Christine McVie returns with Fleetwood Mac at Allstate Arena

Buckingham, Nicks, McVie and Fleetwood brush the gold dust off classic radio gems like "Everywhere" during a Valentine's Day stop in Chicago.
By Brent DiCrescenzo |
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Christine McVie returns to the stage with Fleetwood Mac at a packed Allstate Arena on Feb 14, 2015.
Photograph: Joshua Mellin

Fleetwood Mac at a packed Allstate Arena on February 14, 2015.

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Mick Fleetwood is quite excited about the band's return to Chicago, February 14, 2015.

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Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckhingham rip into "The Chain" on February 14, 2015.

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Lindsey Buckingham returns to the stage with Fleetwood Mac at a packed Allstate Arena on February 14, 2015.

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Christine McVie returned to Fleetwood Mac after 16 years away in 2014.

Christine McVie returns to the stage with Fleetwood Mac at a packed Allstate Arena on Feb 14, 2015.
Photograph: Joshua Mellin

The mood was flowers, rainbows and shadow when Fleetwood Mac dove into gems like "Dreams" at Allstate Arena.

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Nicks and Buckingham take a bow.

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Fleetwood Mac served up a landslide of hits at Allstate Arena on Feb 14, 2015.

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John McVie with Fleetwood Mac at Allstate Arena on Feb 14, 2015.

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Fleetwood Mac dig into their hits at Allstate Arena.

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Fleetwood Mac's "Everywhere" is one of the best love songs of all time. For 16 years, from 1998 to 2014, the band could not perform it on tour. That's because Christine McVie, one of the three core vocalists from the band's golden era, jumped ship. Well, airplane. Her fear of flying led her to step away. Thankfully, she's back alongside Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. McVie also lent her buttered toast vocals to gems like "Little Lies" and "Say You Love Me" at Allstate Arena on February 14, Valentine's Day, fittingly. The band's influence continues to echo in modern pop, and seemingly everyone adores the Mac. So let us revel in its glory a little bit.

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