Rock legends Fleetwood Mac, who performed two sold-out shows at NYC’s Madison Square Garden earlier this week, have confirmed they will be adding at least 28 more dates to their already scheduled 40-city ON WITH THE SHOW tour. The second leg of the tour will include a stop in Lincoln, Nebraska at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Jan. 17, 2015.
Fleetwood Mac is currently performing with their five star lineup including the returning songbird Christine McVie who rejoined the band following a 16 year absence.
RECENT REVIEWS FOR FLEETWOOD MAC’S ON WITH THE SHOW TOUR
“The principal emotion during the nearly 2 1/2-hour performance was the joy of having keyboardist McVie back in this group… She brought high harmonies and several songs, including 'Little Lies,' 'You Make Loving Fun' and the closing 'Songbird,' back into the repertoire. Nicks hasn’t sounded this good since the early ‘90’s. What a rhythm machine and what an articulate emotional guitarist Buckingham is.” - Minneapolis Star Tribune
“It’s still magical. Between Buckingham’s epic guitar solos, Mick Fleetwood’s massive drumming, John McVie’s strong bass work, Nicks’ patented spins to punctuate the lovely 'Gypsy' and Christine McVie’s lush vocals, Fleetwood Mac looked ready to take on what Buckingham has called ‘the next chapter.’” - Newsday
**** (four stars) - The Guardian (UK)
"Fleetwood Mac has the intricacy, elegance and underlying punch of its songs…" - The New York Times.
“With Christine’s songs back in the set, her calm, angular presence back on the stage, there was an undeniable feeling of rejuvenation... Fleetwood and John McVie on bass reminded concert-goers why the band is named for them... They still put a layer of muscle behind everything the band did... Buckingham was ferocious and tireless as lead guitar. This man is a vital musical presence – the soul of the band. Ditto for the vitality of Nicks, its cauldron-stirring spirit... Her showcase songs, 'Landslide,' 'Gold Dust Woman' and, especially 'Silver Springs,' were the night’s highlights.” - Chicago Tribune
“Drum solos can sometimes seem like an endurance test for a rock audience. It’s a rare joy to witness one wherein the drummer seems to experience as much giddy delight as Mick Fleetwood did. He whooped and howled, coaxing the crowd in call-and-response shouts while demonstrating his singular rhythmic sensibility.” - Chicago Sun Times