Formed in London in the 1960s, Fleetwood Mac are one of the most successful recording artists of all time, selling in excess of 100 million albums worldwide. In their illustrious career so far, the band have released 17 studio albums and no fewer than 62 singles.
Their most successful album to date is the 1977 release Rumours. The record, which peaked at No.1 in the US and UK on release is one of the bestselling albums of all time, reaching diamond status in several countries and spawning hit singles such as You Make Loving Fun, Dreams, Don’t Stop and the seminal Go Your Own Way.
Since the release of Rumours, Fleetwood Mac have gone onto release six more studio albums and hit singles such as Big Love, Little Lies and Everywhere.
In 1998 the band were awarded a Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to the British Music Industry and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.