Mick Fleetwood wants to see all members of Fleetwood Mac reunite (Picture: Matt Baron/Rex)
Mick Fleetwood is hoping to get every musician who has ever played in Fleetwood Mac to take part in a mega-reunion.
The band’s drummer and co-founder, 73, met up with lead guitarist and vocalist Lindsey Buckingham, 71, last month.
Percussionist Mick was previously adamant Lindsey would never rejoin the group after he first left in 1987 before making a comeback in 1997 and then getting fired in 2018.
Fleetwood Mac has also seen a number of other members come and go including Stevie Nicks, who left in 1991 before returning in 1997, with Christine McVie rejoining the band in 2014 after retiring.
The band last toured in 2018 and Lindsey was replaced on guitars by Mike Campbell from Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, and Neil Finn of Crowded House.
When quizzed on who he would like to see appear in the band when they next tour, Mick told the Los Angeles Times: ‘I hope the whole f**king lot of them! I’m not done. And if I can get John McVie off his boat, he’s not done either!’
Fleetwood Mac formed in 1967 (Picture: Globe Photos/mediapunch/REX)
He added: ‘My English pipe dream, sitting on top of a mushroom, would be that everyone who’s ever played in Fleetwood Mac would be welcome.
‘That’s what would drive me, because this is all about a collective.’
However, last month Christine said she didn’t think Stevie would be involved in another Fleetwood Mac tour.
Stating that the possibility of another tour was ‘an impossible question to even answer’, she said: ‘If we do, it will be without John and without Stevie, I think.
‘I think I’m getting a bit too old for it now, especially having had a year off. I don’t know if I can get myself back into it again.’
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