When Lindsey Buckingham
joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975, the California native transformed the lumbering British blues-rock behemoth into a slick pop machine. Rumours sold a gazillion copies, but Buckingham's influence was best realized on Tusk. Like a coked-up Brian Wilson, Buckingham layered the album with so many sounds that the songs could never be properly recreated onstage. All his solo albums including the marvelous new Under the Skin have followed suit. Now Buckingham is making his first tour in years.
Fri., Oct. 20, 8 p.m.