The capo is to guitars what sugar—or Stevia, if you prefer—is to food. It makes everything sweeter. Musicians started noticing the capo's inherent song-sweetening properties sometime in the early 17th century, when primitive versions of the handy accessory were employed to raise the pitch of a host of fretted instruments.
Over the weekend, Fleetwood Mac announced the cancellation of the Australia and New Zealand legs of their current tour. The reason? John McVie, the band's bassist and co-founder, is being treated for cancer.
Legendary Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham will release his first solo acoustic live album, Lindsey Buckingham: One Man Show, tomorrow, November 13. But today, we're excited to be teaming up with Buckingham to premiere the second track on the album, a stirring rendition of "Bleed to Love Her," which first appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 1997 live album, The Dance.
Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham -- whose latest solo album, Seeds We Sow, was released last September -- has announced a new round of solo tour dates beginning May 3 in Solana Beach, California, and concluding May 21 in Spokane, Washington.
Bob Weston, a former Fleetwood Mac guitarist, was found dead on January 3 by police at his home in London. He was 64. The news was announced Friday via a note by Steve Fairhead on Weston's official website.
There’s “The Big Machine” and “The Little Machine,” according to Lindsey Buckingham, the creative force behind the juggernaut edition of Fleetwood Mac. No need to identify the Big Machine. The Little Machine is his humble description of his solo career, which is heating up as the weather cools. His first self-released album, Seeds We Sow, dropped on Sept. 6, three days before he kicked off a 31-city North American tour in Reno, Nevada.
Seeds We Sow, the sixth solo album by legendary Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, came out today, September 6, via his own label, Buckingham Records. Also out today is the new music video for "In Our Own Time," a song off the new album.
Lindsey Buckingham, the longtime Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer, is offering a new song, “Seeds We Sow,” as a free digital download. The song is the title track from his forthcoming sixth solo album, Seeds We Sow, which will be released Sept. 6.