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Drummer Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac performs at ADOTG at Mt Duneed Winery on 7 November 2015. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Mick Fleetwood. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Fleetwood Mac Start Filling In the Aussie Tour Gaps

by Paul Cashmere on January 25, 2019

in News

Those dates between Fleetwood Mac shows have already started to fill in with new dates announced for Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne but Adelaide still left out.

Sydney and Melbourne now have three Fleetwood Mac shows. Brisbane’s second has also been announced.

This Fleetwood Mac tour will be musically different to previous Fleetwood Mac tours. The departure of Lindsay Buckingham has sent band creators and namesakes Mick Fleetwood and John McVie into putting together a setlist covering the 50 years of Fleetwood Mac, not just the Buckingham/Nick era they have been focused on for the last three decades.

The band is playing songs pre-1975 including ‘Tell Me All The Things You Do’ from 1970’s ‘Kiln House’ (last played in 1977 before this tour), 1971’s ‘Black Magic Woman’ (last played in 1987 before the tour and yes it is their song, Santana did a cover) as well as 1969’s ‘Oh Well’, the only old song they kept over the years.

In recognition of the addition of Neil Finn (Split Enz, Crowded House) and Mike Campbell (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers), ‘I Got You’ (Split Enz), ‘Don’t Dream Its Over’ (Crowded House) and ‘Free Fallin’ (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers) have also popped up throughout the current tour.

Fleetwood Mac setlist 15 December 2018)

The Chain (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
Little Lies (from Tango In The Night, 1987)
Dreams (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
Second Hand News (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
Say You Love Me (from Fleetwood Mac, 1975)
Black Magic Woman (single, 1971)
Everywhere (from Tango In The Night, 1987)
Rhiannon (from Fleetwood Mac, 1975)
Tell Me All the Things You Do (from Kiln House, 1970)
World Turning (from Fleetwood Mac, 1975)
Oh Well (from Then Play On, 1969)
Don’t Dream It’s Over (Crowded House cover)
Landslide (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
Hold Me (from Mirage, 1982)
Monday Morning (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
You Make Loving Fun (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
Gold Dust Woman (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
Go Your Own Way (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)

Free Fallin’ (Tom Petty cover)
Don’t Stop (from Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1977)
All Over Again (from Time, 1995)

The Fleetwood Mac tour dates have plenty of wiggle room for extra shows.

Fleetwood Mac dates

9 August, Perth, RAC Arena
20 August, Brisbane, Entertainment Centre
27 and 29 August, Sydney, Qudos Arena
2 and 4 September, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena

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