Fleetwood Mac will never tour again following the death of Christine McVie. Speaking to Mojo, Stevie made it clear that the band could not perform without their beloved keyboardist and singer. “Without Christine, no can do,” Stevie said. “There is no chance of putting Fleetwood Mac back together in any way.”

Christine McVie played a key role in creating Fleetwood Mac’s unique sound and global fame. Her emotive songwriting and soulful voice on classics like “Songbird,” “Little Lies,” and “You Make Loving Fun” became essential to the band’s identity. Her passing has left a deep void, with both fans and fellow musicians grieving her loss, and Stevie Nicks’ recent reflections emphasize how significantly McVie’s absence affects the band’s chemistry.

Fleetwood Mac’s extensive tours from 2018 to 2019 included Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, and new members Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. Yet, Stevie Nicks has reiterated that the band’s era of live performances is likely over now. Fans of the band will be gutted!

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George Millington