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Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks

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Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks

Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks

Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks, delivers a pitch perfect, high energy performance with beautiful Victorian costumes and storytelling that is undeniably Stevie. When Mick Fleetwood asked Lindsey Buckingham to join Fleetwood Mac in late 1974, it was Stevie Nicks that convinced Lindsey. Stevie purchased all the Fleetwood Mac albums and listened to them front to back, over and over, and told Lindsey that she believed they had something to offer the band. Lindsey told Mick that Buckingham and Nicks were a package deal, and so Mick agreed and they immediately began working on the self titled album 'Fleetwood Mac'. The......

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Wil Roberts as Lindsey Buckingham

Wil Roberts as Lindsey Buckingham

Wil Roberts as Lindsey Buckingham,  replicates Lindsey's vocal style and guitar playing to deliver the ultimate tribute to Fleetwood Mac. In late 1974, Mick Fleetwood was scouting studios in Los Angeles and was introduced to the folk-rock duo of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. Soon after, Fleetwood Mac's current guitarist, Bob Welch left the band and Mick asked Lindsey to join as their new lead guitarist.  Lindsey agreed under one condition, that he and Stevie Nicks were a package deal. Lindsey and Stevie gave the band a more pop rock sound and the success of Fleetwood Mac skyrocketed with their......

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Sarah Stallman as Christine McVie

Sarah Stallman as Christine McVie

Sarah Stallman as Christine McVie replicates a spot on vocal and keys performance to Christine that provides an unmatched tribute to Fleetwood Mac. Christine began playing with Fleetwood Mac as a session musician for Peter Green's songs on the band's second album "Mr. Wonderful".  After marrying John McVie, she joined the band in 1970 when Peter Green departed and she became an integral member as a lead vocalist and keyboardist. The early 70's was a difficult time for Fleetwood Mac as there were multiple personnel changes. She moved to the United States with the group in 1974 and within a......

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Duke Carpenter as John McVie

Duke Carpenter as John McVie

Duke Carpenter as John McVie lays down the famous bass lines we all know so well to contribute to the ultimate tribute to Fleetwood Mac. John McVie joined Fleetwood Mac shortly after the band was formed with Peter Green in 1967, replacing temporary bassist Bob Brunning.  He was hesitant to join Fleetwood Mac initally because he did not want to lose the security of the successful band John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. A few weeks later John changed his mind because the Bluesbreakers were shifting too much towards jazz. His last name combined with that of Mick Fleetwood was the inspiration for......

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Kenny Burns performing as Mick Fleetwood

Kenny Burns as Mick Fleetwood

Kenny Burns as Mick Fleetwood has a great drumming style and energy that is an important contribution to this ultimate tribute to Fleetwood Mac. As the drummer and co-founder of Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood has also acted, published written works, enjoyed a solo career and opened restaurants in Alexandria, Virginia and Hawaii. Born in Redruth, Cornwall, Mick lived in Egypt and Norway through much of his childhood since his father was in the Royal Air Force. He traveled to London at the age of 15 to pursue his musical interests. This is where he met Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer and Bob......

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