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

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December 19, 2014 7:00 AM

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

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