A duet for two members of Fleetwood Mac brings new music to fans waiting for the new release from the band.
FOX's Laura Ingle plays out your "Bonus Track":
Fleetwood Mac fans will be happy to hear that Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie, two of the bands original members, have decided to "go their own way" to make their first ever duet project after growing tired of waiting for Stevie Nicks to join sessions for a new Fleetwood Mac album. And according to published reports, fellow bandmates Mick Fleetwood and John McVie will also be sitting in.
While this will be Fleetwood Mac-ish, an upcoming studio effort is tentatively titled "Buckingham-McVIe" and could be out as soon as May. The writing sessions for a new Fleetwood Mac album started three years ago after McVie returned from a lengthy retirement, but Stevie Nicks has been busy with an ongoing tour with The Pretenders and hasn't been able to take part.
Now the duo are working at the studios where the sessions for Fleetwood Mac's 1979 double album "Tusk" were recorded to which McVie has said, "it feels like coming home."
I'm Laura Ingle, FOX News.