ROCKING ‘RUMOURS’: Fleetwood Mac opens its reunion concert with ‘The Chain’ before a sold-out crowd at Sunrise's BB&T Center. Singer Stevie Nicks, center stage, bassist John McVie, (left) and drummer Mick Fleetwood, (right) were joined by guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and keyboardist Christine McVie, whose return after a 16-year absence allowed the band to reintroduce her hits like ‘You Make Loving Fun,’ ‘Over My Head’ and ‘Little Lies.’
ROCKING ‘RUMOURS’: Fleetwood Mac opens its reunion concert with ‘The Chain’ before a sold-out crowd at Sunrise's BB&T Center. Singer Stevie Nicks, center stage, bassist John McVie, (left) and drummer Mick Fleetwood, (right) were joined by guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and keyboardist Christine McVie, whose return after a 16-year absence allowed the band to reintroduce her hits like ‘You Make Loving Fun,’ ‘Over My Head’ and ‘Little Lies.’ Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
ROCKING ‘RUMOURS’: Fleetwood Mac opens its reunion concert with ‘The Chain’ before a sold-out crowd at Sunrise's BB&T Center. Singer Stevie Nicks, center stage, bassist John McVie, (left) and drummer Mick Fleetwood, (right) were joined by guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and keyboardist Christine McVie, whose return after a 16-year absence allowed the band to reintroduce her hits like ‘You Make Loving Fun,’ ‘Over My Head’ and ‘Little Lies.’ Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

With Christine McVie’s return, Fleetwood Mac’s musical chain is together, as good as ever at Sunrise concert

December 19, 2014 7:00 AM