Mick Fleetwood fell sick. He is a British musician and actor, best known for his role as the drummer and Co-founder of the rock band Fleetwood Mac and for this reason there Nerbraksa concert fell short of one hour, as he came down with the flu. The Cornwall native, who traveled with the Royal Air Force’s band member Stevie Nicks explained to about fourteen thousand fans who attended the concert at the Lincoln’s Pinnacle Bank Arena that Fleetwood was throwing up backstage.
A drum technician played
“Go Your Own Way” in Fleetwood’s place. Then Christine McVie played piano and sang “Songbird” with guitarist Lindsey Buckingham before the band ended the show.
In a statement online, Fleetwood Mac said Sunday it plans to perform its next scheduled show in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Tuesday. The band is scheduled to play Feb. 14 at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont.