Founded in London in July 1967 (by ex Bluesbreakers members, Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood), Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac instantly became a major force in the UK blues scene, along with their eponymous first album. Following "Mr. Wonderful" & "Then Play On" the driving force of Peter Green had deteriorated as he lapsed into a personal crisis by 1970. The group reorganized, under the leadership of Fleetwood, and slowly took on a new direction - away from the blues and into the mainstream of international popularity, known simply as Fleetwood Mac.
Peter Green (guitar, vocals, 1967-70), Mick Fleetwood (drums, 1967-1995, 1997-present), John McVie (bass, 1967-1995, 1997-present), Jeremy Spencer (guitar, vocals, 1967-71), Bob Brunning (bass, 1967), Danny Kirwan (guitar, 1968-72), Christine McVie (vocals, piano, accordion, 1970-1995, 1997-1998, 2014-present), Bob Welch (guitar, vocals, 1971-74), Bob Weston (guitar, 1973-74), Dave Walker (guitar, vocals, 1973), Lindsey Buckingham (guitar, vocals, piano, 1975-87, 1993, 1997-present), Stevie Nicks (vocals, 1974–1991, 1993, 1997-present), Billy Burnette (guitar, vocals, 1990-94), Rick Vito (guitar, 1990-91), Dave Mason, (guitar, vocals, 1993-94), Bekka Bramlett (vocals, 1993-94).
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 (Performer)