After Lindsey Buckingham’s departure in 2018, Christine McVie said she ‘was missed.’

After his departure from Fleetwood Mac in 2018, Christine McVie stated in an interview that she had “always” wanted Lindsey Buckingham “back.” The interview has since been made public.

Sadly, Fleetwood Mac musician Christine McVie has passed away at the age of 79, according to a post on the musician’s official Facebook page that announced her passing.

The following is an excerpt from the statement that was released: “We would like everyone to keep Christine in their hearts and remember the life of an incredible human being as well as revered musician who was loved universally.”

An old interview with Christine has recently come to light, and in it, she discusses her bandmate Lindsey Buckingham. This comes at a time when the news is absolutely devastating.

Lindsey Buckingham ‘felt like she was missed,’ according to Christine McVie.

Following Lindsey Buckingham’s departure from Fleetwood Mac in 2018, the band went through a period of significant transition.

Before taking a break, the band went on tour with former members Neil Finn of Crowded House and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, who filled in for the musician who left.

Christine has also chimed in with similar comments in a previous interview, in spite of the fact that Lindsey has already expressed his desire to return to the band.

In June of 2022, Christine expressed to Rolling Stone that she “would always want Lindsey back.” “He is the most talented. The couple of Neil and Mike brought so much joy to the world, but Lindsey was sorely missed.

Christine revealed that she had never intended to pursue a solo career in the past, in contrast to Lindsey, who had a successful solo career while he was still a member of Fleetwood Mac.

“I’ve never felt like I was a solo artist. “It was always fun for me to be involved in a group,” she explained. “I also felt a little out of place doing a solo tour for that material,” she said. “It was a little intimidating.” Simply put, it gave me a bad feeling.”

The career of the singer with Fleetwood Mac

After leaving Sounds of Blue, Christine and the other members of that band went on to form Chicken Shack, which Christine was a member of. The band has issued two albums recorded in a studio.

Due to the fact that the band and Fleetwood Mac were both signed to the same record label, Blue Horizon, she was able to work closely with the latter band during her tenure with the former.

In 1970, Christine became a full-fledged member of Fleetwood Mac, which was a year earlier than when Stevie Nicks and Lindsey joined the band.

In 1974, Stevie and Lindsey became members of Fleetwood Mac, the same year that the band released their critically acclaimed album Fleetwood Mac, which featured hits such as “Say You Love Me” and “Over My Head.”

After that, the band released the album Rumours, then in 1979 they released the double album Tusk, and in 1981 they released the successful album Mirage.

Before leaving the band in 1998, Christine recorded and released a total of four more albums after her departure, namely Tango In The Night, Behind The Mask, Time and The Dance. In 2014, she made her comeback to the band and released an album co-written with Lindsey.

A number of tributes have been paid to Christine McVie.

Following the heartbreaking announcement of Christine’s passing, numerous musicians and fans have shared their condolences and paid her tribute.

Her bandmate Stevie paid a touching hand-written tribute on their band’s official website.
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, indicating that she and Christine “were a powerful force in nature.”

“It breaks my heart to learn that Christine McVie has passed on to the next life,” It was Sheryl Crow.
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within the scope of this tribute. “Without her in this world, everything seems strange. What a remarkable human being, in addition to being a legend and an icon. RIP.”

“Rest in peace, Christine McVie,” a different fan said.
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“A truly talented musician who wrote some brilliant tunes for Fleetwood Mac, particularly Everywhere,” said Mick Fleetwood.

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