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Mar 1990 - The single Save Me is released hitting US #33 and UK #?.

26th Mar 1990 - The Mask tour opens in Melborne, Australia in support of Behind The Mask.

April 1990 - Behind The Mask is released hitting US #18 and UK #1. The album features Billy Burnette and Rick Vito with Greg Ladanyi producing. Lindsey Buckingham makes a guest appearance on guitar on the track Behind The Mask.

27th May 1990 - The Mask tour moves to America and opens at Seattle, Washinghton.

July 1990 - The single Skies The Limit is released but fails to make the US or UK charts.

Aug 1990 - The single In The Back Of My Mind is released in the UK and make #

Aug 1990 - The single Hard Feelings is released in the US but misses the charts.

Aug 1990 - The Mask tour moves onto the European legs.

23rd Aug 1990 - Behind The Mask concert in Utrecht, Holland.

25th Aug 1990 - Behind The Mask concert in Manchester, England is recorded by BBC Radio One, this recording will find its way onto a bootleg CD Next Stop Maine Road.

17th Oct 1990 - The Mask tour returns to America for it's final leg at Gainesville, Florida.

Dec 1990 - Whist touring to support Behind The Mask, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie both announce that they are going to retire from touring with Fleetwood Mac. Christine will continue to record on the future Fleetwood Mac albums, however due to a disagreement with Mick over using Silver Springs on her solo album Timespace, Stevie will vow never to work with Fleetwood Mac again. (Mick will not allow Stevie to use the song as he is keeping it for the future Fleetwood Mac box set).

7th Dec 1990 - The Mask tour ends at Los Angeles, California where Lindsey Buckingham joins Fleetwood Mac on stage for three songs, Landslide, Go Your Own Way & Tear It Up. Lindsey Buckingham also appeared at the concert at Oakland Coliseum on the 6th Dec.

11th July 1991 - Stevie Nicks solo tour supporting Timespace opens in Dallas, Texas.

23rd Aug 1991 - Stevie Nicks solo album Timespace - The Best Of Stevie Nicks  is released, reaching #30 on the US charts and #15 on the UK charts.

12th Oct 1991 - Stevie Nicks solo single Sometimes It's A Bitch is released, reaching #56 on the US charts and #40 on the UK charts.

25th Oct 1991 - Stevie Nicks appears in Dallas, Texas at the "International Tribute To Jane Goodall" where she performs Jane's Song.

Nov 1991 - Rick Vito quits Fleetwood Mac to pursue a solo career, he cites musical freedom or lack of as a reason of quitting.

Nov 1991 - Stevie Nicks solo single I Can't Wait is re-released in the UK where it reaches # 47.

Nov 1991 - Stevie Nicks solo single Love's A Hard Game To Play is released in the US where it misses the charts.

14th Nov 1991 - Stevie Nicks solo tour supporting Timespace ends in Los Angeles.

Feb 1992 - Mick Fleetwood's new band "The Zoo" sign to Capricorn Records, the band features Bekka Bramlett on vocals.

25th Feb 1992 - Stevie Nicks appears on two tracks on Rick Vito's solo album King Of Hearts, the tracks are Desiree and Intuition.

June 1992 - Lindsey Buckingham solo single Countdown is released in the UK but misses the charts.

June 1992 - John McVie releases his first solo album under the name of "John McVie's Gotta A Band With Lola Thomas", the album uses the same name, but this misses the charts.

July 1992 - Mick Fleetwood's side group "The Zoo" release the album Shakin' the Cage but this fails to make the charts.

Aug 1992 - Lindsey Buckingham solo album Out Of the Cradle is released and makes US #128 and UK #51.

24th Nov 1992 - A four CD set 25 Years - The Chain is released, it features four new songs - Paper Doll, Heart Of Stone, Love Shines and Make Me A Mask and many alternate versions. The CD's cover all of the various line ups of Fleetwood Mac. The album does not chart.

