40th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Best Pop Album
The Dance (Album)
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"Learn your instrument. Be honest. Don't do anything phony. … There is plenty of room for a bit of honest writing."
- Born Christine Anne Perfect on July 12, 1943, in Bouth, Lancashire, U.K.
- McVie joined Fleetwood Mac in 1970. She first saw success with the chart-topping Fleetwood Mac album in 1975, the group's first release featuring Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. During her original tenure with the band, McVie contributed hits such as "Over My Head," "Say You Love Me," "Don't Stop," "You Make Loving Fun," and "Little Lies."
- The singer/songwriter released her debut eponymous solo album in 1984, which spawned the hits "Got A Hold On Me" (No. 10) and "Love Will Show Us How" (No. 30). In 2017 McVie teamed with Buckingham for a duet album, Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie, which debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard 200.
- McVie won two GRAMMYs with Fleetwood Mac at the 20th GRAMMY Awards for Album Of The Year for Rumours.
- Two Fleetwood Mac albums have been inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame: Fleetwood Mac (1975) and Rumours (1977).
- Did you know? McVie's Rumours classic "Songbird" was recorded at Zellerbach Auditorium on the campus of University of California, Berkeley.
- In 2018 Fleetwood Mac will become the first-ever band to receive the MusiCares Person of the Year award in honor of their support for MusiCares, which provides critical financial, health and addiction services to members of the music community.