The Best of Lindsey Buckingham
Buckingham is arguably the principal creative force behind Fleetwood Mac. Rolling Stone magazine has described Lindsey Buckingham as one of the most undervalued visionaries in rock. This year sees him embarking on a North American tour, marking his first outing since leaving Fleetwood Mac. The tour is in support of his three-disc, Solo Anthology - The Best of Lindsey Buckingham, which includes unreleased tracks 'Hunger' and 'Ride This Road', along with live versions of some of his most iconic Fleetwood Mac songs.
Best known as lead guitarist and one of the vocalists of the music group Fleetwood Mac, after a starry career with the band; which also led him to being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Game in 1998, Buckingham parted ways with Fleetwood Mac, due to him unable to commit to a lengthy tour, and wanting to focus on his solo career.
Did You Know?
Buckinghams talent was first noticed by his parents whilst he was playing a toy Mickey Mouse guitar, which led his parents to buy him a Harmony Guitar - the rest is history.