Fleetwood Mac Debuts New Lineup At Tour Opener In Tulsa: Setlist & Videos

By Scott Bernstein Oct 4, 2018 7:10 am PDT

Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame act Fleetwood Mac officially began the latest era in the band’s historic career by opening their first tour with a new lineup last night at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The tour is the first since Lindsey Buckingham parted ways with the Mac earlier this year. Guitarists Mike Campbell and Neil Finn replaced Buckingham and join longtime members Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Christine McVie on the road. Wednesday’s show featured material from Campbell and Finn’s old bands, a few Mac classics that pre-date Buckingham’s tenure in the group and plenty of hits.

Fleetwood Mac opened with “The Chain” featuring Finn on Buckingham’s vocal parts. A run of hits “Little Lies,” “Dreams,” “Second Hand News” and “Say You Love Me” was followed by the group’s first “Black Magic Woman” since 1987 (all stats as per Setlist.FM). While Santana scored a hit with “Black Magic Woman,” the song was written by founding and former Fleetwood Mac member Peter Green for inclusion on the band’s debut studio album. Other oldies that made the cut in Tulsa were “Tell Me All The Things You Do” off 1970’s Kiln House for the first time since 1977, Tusk’s “Storms” for the first time since 2009, “Hypnotized” from 1973’s Mystery To Me for the first time since 1977, Tango In The Night’s “Isn’t It Midnight” for the first time since 1990 and “Monday Morning” off the group’s self-titled 1975 LP for the first time since 2009. In addition, the Green-penned “Oh Well” returned after an eight-year layoff.

Neil Finn not only led Fleetwood Mac through the beloved Crowded House favorite “Don’t Dream It’s Over” but also threw back to his Split Enz days by fronting a performance of “I Got You.” An emotional moment came to start the encore, when Mike Campbell’s time in Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers was honored with a Stevie-sung rendition of “Free Fallin’.” The encore continued with “Don’t Stop” and concluded with the live debut of “All Over Again,” a song Fleetwood Mac recorded for their 1995 album Time.

Watch a series of fan-shot videos thanks to tomdumontrocks:

Free Fallin’

Black Magic Woman

The Chain


Fleetwood Mac at BOK Center

  • The Chain
  • Little Lies
  • Dreams
  • Second Hand News  
  • Say You Love Me
  • Black Magic Woman  
  • Everywhere
  • I Got You  
  • Rhiannon
  • Tell Me All the Things You Do  
  • Storms  
  • World Turning
  • Hypnotized  
  • Oh Well  
  • Don't Dream It's Over  
  • Landslide
  • Isn't It Midnight  
  • Monday Morning  
  • You Make Loving Fun
  • Gold Dust Woman
  • Go Your Own Way
  • Free Fallin'  
  • Don't Stop
  • All Over Again  
  • Albatross
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