Christine McVie, the English musician whose smoky vocals and romantic lyrics helped catapult the rock group Fleetwood Mac to worldwide success, has died, the band introduced on Twitter.
She was 79.
“There aren’t any phrases to explain our unhappiness on the passing of Christine McVie,” the group said in a statement posted on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon. “She was really one-of-a-kind, particular and gifted past measure.”
“She was the most effective musician anybody might have of their band and the most effective pal anybody might have of their life. We had been so fortunate to have a life along with her,” the band added. “Individually and collectively, we cherished Christine deeply and are grateful for the superb reminiscences we have now. She might be so very missed.”
McVie was as soon as married to Fleetwood Mac bass guitarist John McVie. The turmoil of their relationship was one of many artistic sparks behind the behind’s massively standard album “Rumours,” launched in 1977.
Christine McVie penned among the most cherished strains within the Fleetwood Mac songbook, writing the lyrics to international hits like “All over the place,” “Little Lies” and “Do not Cease” — a monitor that grew to become synonymous with Invoice Clinton’s first presidential marketing campaign.
In her lyrics, she chronicled the highs and lows of romantic love in clear, easy phrases.
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