List of Fleetwood Mac members

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Fleetwood Mac in 1977, from left to right: Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. Fleetwood Mac (1977).jpg
Fleetwood Mac in 1977, from left to right: Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.

Fleetwood Mac are a British-American rock band, originally formed in London. Formed in July 1967, the group originally consisted of lead guitarist and vocalist Peter Green, slide guitarist and vocalist Jeremy Spencer, bassist Bob Brunning and drummer Mick Fleetwood. The band's current lineup includes Fleetwood, bassist John McVie (since September 1967), keyboardist and vocalist Christine McVie (originally joined in August 1970, and most recently since January 2014), vocalist Stevie Nicks (from December 1974 to December 1990, and since March 1997), and guitarists Mike Campbell and Neil Finn (both since April 2018).

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History

1967–1973

Fleetwood Mac are a British-American rock band, originally formed in London. After leaving John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, guitarist and vocalist Peter Green and drummer Mick Fleetwood formed Fleetwood Mac in July 1967 with slide guitarist Jeremy Spencer and bassist Bob Brunning. In September, Brunning was replaced by John McVie, Green and Fleetwood's original choice for the role. [1] [2] Danny Kirwan was added as a third guitarist following the release of Mr. Wonderful in August 1968. [3] Green suddenly left the band in 1970 due to problems with drug abuse and mental health issues, playing his last show with the band on 20 May. [3] [4] McVie's wife Christine – who had collaborated with the band multiple times – joined on keyboards and vocals shortly after Green's departure, officially becoming a member in August. [5]

During a United States tour in February 1971, Spencer departed Fleetwood Mac after leaving the band's Los Angeles hotel and not returning; it was later revealed that he had joined the Children of God organisation. [6] Green temporarily returned to take Spencer's place on the tour, with Bob Welch joining after its conclusion. [3] Kirwan was fired by Fleetwood in August 1972, after he got into a drunken argument with Welch backstage, injured himself, broke his guitar and refused to perform. [3] [7] He was replaced by Bob Weston the following month, when vocalist Dave Walker also joined the band. [8] Walker had left by June the following year, shortly after the release of Penguin . [8] Weston stayed to perform on its follow-up Mystery to Me later in the year, but was fired in October after having an affair with Fleetwood's wife Jenny Boyd Fleetwood. [9]

1974 onwards

After spending much of the year involved in a legal dispute with former manager Clifford Davis, the four-piece Fleetwood Mac returned in late 1974 with Heroes Are Hard to Find . [10] By the end of the year Welch had left the band, with his replacement Lindsey Buckingham joining on New Year's Eve 1974 with his girlfriend, vocalist Stevie Nicks. [11] This lineup of the band remained constant for over twelve years and multiple successful releases, before Buckingham left in August 1987. [12] He was replaced by two guitarists: Billy Burnette and Rick Vito. [13] Nicks and Christine McVie both retired from the touring lineup of the band after the last show of the Behind the Mask Tour on 7 December 1990, [14] although McVie contributed to recordings for the band's next studio album Time in 1995. [15] Vito also left the band in October 1991. [16]

The 1974–1987 lineup of Fleetwood Mac reunited for a performance at Bill Clinton's inauguration on 20 January 1993. [17] Nicks and Burnette left the band shortly thereafter, with Bekka Bramlett and Dave Mason, respectively, replacing the departed members later in the year. [18] [19] Both performed on 1995's Time, which also featured a returning Burnette on guitar. [20] Shortly after the album was released in October, Fleetwood Mac disbanded. [3] [21] Within a year, however, the band had returned with a lineup including Nicks, Buckingham, the McVies and Fleetwood. [3] They returned to touring in 1997, releasing the live album The Dance in August, [2] before Christine McVie left again in 1998 and all but retired from music. [22] She ultimately returned to Fleetwood Mac sixteen years later in January 2014. [23]

In April 2018, Buckingham was fired from Fleetwood Mac after a disagreement over touring; he was replaced by two guitarists, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. [24]

