Fleetwood Mac Cancels Two Concerts to Protect Stevie Nicks' Voice

Offering apology on behalf of the rock band, guitarist Neil Finn assures fans that they will be back performing in Canada in April 2019.

AceShowbiz - Fleetwood Mac have rescheduled two Canadian concerts after singer Stevie Nicks fell ill.

The rock band were due to take to the stage at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, on Saturday night (November 10), but pulled the gig just a few hours before it was due to start. They also cancelled their concert in the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, which was set for Monday night.

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Writing on Twitter, guitarist and singer Neil Finn - who was drafted in alongside Mike Campbell to replace axed Lindsey Buckingham - explained that frontwoman Stevie had lost her voice.

"So sorry we couldnt play for you tonight Edmonton but we had to protect that wondrous force of nature that is Stevies voice (sic)," he tweeted. "We'll be back in April better than ever."

The shows have been rescheduled for Edmonton on April 13, and Calgary on April 15.

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