Can't stop thinking about Fleetwood Mac? This lavish, in-depth volume tells all about the legendary group: its music, tours, awards, turbulent personal relationships, and more. After enjoying initial success as a British blues band, Fleetwood Mac became a wildly popular "soft rock" ensemble in the 1970s and '80s, dominating the mainstream music market around the world. Their albums, including the multimillion selling Rumours, are considered classics, while singles such as "Rhiannon," "Dreams," "Don't Stop," and "Little Lies" have stood the test of time to become landmark songs of an era. Fleetwood Macoffers a unique view of a band whose name has become synonymous with the both the triumph and heartache of rock and roll stardom.
With a background as a musician on the '60s rock scene, Mike Evans began writing about popular music in the '70s as a broadcaster on local radio and a freelance writer. His work appeared in Sounds, Creem, and, as a regular contributor, Melody Maker. His books include the bestselling Elvis: A Celebration (2002) and Sterling's own Woodstock: Three Days That Shook the World (2009). He lives in London.