Fleetwood Mac encore

November 27, 1997|By J.D. Considine

Because Fleetwood Mac never really broke up, it isn't entirely correct to call the band's current album and tour a comeback. But with the return of Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks -- and a set list that leaned heavily on favorite tunes from the albums "Fleetwood Mac" and "Rumours" -- it was hard not to think of "The Dance" as a reunion album.

But unlike most rock reunions, which tend to feel awkward and forced, the second coming of the Buckingham/Nicks Mac sounded even stronger than the first. Certainly, the group is playing better than ever, and interviews with the group make sound as if the five musicians now get along better than they ever have. Fleetwood Mac will finish its current tour at the USAirways Arena this Sunday, and there has been no official word on whether this lineup will continue. So it may be the last "Dance" -- can you afford to miss it?

Fleetwood Mac performs Sunday, Nov. 30, 8 p.m. Tickets are $75, $45 and $25. Call 410-792-7490 for information, 410-481-7328 for tickets.

Pub Date: 11/27/97

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