Fleetwood Mac to Unleash at Toyota Center

"Go Your Own Way," live in L.A. on 1982's Mirage tour

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Live Nation announced this morning that soft-rock supergroup Fleetwood Mac - who put the "fun" in dysfunction while going on to sell more than 10 million copies of 1977's Rumors, scheduled to be re-released this year in expanded CD/DVD form - has added a second leg to its greatest-hits "Unleashed" tour, including a stop at Toyota Center Saturday, May 2. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Monday, January 26 at Live Nation and Ticketmaster's Web sites; American Express cardmembers can order theirs early starting January 17 at www.toyotacentertix.com.

Rocks Off is going to try to play it cool on this one, but he's never seen the Mac live before, so all bets are off. Stevie Nicks might want to go ahead and take out that restraining order. - Chris Gray

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