes should be reinforced by comments Lindsey Buckingham made …
With the recent news of Fleetwood Mac's upcoming 2013 tour comes yet another wave of questions regarding the possibility of keyboardist Christine McVie ever rejoining the band -- and forcing Lindsey Buckingham to tell us, once again, that it's probably never going to happen.
Over the last 30 years or so, Fleetwood Mac fans have grown accustomed to long waits between studio albums -- but if recent statements made by Lindsey Buckingham are accurate, the band could end its nearly 10-year recording drought in the not-too-distant future.
We have been waiting 10 years for a new Stevie Nicks album so we could feature her in Jack FM's Artist Spotlight! Not only does she have amazing classics with Fleetwood Mac, her solo career wasn't half bad either. Now a new masterpiece, "In Your Dreams" which Ro…