Members

Current

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
FleetwoodDrumming1.jpg
Mick Fleetwood
  • 1967–1995
  • 1997–present
  • drums
  • percussion
all Fleetwood Mac releases
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John McVie bassall Fleetwood Mac releases, except Live at the Marquee 1967 (1992)
Christine McVie - Fleetwood Mac (1977).jpg
Christine McVie
  • 1970–1995
  • 1997–1998
  • 2014–present
  • keyboards
  • lead and backing vocals
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Stevie Nicks
  • 1974–1990
  • 1997–present
  • lead and backing vocals
  • tambourine
  • occasional keyboards
  • all Fleetwood Mac releases from Fleetwood Mac (1975) to In Concert: Mirage Tour '82 (1983)
  • Tango in the Night (1987)
  • Behind the Mask (1990)
  • The Dance (1997)
  • all Fleetwood Mac releases from Say You Will (2003) onwards
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Mike Campbell 2018–presentlead guitarnone
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Neil Finn
  • rhythm guitar
  • lead and backing vocals


Former

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
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Peter Green
  • 1967–1970
  • 1971 (substitute)
(Died 2020)
  • guitar
  • lead and backing vocals
  • harmonica
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Jeremy Spencer 1967–1971
  • slide guitar
  • lead and backing vocals
  • piano
  • all Fleetwood Mac releases from Fleetwood Mac (1968) to The Original Fleetwood Mac (1971)
  • Live in Boston (1985)
  • London Live '68 (1986)
  • Live at the Marquee 1967 (1992)
  • Live at the BBC (1995)
  • Shrine '69 (1999)
Bob Brunning 1967 (Died 2011)bass
  • Fleetwood Mac (1968) – one track only
  • Live at the Marquee 1967 (1992)
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Danny Kirwan 1968–1972 (Died 2018)
  • guitar
  • lead and backing vocals
  • English Rose (1969)
  • Then Play On (1969)
  • Kiln House (1970)
  • Future Games (1971)
  • Bare Trees (1972)
  • Live in Boston (1985)
  • Live at the BBC (1995)
  • Shrine '69 (1999)
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Bob Welch 1971–1974 (Died 2012)all Fleetwood Mac releases from Future Games (1971) to Heroes Are Hard to Find (1974)
Bob Weston 1972–1973 (Died 2012)
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
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Dave Walker 1972–1973
  • lead and backing vocals
  • harmonica
Penguin (1973)
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Lindsey Buckingham
  • 1975–1987
  • 1997–2018
  • guitar
  • lead and backing vocals
  • all Fleetwood Mac releases from Fleetwood Mac (1975) to In Concert: Mirage Tour '82 (1983)
  • Tango in the Night (1987)
  • The Dance (1997)
  • all Fleetwood Mac releases from Say You Will (2003) onwards; as a session musician on Behind the Mask (1990), 25 Years: The Chain (1992), and Time (1995).
Billy Burnette
  • 1987–1993
  • 1994–1995
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing and lead vocals
Rick Vito
  • 1987–1991
  • 1993 (one-off)
  • lead guitar
  • backing and lead vocals
Behind the Mask (1990)
Bekka Bramlett 1993–1995lead and backing vocalsTime (1995)
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Dave Mason
  • lead guitar
  • backing and lead vocals

