Fleetwood Mac was founded in London in July 1967 by ex-Bluesbreakers members, Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood. They quickly became a major force in the UK blues scene with their eponymous first album. After experiencing a personal crisis, the group reorganized under the leadership of Fleetwood and shifted away from blues towards mainstream popularity. Over the years, they have had numerous talented members join and leave the band, including Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.
Throughout their career, Fleetwood Mac has left an indelible mark on the music industry. Their sound evolved from blues to a more mainstream style that resonated with audiences worldwide. With hits like "Go Your Own Way" and "Rhiannon," they captivated listeners with their unique blend of rock and pop.
In recognition of their contributions to music, Fleetwood Mac was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 as performers. Their enduring legacy continues to inspire new generations of musicians and fans alike.