Fleetwood Mac fans can get a fascinating fix of their favorite band with AXS Concerts: “Sunday Night Rocks: Mac Attack” marathon airing Sunday, April 30, starting at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT on AXS TV. The multi-hour Fleetwood Mac mega-celebration starts with “The Big Interview” as lead guitarist Lindsey Buckingham sits down with Dan Rather for a candid conversation about music, working with Stevie Nicks and how Fleetwood Mac co-founder Mick Fleetwood changed his life.
“Video Killed the Radio Star: The Artist View Fleetwood Mac” follows at 5:30 p.m. ET in which Mick Fleetwood gives his perspective of the band’s most iconic videos. At 6 p.m. ET, AXS TV’s original rockumentary series “Rock Legends” details Fleetwood Mac’s prolific contributions to music and features the video for one of the band’s Top 10 hit “Landslide.” The beloved track is notably Stevie Nicks’ first original composition for the band. "Rock Legends" digs deep behind the success stories of some of the greatest bands of all time using archival footage, remarkable performances and exclusive commentary from music critics. This segment offers up a crash course in Fleetwood Mac history you won’t want to miss!
Then, if you like easy, laid-back interviews, you’ll totally appreciate the casual, yet informative way legendary rocker Sammy Hagar engages his famous peers in conversation in “Rock and Roll Road Trip.” The Fleetwood Mac-focused episode starts at 6:30 p.m.ET and finds Hagar in a slice of Hawaiian paradise as he chats with Mick Fleetwood in Maui. It’s a pretty tough job, we know, but someone’s got to do it, right?
Hagar is great at shooting the breeze with his fellow music pals in this fun and informative AXS TV original series. Fleetwood, of course, will discuss the tie that binds them – music — and his iconic career. The best part? The two rockers will perform a string of Fleetwood Mac hits. Can it get any better than that? Maybe!
If you always wished you could have been at Fleetwood Mac’s 2003 Say You Will Tour FleetCenter show in Boston, AXS TV gives you a front row seat at the critically-acclaimed concert that was filmed for their double-length DVD set “Fleetwood Mac: Live in Boston.” While nothing truly beats being there amidst the throng of screaming fans, AXS delivers the next best thing. Starting at 7 p.m. ET, you can watch the band perform their biggest hits hailing from multiple albums and decades. “Gypsy,” “Rihannon,” “Go Your Own Way” and “Gold Dust Woman” are just some of the tracks you’ll hear.
Two-time Grammy-winning songstress Stevie Nicks earned one of her eight Grammy nominations as a solo artist for Best Performance Music Video with her “Stevie Nicks: Rock a Little” concert film. Catch the premiere of the film as the marathon rolls on, starting at 9 p.m. ET. Special guest stars Mick Fleetwood and Peter Frampton join Queen of Rock and Roll Stevie Nicks in the Grammy-nominated special which was taped at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. You’ll be treated to some of Nicks’ renowned solo tracks like “Stand Back,” “Talk to Me,” and “Edge of Seventeen” as well as Fleetwood Mac classics, like their No. 1 single “Dreams.”
The Mac Attack marathon comes to an end with the critically-acclaimed 2012 special “Lindsey Buckingham with Special Guest Stevie Nicks,” starting at 10 p.m. ET. Buckingham discusses his time with Fleetwood Mac and his successful solo career. The special packs some of Buckingham’s most powerful and popular solo hits, along with two emotional duets with Stevie Nicks. Both artists have navigated successful solo careers. But, the incredible chemistry this pair of Fleetwood Mac band mates shares on stage is electrifying.
Having sold more than 100 million records worldwide, the Grammy-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are one of the biggest rock bands of all time. Be sure to tune into AXS TV for an extensive, in-depth look at Fleetwood Mac via this full night of magical, Mac-style, must-see TV.
The “Sunday Night Rocks: Mac Attack” Fleetwood Mac marathon begins on Sunday, April 30 at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT on AXS TV.
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