‘Rumors’ is the 11th studio album released on 4 February 1977 by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac.
A solid fan base has been built across the eastern United States of the song. While traveling across the U.S. and selling out venues, the band continues to gather on a national level an even larger and dedicated fan base.
Fleetwood Mac, which is about to celebrate its 50th birthday, is still touring amazingly. If you’re looking forward to seeing the band at their peak, then Atlanta’s Rumors: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute could be the best way to live their timeless music. Rumors call Atlanta, GA home and a solid fan base has been built there. Rumors have quickly become one of the tribute bands in the genre that are most sought after and highly regarded.
Lead singer Mekenzie Jackson was fascinated by Fleetwood Mac’s songs in Stevie Nicks ‘ part at a young age and as it turns out she can imitate the iconic voice of singers so well that she and Rumors quickly take fans to the height of the amazing success of Fleetwood Mac. The sensational voices of Rumors replicate those magical moments in the history of music that fans of Fleetwood Mac love and can now relive.
Fleetwood Mac’s passion for music is what made Rumors a success. Members of the band have been inspired and revered for many years by Fleetwood Mac admirers and are trying not only to replicate their unmistakable, enchanting style but to owe it the respect it so rightly deserves.
Created in London in 1967, Fleetwood Mac is a British-American rock band. Guitarist Peter Green, drummer Mick Fleetwood, and guitar player Jeremy Spencer formed Fleetwood Mac. Rumors include band members Mekenzie Jackson (leading vocals), Doug Easterly (leading and supporting vocals, guitar, and percussion), Alex Thrift (leading guitar), Adrienne Cottrell (keyboards, lead, and back vocals), Nick Whitson (bass) and Daniel Morrison (drums).