Touring

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
Nigel Watson 1971 (Died 2019)percussionWatson joined Fleetwood Mac alongside Peter Green for the band's early 1971 tour of the United States. [25]
Doug Graves1974keyboardsGraves joined the band as a second keyboardist for the Heroes Are Hard to Find Tour in late 1974. [10]
Bobby HuntHunt replaced Graves during the Heroes Are Hard to Find Tour, remaining until its conclusion in December. [26]
Ray Lindsey1977–1982rhythm guitarLindsey Buckingham's guitar tech Lindsey contributed guitar during shows between 1977 and 1982. [27] [28]
Jeffery Sova1979–1980keyboardsSova and Todaro performed on the Tusk Tour from 1979 to 1980, featuring on the 1980 Live release. [27]
Tony Todaropercussion
Sharon Celani
  • 1987–1990
  • 1997–present
backing vocalsSince joining on the Shake the Cage Tour in 1987, Celani has performed on multiple Fleetwood Mac tours. [29]
Okyerema Asante 1987–1990percussionAsante and Garfield joined Fleetwood Mac on percussion and keyboards starting with the band's Shake the Cage Tour in 1987. [30]
Dan Garfield
  • keyboards
  • programming
Lori Nicks
  • 1987–1988
  • 2009–2016
backing vocalsNicks performed with Fleetwood Mac on the Shake the Cage Tour, and later from 2009 to 2016. [31]
Eliscia Wright1987–1988Wright toured with the band as one of three backing vocalists on the 1987–1988 Shake the Cage Tour. [32]
Lynn Mabry 1990Mabry and Likins toured with Fleetwood Mac as two of their backing vocalists for the Behind the Mask Tour. [33] [34]
Liza Jane Likins
Steve Thoma1994–1995
  • keyboards
  • percussion
  • backing vocals
Thoma joined the band for the Another Link in the Chain Tour in 1994, and performed on the album Time. [35]
Brett Tuggle 1997–2018
  • keyboards
  • backing vocals
  • rhythm guitar
  • samples
Tuggle and Heywood main fixtures of Fleetwood Mac's touring band between 1997 and 2018. [36] Tuggle left the touring lineup to play with Buckingham after the latter's dismissal. [37]
Neale Heywood1997–present
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing vocals
Mindy Stein1997–2003backing vocalsStein joined Fleetwood Mac's touring lineup for The Dance Tour, remaining until the 2003 Say You Will Tour. [38]
Lenny Castro.jpg
Lenny Castro
  • 1997–1998
  • 2001
percussionCastro performed percussion on the band's reunion tour The Dance in 1997. [39] He also played at Clinton's "going away party" in 2001.
Steve Rinkov2003–2018
  • percussion
  • additional drums
Rinkov has performed additional percussion and drums for the band from their 2003 Say You Will Tour until early 2018. [40]
Carlos Rios2003–2004rhythm guitarRios and Hirano performed with Fleetwood Mac between 2003 and 2004 on the Say You Will Tour. [41] Hirano returned in 2018 for the An Evening with Fleetwood Mac tour.
Taku Hirano
  • 2003–04
  • 2018–present
percussion
Jana Anderson2003–2009backing vocalsAnderson joined partway through the Say You Will Tour, replacing former backing vocalist Mindy Stein. [42]
Stevvi Alexander Live.jpg
Stevvi Alexander 2014–2018Alexander joined as the band's third live backing vocalist starting for the On with the Show Tour in 2014. [43]
Ricky Peterson2018–present
  • keyboards
  • backing vocals
Peterson replaced Brett Tuggle as Fleetwood Mac's touring keyboardist in 2018. [37]
Marilyn Martin backing vocals


Timeline

List of Fleetwood Mac members

Lineups

PeriodMembersReleases
July – September 1967
  • Fleetwood Mac (1968) – one track only
  • Live at the Marquee 1967 (1992)
September 1967 – August 1968
  • Peter Green – guitar, vocals, harmonica
  • Jeremy Spencer – slide guitar, vocals, piano
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
August 1968 – May 1970
  • Peter Green – guitar, vocals, harmonica
  • Jeremy Spencer – slide guitar, vocals, piano
  • Danny Kirwan – guitar, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
May – August 1970
  • Jeremy Spencer – slide guitar, vocals, piano
  • Danny Kirwan – guitar, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
August 1970 – February 1971
  • Jeremy Spencer – slide guitar, vocals, piano
  • Danny Kirwan – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
February – June 1971
  • Danny Kirwan – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
  • Peter Green – guitar, vocals(touring)
none
June 1971 – August 1972
  • Danny Kirwan – guitar, vocals
  • Bob Welch – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
September 1972 – June 1973
  • Dave Walker – vocals, harmonica
  • Bob Welch – guitar, vocals
  • Bob Weston – guitar, backing vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
June – October 1973
  • Bob Welch – guitar, vocals
  • Bob Weston – guitar, backing vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
October 1973 – December 1974
  • Bob Welch – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
December 1974 – August 1987
  • Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine
  • Lindsey Buckingham – guitar, vocals, keyboards
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
September 1987 – December 1990
  • Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine
  • Billy Burnette – guitar, vocals
  • Rick Vito – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
December 1990 – October 1991
  • Billy Burnette – guitar, vocals
  • Rick Vito – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
none
October 1991 – July 1994
  • Billy Burnette – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
July 1994 – October 1995
  • Bekka Bramlett – vocals
  • Billy Burnette – guitar, vocals
  • Dave Mason – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
Band inactive October 1995 – March 1997
March 1997 – early 1998
  • Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine
  • Lindsey Buckingham – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
March 1998 – January 2014
  • Stevie Nicks – vocals, keyboards, tambourine
  • Lindsey Buckingham – guitar, vocals, keyboards
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
January 2014 – April 2018
  • Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine
  • Lindsey Buckingham – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
none
April 2018 – present
  • Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine
  • Mike Campbell – guitar
  • Neil Finn – guitar, vocals
  • Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie – bass guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
none

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