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Apr
01
Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac @ The Corn Exchange

Kings Lynn, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Kings Lynn, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Mar
31
Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac @ Cliffs Pavillion

Southend, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Southend, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Mar
30
Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac @ The Orchard Theatre

Dartford, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Dartford, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


So apparently there is ‘Tribute’ and ‘Tribute’ in the cheesy world of Tribute artistes. Well have I got news for you… there is also ‘’Real Thing Performances’’. As part of research for a new TV series I booked a ticket to see ‘Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac’ on their UK tour at Salisbury City halls. Little did I know what was in store as I took my seat for the evening’s performance? Not only did RFM sound like Fleetwood Mac but they also resembled the original artistes.

The beauty of RFM is they look like the original members more by chance than trying to. The sound of Louise Rogan and Amanda Kostadinov as Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie is simply unbelievable. The show has a performance factor of ten and hits home hard with the classic MAC vibe and sound provided by an exception bunch of professional profiled players.

As if this wasn’t enough for me to take in, just before the final classic track of the night, ‘’Mick Fleetwood’’ appeared in all his splendour and took to the drums as the show played out on ‘’Don’t Stop’’. I had to rub my eyes and hit may face several times to make sure this was not some kind of crazy weird ‘TRIBUTE’ dream I was having. Mick then addressed a packed City Hall and sung the praises of the Liverpool based FM concert saying ‘’he had just seen his whole life pass before him through a truly bizarre but wonderful experience’’. The crowd were ecstatic and so was I. If tribute shows have been off your list make the change now and at least catch ‘this’ show.

There was not a wig or a cheesy false accent to been seen or heard just an astonishing performance of four decades of Fleetwood Mac classics. For ‘Mr Fleetwood’ to be there, and for him to take to the drum kit, is the ultimate tribute in itself. The tour finishes in the UK December and plays the US in 2005. If you’re a Fleetwood Mac fan check this concert out or you’ll kick yourself.
- Nick Abenson – NEWSWIRE MEDIA UK


Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac have taken the Tribute performance to another level.
The 'Tribute Scene' has expanded rapidly, resulting in a vast array of acts! .
Competition amongst them is fierce...So how do you compete?
Quite clearly, RFM don't … They set the Standard!
RFM delivered a world-class performance. A true MAC tribute in every sense of the word.



- The Evening Telegraph


Total MAC
Celebration
RUMOURS OF
FLEETWOOD MAC
Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow - Rated *****

OKAY, so tribute bands are essentially cheesy copycat cardboard cut-outs of the real thing talking with silly accents, ‘’Hi we’re ABBA from Sweden’’… I don’t think so! But it was still hard not to be impressed by this Liverpool six-piece performing in Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac. Blonde and husky voiced, Louise Rogan was a convincing Stevie Nicks as she swirled around the set in her black long dress. It was also hard to tell Amanda Kostadinov’s bluesy tones from the real Christine McVie- noteably on her superb Songbird. Alan Hughes had Lindsey Buckingham’s shimmering pop guitar licks off to a tee; even the Green Era provided a tingle.

A rousing climax of hits, including Dreams, Don’t Stop, Rhiannon, The Chain and Go Your Own Way, had the audience in raptures. This concert was a ‘dodgy accent free’ performance and not a pair of platform shoes to be seen anywhere. Brilliantly performed!

- Jim McGhee


Taking Rumours
To Heart…
Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac
Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

If you were not familiar with Fleetwood Mac’s
music, here was one way to find out as concert
show ‘Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac’ performed
their best-loved songs. From the early jug-band
blues days of Peter Green to the shiny, stadium
pomp of 80’s classics like Tusk, Big Love, Rhiannon,
and The Chain all receiving a real good airing.
It was class from the off. The harmonies were tight,
instrumentation note perfect, and the sheer
excitement of a super group was reproduced with
nerve tingling accuracy. Louise Rogan and Amanda
Kostadinov’s passionate vocals were startlingly
like Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie. This was clearly
the fruit of dedicated fans that played their hearts out.
The audience were with them every step of the way.
Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac returns early next year
with their special Anniversary tour. Look out for this
one!
- Colleen Harris



With over 350 Major theatre concerts behind them to date the British rock anthology concert production ''Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac'' has now performed to over 225,000 Mac fans worldwide. The show has now established itself as the ''Ultimate Celebration Concert'' to Fleetwood Mac and tours worldwide with Mick Fleetwood’s golden seal of approval.

RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC with their meticulously crafted instrumentals and tight harmonies, bring back to the masses the classic hits of the legendary Fleetwood Mac. With an array of styles and a mixture of musical genres, RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC have perfected the legacy of blues, rock and pop classics that made Fleetwood Mac the icons of the music industry they are today.

Critical acclaim followed their initial UK tours and now to the delight of RFM audiences across the UK and Europe RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC will take to the road once again 2004.

Dreams, Gypsy, Everywhere, Little Lies, Oh Well, Albatross, Go Your Own Way, Don't Stop, Say You Will and many more...

- RFM Press Release 2004


RUMOURS OF
FLEETWOOD MAC
FAITHFULLY TRUE

It’s not very often that many of the current
tribute type concerts around today
convincingly deliver what they set out to. This
show however had me reeling in the years for
over two hours. The performance was so
close I had to check my FM ears several times
throughout the night. Rumours Of Fleetwood
Mac had a packed Opera house in
total disbelief. The vocals of Louise Rogan
and Amanda Kostadinov reproducing the
sounds of Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie
were truly unbelievable. The show took us on
a Mac anthology trip playing most of the
greatest hits from 68 to present day. This
band of Fleetwood Mac fanatics, out of
Liverpool, played the classics of the mighty
Mac with a true passion. This show has been
around the world keeping the Mac legacy alive
and it was a pleasure to sit back in the Opera
House and witness a true rock tribute to one
of the world’s biggest supergroups faithfully
delivered.

Look out for this fabulous concert, currently on tour across the UK.
- Shelly Yakus


Fleetwood Mac?
Limerick University Hall

Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac are the closest you’ll
ever get to Fleetwood Mac. As a hardened Mac fan
it was hard to accept this show as possibly
credible. I stand corrected, not happy about
it but there you have it. The show stayed faithful
to the sound and almost rocked University Halls to
its very foundations. The vocals were unnervingly
close and the band had that great Mac rock edge.
Its back next year. Get those tickets booked now!
- In Review


Discography

Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac performing tracks from the following classic FM albums:

Mr Wonderful
Then Play On
Fleetwood Mac
Rumours
Tusk
Fleetwood Mac Live
Mirage
Tango In The Night
Greatest Hits
Time
The Dance
The Very Best Of
Say You Will* - Tour 2004 -

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

With Mick Fleetwood’s seal of approval, RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC, with their meticulously crafted instrumentals and tight harmonies, bring back to the masses the classic hits of the legendary Fleetwood Mac. With an array of styles and a mixture of musical genres, RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC have perfected the legacy of blues, rock and pop classics that made Fleetwood Mac the icons of the music industry they are today.
Critical acclaim followed their initial European tours and now to the delight of their fans RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC takes to the road again for their 2005/6 tour.

With over 300 Major theatre concerts behind them to date the British rock anthology concert ''Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac'' has now performed to over 225,000 Mac fans worldwide!!

In an immaculate trip through outstanding musicianship, RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC perform the classic hits of arguably the world’s first super-group. From their inception in 1967 with Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood through to the critically acclaimed ‘Rumours’ era in the seventies with Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham and then on to their more recent works of the eighties and nineties. From the blues and rock classics “Need Your Love So Bad”, “Albatross” and “Black Magic Woman” to the harmonic rhythm’s and hit melodies “Dreams”, “You Make Loving Fun” and “Go Your Own Way”

RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC celebrate the thunderous Mick Fleetwood grooves, the monster bass riffs of John McVie and the brilliant guitar work of Lindsey Buckingham.

RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC formed in London in 1997 when they played their first gig for personal friend and record producer Brian Rawling, the master player behind such great chart hits as Cher’s “Do You Believe”, Mike & The Mechanics “Now That Your Gone” and Ricky Martin’s “Private Emotion”.
The vocal harmonies and musical arrangements of Allan Cosgrove (Drums & Vocals), Dave Goldberg (Keyboards & Vocals), Louise Rogan (Lead Vocals), Amanda Kostadinov (Lead Vocals & Keyboards), Ian Robinson (Bass) and Alan Hughes (Guitars & Vocals) create an evening of sensational musical nostalgia.

If you like Fleetwood Mac, if you love live music, if you appreciate real musicians, or if you’re just looking to have the best musical night of your life, then you should definitely catch this show. This concerts slogan…’’Its About The MUSIC!’’