Fleetwood Mac Singer-Songwriter Christine McVie Dies At 79

Christine McVie Dies At 79:  Fleetwood Mac, a British-American band, was one of the best-selling rock bands of all time, thanks largely to Christine McVie, who passed away on Wednesday. She was 79. Following a brief illness, McVie passed away at a hospital, according to a statement from her family published on the singer’s Facebook page.

“We want everyone to remember Christine and celebrate her life as a remarkable human being and a revered artist who was adored by all. Christine McVie, rest in peace, the family eulogized in a statement.

There are “no words” to adequately express Fleetwood Mac’s sorrow over McVie’s passing, the band declared in a different statement. Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood, two members of Fleetwood Mac, issued the word on social media.

According to the band, she was “the best musician anyone could have in their band and the best friend anyone could have in their life.” We sincerely loved Christine, individually and collectively, and we are grateful for our beautiful memories.

On July 12, 1943, Christine Perfect was born in northwest England. McVie began performing music while attending art school and was a member of the band Chicken Shack before joining Fleetwood Mac in 1970 and marrying the band’s bassist, John McVie.

The band, which began as a blues ensemble, initially gained attention on US radio stations thanks to two of Christine McVie’s compositions, “Over My Head” and “Say You Love Me.”

Christine McVie Dies At 79
Christine McVie Dies At 79

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Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham joined the group after it moved to California. As John and Christine McVie were getting divorced in 1977, they created the album “Rumours,” which went on to sell more than 40 million copies and rank among the best-selling albums of all time.

The album, which featured vocals from Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks, was a mainstay on the charts for 134 weeks, spending 31 weeks at No. 1. It featured singles like “Don’t Stop (Thinking About Tomorrow),” “Go Your Way,” “The Chain,” “You Make Loving Fun,” and “Gold Dust Woman.”

McVie quit Fleetwood Mac in 1998 and, although putting out a solo album in 2004, generally avoided the spotlight. For a 2014 tour, she came back to the group.

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