Top 10 Songs by Christine McVie for Fleetwood Mac
The late singer-songwriter, who passed away at the age of 79, wrote some of the greatest songs in the soft-rock canon, including Don't Stop, Everywhere, and Little Lies.
Christine Perfect, a rock'n'roll stage name if there ever was one, was the solo project of Christine McVie before she joined Fleetwood Mac.
The addition of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham to Fleetwood Mac in 1975 undoubtedly increased the band's creative potential.
The Fleetwood Mac songs written by McVie that didn't become singles were frequently just as compelling as the well-known hits.
Beginning with their 1975 self-titled LP, the group's first full-length to contain Nicks and Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac rose to prominence as a pop-rock titan.
Rumours is an album that was inspired by messy relationships, flawed breakups, and turbulent real-life relationships.
On Rumours, Songbird stood out because it was an unreserved love song with a simple arrangement.