Lindsey Buckingham Sues Fleetwood Mac for Kicking Him Out of the Group

Lindsey Buckingham has sued his former bandmates from Fleetwood Mac, stating they conspired to kick him out of the group with out trigger.

Buckingham estimates he would have earned $14 million from the North American tour this 12 months alone.

The lawsuit was filed within the Los Angeles County Superior Court, revealing the long-standing dispute between the lead guitarist and Fleetwood Mac.  In the lawsuit, Buckingham says he tried to get the band to reschedule their tour round his solo performances, which might be a aspect gig to the primary Fleetwood Mac tour.

When his bandmates refused, Buckingham rescheduled his personal solo gig across the band’s tour schedule. Stevie Nicks additionally requested that the group do not more than three exhibits per week, which Buckingham says he was prepared to conform.

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Shortly afterward, the band’s supervisor known as Buckingham to inform him that Fleetwood Mac can be touring with out him.

Buckingham is suing former bandmates Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, and John McVie. The lawsuit says the previous bandmates are in breach of fiduciary obligation, breach of oral contract, and intentional interference with potential financial benefit.

The swimsuit additionally states that not one of the members have defined his expulsion from the band.

“After 43 years of camaraderie and friendship, not a single member of Fleetwood Mac has returned any of Buckingham’s telephone calls to offer him with an evidence for his purported expulsion from Fleetwood Mac,” the criticism alleges.