After several starts and stops while overseas, Lindsey Buckingham has scrapped his current European tour. The ousted-Fleetwood Mac leader posted a message to his social media outlets stating: “Due to ongoing health issues, Lindsey Buckingham is regrettably having to cancel the remaining shows on his current European tour. Refunds will be available from the point of purchase. Lindsey sends his deepest apologies to all his fans who were planning to attend and hopes to return to Europe in the future.”
As Buckingham and members of his band fell ill from Covid, he was forced to cut the final four dates of his 2021 North American trek and push back the European jaunt. This time out, several of the European dates were cancelled due to illness before calling it quits on the entire run. There's no word when Buckingham hopes to return to the continent.
A while back, we caught up with Lindsey Buckingham, and he admitted to us that his most recent albums provide a fuller picture of him as an artist: “The funny thing is that I made those three solo albums. . . y'know, I did two (more) kinda back-to-back, I guess it's about three or four years ago now. And now this one, which I didn't even really plan to make, but the time opened up. And so, when you kind of fill it in more, I think it is kind of easier to get an overview of it.”