Dec 1992 - Love Shines is released but fails to make the charts.

10th Dec 1992 - Lindsey Buckingham begins his first solo tour in support of Out Of the Cradle, he will perform till 13th July 1993. Including supporting Tina Turner.

13th Jan 1993 - The classic version of Fleetwood Mac comprising of Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Christine McVie reform to perform Don't Stop at President Clinton's inaugural ball. This will be the only concert and Lindsey and Stevie will then return to their own solo careers.

31st Jan 1993 - Fleetwood Mac perform Say You Love Me at the XXVII Superbowl pre-game concert, the band line-up consists of Fleetwood, McVie, McVie, Burnette and the returning Vito who agrees to perform at this show only.

13th July 1993 - Lindsey Buckingham's tour ends in New York.

23rd May 1994 - Stevie Nicks solo album Street Angel  is released, reaching #45 on the US charts and #16 on the UK charts.

26th May 1994 - Stevie Nicks solo single Maybe Love is released, reaching #57 on the US charts and #42 on the UK charts.

21st July 1994 - A new line up of Fleetwood Mac makes a surprise appearance at the opening of Mick Fleetwood's new restaurant . The line up comprises of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Billy Burnette, Dave Mason and Bekka Bramlett.

14th July 1994 - Stevie Nicks gives a small warm-up gig at the Roxbury Club in Los Angeles in preparation of The Street Angel Tour.

22nd July 1994 - Stevie Nicks solo tour supporting Street Angel opens in Massachusetts.

2nd Aug 1994 - Stevie Nicks appears on the "Late Show With David Letterman" where she performs Blue Denim.

11th Aug 1994 - Stevie Nicks solo single Blue Denim is released, but misses the US charts.

12th Aug 1994 - The new line up of Fleetwood Mac begin a US tour opening for Crosby Stills and Nash at New York without Christine McVie (who will not tour with this version of the band).

23rd Aug 1994 - Stevie Nicks appears on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno where she performs Blue Denim.

18th Sept 1994 - Stevie Nicks solo tour supporting Street Angel ends in Los Angeles.

2nd Dec 1994 - The new line of Fleetwood Mac begin a European tour at Leidan, Holland.

17th Dec 1994 - European tour ends at Groningen, Holland.

2nd June 1995 - European tour continues at Skien, Norway.

25th June 1995 - European tour ends at Koblenz, Germany. (Fleetwood Mac will not perform in the UK on this tour).

18th July 1995 - American tour begins at Canandaigua, New York.

1st Sept 1995 - American tour ends at Las Vegas, Nevada.

10th Oct 1995 - A new album from the latest version of Fleetwood Mac appears, titled Time the album will fail to chart in the US but makes UK #47 . The album still features Christine McVie (who still records with the band, but will not tour) and again a guest appearance on one track by Lindsey Buckingham.

31st Dec 1995 -  Stevie Nicks appears at Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix AZ with the Freddy Jones Band, sang "Feelin' Alright," the Joe Cocker classic.

1996 - The Time line up of Fleetwood Mac falls apart, Mick Fleetwood will begin working with Lindsey Buckingham on Lindsey's new solo project. Billy Burnette and Bekka Bramlett will team up and record a country album.

21st Apr 1996 Stevie Nicks appears at Dr. Ted Dietrich's private home in Paradise Valley, AZ for an Arizona Heart Institute Benefit. This was a private event, but a handful of fans were in attendance.

3rd May 1996 - Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks perform together at the Kentucky Derby and perform Johnny B. Goode.

7th May 1996 - Twister soundtrack is released, the soundtrack contains Twisted a new song song performed by Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood.

9th May 1996 - Stevie Nicks attends the "Twister" movie premiere in Los Angeles CA.

4th July 1996  - Stevie Nicks appears at the St. Petersburg FL Pier, for local radio station MIX 96 annual free concert.

20th July 1996 - Stevie Nicks appears at the Sharell Club, Phoenix AZ and joined Kenny Loggins onstage to sing their 1978 duet hit "Whenever I Call You Friend."

