Mick Fleetwood has been signed to host a series of television specials, 24 Hours with Mick, featuring one-on-one conversations and adventures with an array of his friends and colleagues. The Fleetwood Mac drummer/founder will spend a day with each guest probing their thoughts, interests and ideas. Where and when it will air has not yet been announced.
The series will showcase an eclectic lineup of interview subjects from a variety of fields, including music and entertainment to technology and politics, art, architecture and more. Each subject will be hand-picked by Fleetwood as someone he admires and by whom he is fascinated.
The show will be filmed in a many locations, including his home in Hawaii and cities around the world where he will be touring with Fleetwood Mac.
24 Hours With Mick is produced by Vortex Media and will be executive producedd by industry vets James Deutch, Nico Golfar and Carl Stubner.
Deutch has created and executive produced six primetime television series and two feature films. Recent projects include Fashion Star (NBC), Tech Stars (Bloomberg Television) and Conversations with Michael Eisner (CNBC). Deutch has served as a development executive at Zodiak Entertainment, evp at Nederlander Companies and vp at Hearst Entertainment.
Golfar has been an event producer and branding expert for some of the most recognizable names in film, television, music and business since 1995. Golfar has executed large-scale projects, discerning private and destination management events, product launches and seeding programs for clients including DDB LA, Hans Zimmer, PopChips, Vespa, Depeche Mode, Virgin, Best Buy, Microsoft, Tanqueray, Fleetwood Mac, Warner Brothers, Namco and Bentley to name a few.
Stubner is the chairman of Suretone Entertainment and co-manager of Fleetwood Mac. Throughout his career Stubner has worked with some of the biggest artists and performers in the world, including Nirvana, Alanis Morissette, Tommy Lee, ZZ Top, Billy Ray Cyrus, Seal, Andrew Dice Clay, India.Arie and many more.