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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    Is it me or did it look like Lindsey dyed his hair. I know his hair was more gray with some black, but it looks like he had his hair dyed.
    hmm. Well, it wouldnít surprise me. Heís done it before.

    I didnít do the Q&A but I read about it. He said he was considering collaborating with Mick!

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    If I went, I would had loved to know the story of Don asking Lindsey to sing and play on his Building The Perfect Beast album.

    Brothers for life. RIP Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    If I went, I would had loved to know the story of Don asking Lindsey to sing and play on his Building The Perfect Beast album.
    I donít think heís ever been asked that question. Itís a good one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    I donít think heís ever been asked that question. Itís a good one!
    I don't think Don has been asked that question either. I would to hear both men's story.

    Brothers for life. RIP Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    If I went, I would had loved to know the story of Don asking Lindsey to sing and play on his Building The Perfect Beast album.
    I haven't heard that! Did Lindsey play on the album?

    I had technical issues getting into it too. I still have to go back and watch what I missed. He sounded great though!

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    He sang background and played guitar on You Can't Make Love. You can hear Lindsey a little on that song.

    Brothers for life. RIP Glenn

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    If you get AXSTV they are having a Lindsey Buckingham with special guest Stevie Nicks on at 12PM PST today. There also is a Fleetwood Mac concert right after it, 1-3 PM and a Stevie Nicks concert after that, 3PM. Stevie Nicks is on again at 11:00 PM and Fleetwood Mac follows her.

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    More musicians - Iím talking about the big-time cats - are selling their catalog. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bil...g-songwriting/

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightMistBlue View Post
    More musicians - Iím talking about the big-time cats - are selling their catalog. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bil...g-songwriting/
    These are incredibly difficult times for musicians. I'm afraid some folks may be taken advantage of. For artists like Lindsey, (who presumably have plenty of money), they obviously made them an offer that seemed foolish to decline. Still, with most songwriters considering their songs their children, it has to be an excruciating decision to make. They will have no say as to how their songs are presented (questionable advertising, etc,), added to, or deconstructed, I assume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreyFollower View Post
    These are incredibly difficult times for musicians. I'm afraid some folks may be taken advantage of. For artists like Lindsey, (who presumably have plenty of money), they obviously made them an offer that seemed foolish to decline. Still, with most songwriters considering their songs their children, it has to be an excruciating decision to make. They will have no say as to how their songs are presented (questionable advertising, etc,), added to, or deconstructed, I assume.
    Stevie did it a few weeks ago. We're going to hear a lot of their songs on commercials now, see their images on T-shirts in Hot Topic, etc. I guess it's the way of the world.

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