April 2017 – #Atozchallenge – Flying to F

F is for Fleetwood Mac

This is another band that we have seen a few times.  The first time was way back in 2003 and I took NO pictures.  I used the cover of the new album they were promoting at the time (Say You Will) to make the page.  Christine McVie had stopped touring with them.

The next time we saw them was in 2009.  It was the day after our 25th anniversary, so we treated ourselves to the show.
We each have our favorite songs.  My husband loves Lindsay Buckingham’s Big Love.
Stevie Nicks is my idol and I love her Gold Dust Woman.  I thought the swirls in the paper matched with her performance of this song, so mysterious and fluid.  It gives me chills every time she gets her shawl out for this number.  

John McVie is such a quiet stage presence that it is hard to get him on camera.
Mick Fleetwood can play those drums!

I love Stevie in her top hat.  

We saw them again but I don’t have those pictures printed or the layouts made yet.  Maybe I will have to do this theme again next year.  Christine McVie was back with them and that changed the whole show.  

That’s “F” for you.  Hope you are enjoying the A to Z!


You can click over to the main A to Z Challenge page to see what other participants have come up with for this letter, and come back to see what G has for us!

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I'm a 60-ish, married, mom to 3, creative soul.
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8 Responses to April 2017 – #Atozchallenge – Flying to F

  1. My favourite band ever and my favourite concerts too. ❀

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  2. Stevie Nicks! Wow and wow again! The queen of rock and roll.

    Have a stroll on The Green, Amble Bay

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  3. doreeweller says:

    It’s like we love all the same music! Gypsy is my favorite of theirs. And Landslide. I’m starting to realize I haven’t been to that many concerts. I just saw recently some research that said that people who go to listen to a lot of live music are happier than people who don’t.
    Doree Weller

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    • scr4pl80 says:

      I know that going to concerts makes me happy, poorer, but happy! I do like Gypsy too. She told a story at one of the concerts we went to about how that song came to be. She was going into a boutique in San Francisco and fell in love with the clothes there but couldn’t afford them because she was just starting out. That’s where her signature style came from.

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