"The whole tenure in Fleetwood Mac was difficult. It was complicated, to say the least. The last few years were the most difficult. Everyone was pretty much at their worst, I would say."
What became important was "reorienting myself and finally getting some closure on Stevie after having to be around her all those years, then putting something together with people I hadn't known, really, and seeing myself in a different light through their eyes," he says.
One of the highlights of the show, Buckingham's blistering guitar solo on the sexually explicit song Come, is still in the set.
"That's an interesting song because it was a fight getting that on the album," Buckingham says. "Stevie did not want that on the album for whatever reason. I guess the lyric was offensive to her, a little explicit. I did have that reaction from my sister-in-law. She's saying, 'What am I going to tell my 13-year-old?' Then the same thing – it was a fight to get it into the set."