The drummer also discusses why we shouldn't romanticize drugs and what Fleetwood Mac taught him about compromise
As classic live album 'The Dance' turns 20, we look back at Stevie Nicks' tortured torch song – and how it almost broke up the band
With release of new band history 'Love That Burns,' drummer reflects on group's blues origins and why he owes everything to Peter Green
Drummer's discussion with 'Rolling Stone' contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis about 'A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac, Volume One: 1967–1974' to air Tuesday night
From British blues to California rock, from smooth sunshine to the most haunting breakup epics ever
Mick Fleetwood, Don Felder also on bill, although Metallica tour will prevent James Hetfield from attending annual Bay Area gig
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bob Odenkirk, Cory Booker, Cecile Richards also set to address Austin fest
Why "Silver Springs" was left off the LP, how the band's Rolling Stone cover shoot fueled Steve Nicks and Mick Fleetwood's affair, and more
Band confronted their own romantic chaos on 1977 masterpiece, asking tough questions that still resonate
Ahead of new reissue, drummer talks "wild and romantic" France sessions, opulent video shoots and more
"There really are dozens of songs," drummer says of possible new studio album from 'Rumours' lineup
The drummer will film part of the show while on tour with Fleetwood Mac
"I had some deluded idea that I wanted to hang out with my dogs and bake cookies. I don’t know what I was thinking"
"Being back is really a time warp," McVie tells Rolling Stone. "I feel like a pig in poo"
Dave Grohl, Cameron Crowe films set for 'Rock Docs' series