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Christine McVie started out her time with Fleetwood Mac the same way the most of us did: as a fan. This was the late ’60s in England, when she was in blues-rock groups like Chicken Shack, who had some modest success with a charting version of Etta James’ “I’d Rather Go Blind,” featuring McVie on vocals. But drummer Mick Fleetwood’s blues-rock group was her favorite in the scene, and she would see them every chance she could. “I dearly remember the old days,” McVie told Cameron Crowe in a 1977 Rolling Stone story. “Fleetwood Mac had this one-of-a-kind charm. They were gregarious, charming and cheeky onstage. Very cheeky. … They had this tremendous, subtle power.”

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