20th Aug 1996 - Dave Koz "Off the Beaten Path" released including "Let Me Count the Ways" to which Stevie Nicks sings backup vocals.

6th Nov 1996 - Stevie Nicks buys out her Modern contract  for $125,000 and the agreement to the boxed set release, in order to go under contract with Reprise, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers.

12th Nov 1996 - A new Stevie Nicks track is released on the "Party of Five" soundtrack, Stevie covers Tom Petty's "Free Fallin."

Late 1996 - Christine McVie joins John McVie and Mick Fleetwood in the studio to help out Lindsey Buckingham who is recording his new solo album.

Dec 1996 - I Can't Wait, a greatest hits video from Stevie Nicks is released.

20th Dec 1996 - Stevie Nicks read as 'Ghost of Christmas Past' in the play "A Christmas Carol" to benefit the Salvation Army. Admission was a food donation. Presented by local radio station KTAR, the annual event took place at the Herberger Theater, 222 E. Monroe Street (bet 2nd/3rd Sts.) Phoenix AZ.

Early 1997 - Rumours begin circulating that the classic line up of Fleetwood Mac comprising of Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie and John McVie are to reform for a new project.

9th Mar 1997 - Stevie Nicks appears at the Union Hall in Phoenix AZ with Don Henley as a special guest and performed "Dreams," "Landslide," "Leather and Lace" as a duet with Don Henley, "Rhiannon," and "My Back Pages." The event was a benefit for the Southwest Center for Biological Diversity. There were two shows, at 2 PM and 7:30 PM.

18th April 1997 - The Rumours era Fleetwood Mac re-form for an MTV special - The Dance, this will lead to a full US tour later in the year. Rehearsals take place at Warner Bros Studios at Burbank, California.

21st May 1997 - Fleetwood Mac perform The Dance special for MTV. This was the final dress rehearsal.

22nd May 1997 - Fleetwood Mac perform The Dance for MTV who videotaped the show for future release.

23rd May 1997 - Fleetwood Mac perform The Dance for MTV who videotaped both shows for future release.

12th Aug 1997 - The Dance premieres on MTV.

15th Aug 1997 - Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks appear on the Mark and Brian radio show where Lindsey performs Big Love and Never Going Back Again, and Stevie performs Landslide.

19th Aug 1997 - The Dance is released, it will go on to reach #1 on the US charts and #14 on the UK charts.

17th Sept 1997 - The Dance tour opens in Hartford. Connecticut.

30th Sept 1997 - The Dance tour video was released.

6th Nov 1997 - The Dance concert in Nashville, USA

19th Dec 1997 - Stevie Nicks read as 'Ghost of Christmas Past' in the play "A Christmas Carol" to benefit the Salvation Army. Admission was a food donation. Presented by local radio station KTAR, the annual event took place at the Herberger Theater, Phoenix AZ, and began at 1pm. Stevie's neice was also in the play.

12th Jan 1998 - Fleetwood Mac are inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame. 

12th & 13th Jan 1998 - Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham and Mick Fleetwood appear on Late Night with David Letterman performing Big Love & Landslide.

24th Jan 1998 - Stevie Nicks appears on the German TV show "Wetten Dass."and performed  "Silver Springs."

27th Jan 1998The Making Of Rumours video was released.

9th Feb 1998 - Fleetwood Mac are honored at the UK Brit Awards, they receive an award for an Outstanding Contribution To The British Music Industry. They perform a medley of hits including Rhiannon, Go Your Own Way and Don't Stop.

25th Feb 1998 - Fleetwood Mac perform at the Grammy Awards, They perform a short medley of hits including Rhiannon, Don't Stop and Go Your Own Way. Fleetwood Mac are also nominated for for three Grammys including "Best Performance by Duo or Group" for Silver Springs, "Best Pop Album" for The Dance and "Best Rock Performance" for The Chain.

