Mick Fleetwood is joining Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis for a wide-ranging conversation about early Fleetwood Mac history – including the unique talents of original guitarist Peter Green, the band’s first international tours, their wildest onstage moments and the friendships that propelled the pre-Rumours line-up to international fame.
Fans can livestream the discussion, currently taking place at New york City’s 92nd Street Y, above. The chat promotes Fleetwood’s upcoming book, Love that Burns – A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac Volume One: 1967-1974, which is available for pre-order via Genesis Publications in two formats: a deluxe edition (numbered one to 350) and collector edition (numbered 351 to 2,000).
Both versions include a seven-inch picture disc featuring “Love That Burns” and rare instrumental track “Fleetwood Mac,” along with 400-plus rare photos, memorabilia and illustrations. The deluxe edition includes two prints, one signed by blues legend John Mayall and another by graphic designer Günther Kieser.
Previous pre-orders of Love That Burns included a free ticket to today’s discussion, along with a commemorative bookplate signed by Fleetwood in person before he took the stage.
Fleetwood Mac recently headlined the all-star, bi-coastal Classic East and Classic West festivals. Two of the band’s songwriters, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie issued their first collaborative LP, in June.