Lindsey Buckingham announces first Mac tour to Fleetwood

Lindsey Buckingham has announced a two-month tour of North American theaters slated for fall, which will mark his first solo appearances since he split from Fleetwood Mac earlier this year.

He also revealed details of a three-CD compilation of his solo career, due out October 5th.

Buckingham’s tour begins October 7th at Revolution Hall in Portland, Oregon and ends December 9th at the Sands Events Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The tickets will be sold to the general public on Friday and Saturday. Full information, including advance booking information, is available on the Buckingham website.

A list of tour dates can be found below.

Solo Anthology – The Best of Lindsey Buckingham consists of three CDs containing material from his entire solo career, including “Holiday Road” and live versions of some of his most famous Fleetwood Mac songs. The set also includes two never-before-released tracks, “Hunger” and “Ride This Road”. A single-disc distillation of the collection will be available as well as a six-LP vinyl version which will be released on November 23rd.

Tickets for all shows except Wilmington, NC, and New London, Conn., Come with a CD or digital download of the single-disc version of Solo Anthology. You can see the track list under the tour dates.

Buckingham split with Fleetwood Mac earlier this year, reportedly because he was unwilling to embark on a long tour. They move on without him and have brought in Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Neil Finn of Crowded House to replace them.

“We should go to the rehearsal in June and [Buckingham] wanted to postpone it until November [2019]”Said Stevie Nicks in April.” That’s a long time. I’ve just done 70 shows [on a solo tour]. As soon as I finish one thing, I immerse myself in another. Why should we stop? We don’t want to stop playing music. We have nothing else to do. That’s what we do. “

For his part, Buckingham hasn’t officially looked into the situation, but at a fundraiser in May he said the shooting “wasn’t really my thing or my choice. I think you’d say there are factions within the band that do had lost her perspective … It harmed the 43 year old legacy that we had worked so hard to build, and that legacy was really about rising above difficulties to fulfill the higher truth and destiny . “

Lindsey Buckingham 2018 North America Tour
10/7 – Revolution Hall – Portland, OR
10/9 – Palace of Fine Arts – San Francisco, CA.
10/12 – Orpheum Theater – Los Angeles, CA.
10/13 – Spreckels Theater – San Diego, CA.
10/15 – Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO
17.10. – Athenaeum Theater – Chicago, IL
18.10. – Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead – Munhall, PA
19.10. – Warner Theater – Washington DC
21.10. – Knight Theater – Charlotte, NC
10/22 – The Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College – Wilmington, NC
October 24 – Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater – Peachtree City, GA
10/26 – Capitol Theater – Clearwater, FL
10/27 – Knight Concert Hall – Miami, FL
28.10. – King Center for the Performing Arts – Melbourne, FL
11/5 – Paramount Theater – Austin, TX
11/6 – Majestic Theater – Dallas, TX
11/08 – Brady Theater – Tulsa, OK
09.11. – Riverwind Casino – Norman, OK
11/10 – Stiefel Theater for the Performing Arts – Salina, KS
11/12 – Lyric Fine Arts Theater – Birmingham, AL
11/13 – Walker Theater – Chattanooga, TN
11/14 – Bijou Theater – Knoxville, TN
11/16 – Center in the Square – Kitchener, ON
11/17 – Michigan Theater – Ann Arbor, MI
11/26 – Palace Theater – North Canton, OH
11/27 – Riviera Theater – New Tonowanda, NY
11/29 – Guard Arts Center – New London, CT
11/30 – Performing Arts Vocational Center – York, PA
12/1 – Scottish Rite Auditorium – Collingswood, NJ
12/4 – City Hall – New York City, NY
12/5 – The Wilbur Theater – Boston, MA
12/6 – Paramount Hudson Valley Theater – Peekskill, NY
12/8 – Capitol Center – Concord, NH
09.12. – Sands Event Center – Bethlehem, PA

Lindsey Buckingham, “Solo Anthology – The Best of Lindsey Buckingham” track listing
Disc One
1. “Don’t look down”
2. “Go Insane”
3. “Give up the rain”
4. “Rock Away Blind”
5. “Holiday Road”
6. “Do what I can”
7. “Trouble”
8. “I have to go”
9. “Dream Road”
10. “Soul Drifter”
11. “Show you how”
12. “Shut Us Down” (Live)
13. “Slow Dancing”
14. “Countdown”
15. “Somebody has to change your mind”
16. “In our time”
17. “Lighting”
18. “Gift of the screws”
19. “Did you miss me?”
20. “Down to the Rodeo”
21. “Treason”

Disc two
1. “Hunger”
2. “Not too late”
3. “Sleep around the corner”
4. “I want you”
5. “Time precious time”
6. “Stars are crazy”
7. “Love runs deeper”
8. “You do or you don’t”
9. “I’m waiting”
10. “Time bomb city”
11. “Turn it on”
12. “Seeds We Sow”
13. “Underground”
14. “Dancin ‘Across the USA”
15. “Gone Too Far”
16. “End of time”
17. “DW Suite”
18. “Ride This Road”
19. “Let’s say we’ll see you again”

Disc three
1. “Trouble” (Live)
2. “Go Insane” (Live)
3. “Bleed to Love Her” (Live)
4. “Stephanie” (Live)
5. “Never Go Back” (Live)
6. “Big Love” (Live)
7. “Under the Skin” (Live)
8. “All my sorrows” (Live)
9. “Cast Away Dreams” (Live)
10. “Holiday Road” (Live)
11. “Tusk” (Live)
12. “I’m so scared” (Live)
13. “Go your own way” (Live)

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