Rumours ATL: A Fleetwod Mac Tribute Show at Terminal West

Rumours ATL: A Fleetwod Mac Tribute takes us back to the mid 70’s and recreates Fleetwood Mac’s onstage performances. The band is named after Rumours, Fleetwood Mac’s eleventh studio album.

Released in February of 1977, Rumours reached Billboard’s number one spot in the United States as well as the United Kingdom. Many would argue that Rumours is Fleetwood Mac’s greatest album ever produced.

“Dreams” and “Don’t Stop” are a part of the permanent soundtrack of the seventies and the album has made its way to many best album of all time lists.

Rumours ATL took to the stage at Terminal West in downtown Atlanta and the show was one that any Fleetwood Mac fan would have enjoyed.

Having seen Fleetwood Mac themselves twice, it’s no small thing to say that Rumours ATL did not let me down in the least in their tribute performance. Now if I could only get them to play “Bleed to Love Her” in one of their next gigs.

After the songs of Rumours, the band went on to play a fantastic way-back-machine selection of both Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks’ solo hits. What a FANTASTIC SHOW.

Rumours ATL: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute is Mekenzie Jackson on lead vocals, Doug Easterly on guitar and vocals, Adrienne Cottrell on keyboards and vocals, Alex Thrift on guitar, Jerry Tew on bass, and Gabriel Pline on drums.

Local to Atlanta, Georgia, Rumours ATL performs often around the country. Catch them live, repeatedly.

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