March 1998 - Silver Springs is released as a single in Europe.

24th March 1998 - Legacy - A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac's Rumours is released. This is a tribute album with various artists performing the songs from Rumours.

16th Apr 1998 - Stevie Nicks appears at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles CA in "Stormy Weather," a benefit for the Walden Woods Project. She performed "When Sunny Gets Blue" and Etta James' "At Last." 

28th April 1998 - Stevie Nicks box set The Enchanted Works Of Stevie Nicks is released.

30th April 1998 - Stevie Nicks appears on The Jay Leno Late Show and performs Stand Back.

27th May 1998 - First night of Stevie Nicks's Enchanted tour opens at Hartford, Connecticut.

16th June 1998 - Stevie Nicks appears on the "Late Show With David Letterman" where she performs Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You.

30th June 1998 - Landslide is released as a single, it fails to mark a mark on the US billboard charts, it is not released in the UK.

8th Aug 1998 - Stevie Nicks solo tour supporting Enchanted ends in Portland, Oregon..

14th Aug 1998 - Stevie Nicks last and final Enchanted date comes to an end at Woodstock 98.

3rd Sept 1998 - Stevie Nicks appears at "Stormy Weather," a benefit for the Walden Woods Foundation held on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. Attendance was between 2000-3000, and tickets were by invitation only.

18th Sept 1998 - Stevie Nicks "Storytellers" is recorded by VH1, where she performs Dreams, Landslide, Glitter, Garbo, Rose Garden, Sleeping Angel, Dreams, Landslide, Stand Back, Gold Dust Woman, Edge of 17, Stand Back, Has Anyone Ever Written....., Sara (tease) and Rhiannon (piano),

26th Sept 1998 - Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood perform at the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation benefit at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas NV. Stevie sang "At Last," "Dreams," "Rhiannon," and "Stand Back

6th Oct 1998 - The Practical Magic soundtrack was released, this has two songs from Stevie Nicks on it, a new version of Crystal and If You Ever Did Believe.

1st Nov 1998 - Stevie Nicks documentaries Storytellers and Behind The Music air on VH1 in the USA.

4th Nov 1998 - Stevie Nicks performs at the City of Hope Cancer Center benefit held at Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport. Stevie performed "It Takes Two" as a duet with Don Henley, and also Allanah Myles' "Black Velvet.

30th Mar 1999 - Stevie Nicks appears as a special guest at Sheryl Crow's Union Hall Phoenix AZ concert, and dueted with Sheryl on "Strong Enough."

18th May 1999 - Stevie Nicks was a double winner at the BMI Pop Awards for Silver Springs and Landslide.

25th May 1999 Release of MTV video jockey Jesse Camp's album "Jesse & the 8th Street Kidz." Stevie Nicks duets with Jesse on his composition, "My Little Savior."

8th June 1999 - Stevie Nicks performed at a private corporate show in New Orleans.

17th July 1999 - Stevie Nicks joins Sheryl Crow on stage at Lilith Fair to perform Strong Enough.

14th Sept 1999 - Stevie Nicks joins Sheryl Crow on stage at Central Park to perform Gold Dust Woman. The performance will later be released as a live album.

19th Nov 1999 - Stevie Nicks performed at a private corporate show in Omaha, Nebraska.

7th Dec 1999 - Stevie Nicks appears on Sheryl Crow and Friends. The CD includes Stevie & Sheryl singing Gold Dust Woman.

28th Dec 1999 - Stevie Nicks performed a few dates at the end of the year and at the beginning of year 2000 on the mini. "Pondering the Millennium" tour.

Next :- 2000's


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Sources - Guinness British Hit Albums, Guinness British Hit Singles, My Twenty Five Years in Fleetwood Mac by Mick Fleetwood, The Q Encyclopedia of Rock Stars, The Nicks Fix Web Site, The Penguin Web Site, The Fleetwood Mac Legacy Web Site. The Stevie Nicks FAQ.

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