Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood Spend Tribute To Previous Bandmate Christine McVie

The keyboardist and composer died in a medical center right after a shorter disease, and the announcement of her loss of life inspired Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood to write-up tributes to McVie, who wrote some of the band’s most important hits, including “Don’t Stop,” “You Make Loving Fun” and “Little Lies.”

In a tweet, Nicks honored her bandmate ― whom she described as her “best pal in the full planet considering the fact that the 1st day of 1975” ― by putting up the lyrics of “Hallelujah,” a music by Haim that is about mourning a “best friend” who has “been with me all along,” in accordance to People today.

The singer also included a handwritten be aware in which she stated that she did not discover of McVie’s even now-undisclosed disease until Saturday and had hoped to fly to London to see her:

“I desired to be in London I preferred to get to London — but we have been instructed to wait around. So, considering the fact that Saturday, just one music has been swirling all-around in my head, over and in excess of and in excess of. I believed I could quite possibly get to sing it to her, and so, I’m singing it to her now. I often knew I would require these text a person working day.”

Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood also honored McVie with an Instagram article, creating that he would “miss everything about” the beloved musician he named his “dear sweet buddy.”

As of Wednesday afternoon, McVie’s former bandmate guitarist Lindsey Buckingham hadn’t posted about her death. And her former spouse, bassist John McVie, does not look to have a social media presence.

Other famous people supplied their possess Twitter tributes.

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