In 1967, the British-American group known as Fleetwood Mac, first came together in London, England. The band chose their name from current members names, but since then the group has seen a rotating line up of performers. Most know the group for their lineup that included LIndsey Buckingham, Christine McVie, Stevie Knicks and John McVie. The group shot to fame during the 1960s for their unique British Blues style, led by the sounds of guitarist Peter Green. The band’s most popular single to date is their song “Dreams’ which help the number one spot in 1977 for 31 straight weeks. The song came from the record Rumors, which has sold more than 45 million copies and is the fourth-highest selling album of all time.The group had another surge of popularity in the 1970s and has continued to hold on to fame for their entire career. In 1998, the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In total, the group has sold more than 100 million albums, making them one of the highest selling groups of all time. Even with the success of singer Stevie Knick’s solo career, the group has stills stayed together and performed on countless tours around the world.The good news for fans of the group is that the band is once again back together. The group has reunited for a new North American tour that is slated to start at the end of the fall of 2014. The major reunion has been creating a great deal of buzz for fans as it will bring back the original keyboardist, Christine McVine who will rejoin her ex-husband and former bandmates after taking a 16 year leave from the group. This tour is actually the first time the band will be reunited on a tour since 1998. This was their popular tour “The Dance.” The band’s latest tour in 2012 was one of their most successful to date, revealing that even with decades in the industry they are still one of the most beloved bands in popular music.The new our will be called the “On With the Show Tour,” and will feature stops in 33 different cities, after officially kicking off on September 30th.