Why does Fleetwood Mac have balls hanging?
The ‘balls’ hanging between Fleetwood’s legs on the ‘Rumours’ album cover are actually toilet chains. The chain balls that hang from Mick’s belt on the cover of ‘Rumours’ are his fashion signature – he wears them every time he performs.
What was the controversy with Fleetwood Mac?
The international tour for Rumours began on February 24, 1977. Stevie Nicks upped her cocaine habit to cope with the fame and stress, and eventually began damaging her voice. And, as if Fleetwood Mac didn’t have enough intertwined relationships, Nicks and the still-married Mick Fleetwood began a cocaine-fueled affair.
What was the original line up of Fleetwood Mac?
The original members of Fleetwood Mac were Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Peter Green, and Jeremy Spencer. Later members included Danny Kirwan, Christine McVie, Bob Welch, Stevie Nicks, and Lindsey Buckingham.
Is Daisy Jones Stevie Nicks?
Photos from the set of Amazon’s Daisy Jones and the Six show the star dressed as a 1970s rock star, looking curiously like Stevie Nicks during Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours era. The limited series is based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s novel of the same name about a fictional rock band from the 1970s.
Did Christine McVie have a relationship with Lindsey Buckingham?
After Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham and John and Christine McVie ended their respective relationships, they all began dating other people. This made for some discomfit as the exes were all still working together in Fleetwood Mac.
Why did Lindsey fire Fleetwood?
The reason for his leaving the legendary band was due to a reported “disagreement over the band’s upcoming tour”.
Is Daisy Jones and the six about Stevie Nicks?
And it’s based on a real band. When designing Daisy Jones and the Six, Reid says she was inspired by Fleetwood Mac, a band in which real-life romances between bandmates made it into the music. “I kept coming back to that moment when Lindsey [Buckingham] watched Stevie [Nicks] sing ‘Landslide.
Did Fleetwood Mac sleep with each other?
Christine McVie began an affair with Martin Birch, Fleetwood Mac’s married sound engineer in 1973. The band then got rid of Birch (and Bob Weston, the aforementioned Fleetwood Mac guitarist who’d been having an affair with Fleetwood’s wife).