During her time with Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie wrote some of the group’s most famous songs. She also contributed to the group’s experimental double album Tusk. In 1998, McVie left the band and became a solo artist. She later rejoined the band in 2014 for a tour.
Christine McVie’s contribution to Fleetwood Mac is a mix of the blues and pop. McVie’s piano complements Buckingham’s fiery riffs. Her voice adds a sense of calm and restraint to the group’s best songs.
McVie was the driving force behind Fleetwood Mac’s success. She wrote the group’s biggest hits, including “Little Lies” and “Go Your Own Way.” She was also the lead vocalist on several of the group’s biggest songs. She also performed backup vocals on many of the band’s albums. In 2006, McVie received a Gold Badge of Merit from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors.
In 1970, McVie and John McVie formed the band, Fleetwood Mac. They were joined by Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. The group soon became one of the most popular rock bands in the world. They recorded nine albums. Each album reached the Top 10 on the Billboard charts.
The group’s first US album was Heroes Are Hard to Find. It was also the group’s first release on the Blue Horizon label. They performed at the Met Center in Bloomington, MN on June 30, 1990. Their last album was Tusk, which included “Little Lies,” which tied as Fleetwood Mac’s last Top Ten hit.