Fleetwood Mac Reuniting in 2013
Stevie Nicks tells "CBS This Morning": "It's the plan."
Fleetwood Mac will reunite for a tour in 2013, Stevie Nicks confirms.
The singer told CBS This Morning that going on the road with Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie and company is "the plan. Because that's what we do. I do my thing. And Lindsey is out doing his thing now."
The classic rock group most recently got together for the hits-heavy 2009 Unleashed tour.
Nicks released her seventh studio solo album, In Your Dreams, to largely positive reviews last year and did a co-headlining tour with Rod Stweart; Buckingham put out his latest effort, Seeds We Sow.
Fleetwood Mac has sold more than 48.5 millions albums in the U.S. since its formation in 1967. Its 1977 LP Rumours is among the 10 biggest-selling albums in U.S. history, moving 19 million units alone. The band's most recent album -- sans longtime member Christine McVie, who retired from the group in 1998 -- is 2003's Say You Will.
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