Lindsey Buckingham revealed in a new interview that he has settled his lawsuit against his former Fleetwood Mac bandmates. After…
Lindsey Buckingham revealed in a new interview that he has settled his lawsuit against his former Fleetwood Mac bandmates.
After Buckingham’s surprise shooting from Fleetwood Mac in January, the guitarist launched a trial against the band in October. fiduciary duty and breach of oral contract, including fees.
“Fleetwood Mac strongly disputes the allegations presented in Buckingham’s complaint and looks forward to its day in court,” told a rope roger Rolling Stone in October.
But in an interview with CBS This Morning who moved Saturday – the guitarist’s first television interview since his termination – Buckingham said the trial was settled a few weeks ago. 1
9659005] “We’ve all logged in to something,” Buckingham said about the settlement. “I’m happy with it. I’m not trying to twist the knife at all. I’m trying to look at this with some degree of compassion, some wisdom.”
Buckingham did not draft the terms of the settlement. Buckingham refused to comment on Rolling Stone . A rope for Fleetwood Mac did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
During the interview CBS This Morning Buckingham spoke of the “visceral” feeling of being detained from the band – according to Stevie Nicks – and said that since his shooting he has not spoken with any of his former band cameras in addition to Christine McVie, who recently went to Buckingham.
“I’ve had, just in the past few weeks, I’ve received an email, which I expected to get, from Christine McVie,” Buckingham said; The two released the album Buckingham / McVie in 2017. “She wrote me an email and basically said,” Dear Lindsey, just know that I had nothing to do with any of this. Know I miss you so much. “She said,” I deeply believe in Stevie’s heart that she would like you to come home. Mac’s ongoing and endless drama, Buckingham said he would be open to reuniting with his former band cameras in some capacity, if the time is right. But his termination has a sense of finality for it, he said.
“I think pretty much that I’m not coming because many people who know how crowded Fleetwood Mac’s policy has been going to say two years from now they will … and I’m like,” I’m not so sure . “You know, something is a bit different this time,” Buckingham told CBS This Morning .
In addition to the interview, Buckingham performed three songs – “Treason”, “Big Love” and “Turn It On” – as part of the show’s Saturday sessions: