Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie Dead at Age 79 Following A Short illnes

Christine McVie was a popular songwriter, singer, and keyboardist. Mostly famous because of her journey with the classic rock band Fleetwood Mac. Her tenure was great and successful with some iconic radio hits including “You Make Loving Fun “Don’t Stop,” “Say You Love Me,” “Hold Me,” and  “Little Lies”. Sadly a huge loss to the music industry as Christine McVie died at age 79.

This news was shared on Wednesday on various social media platforms like Facebook. The news was shared with a statement on behalf of Christine McVie’s family: " We are informing you with a heavy heart that Christine McVie has passed away. She left this world peacefully on a hospital bed this morning, November 30th, 2022, because of a short illness. She spent her last moments with her family. It's a request to all the media channels to respect the family’s privacy, especially at this painful event. We can barely understand what her family is going through. Everyone should keep Christine in their hearts and always remember her as a fantastic human being, and an esteemed musician. RIP Christine McVie.”

History of Christine McVie

Christine McVie was born on July 12, 1943, in Lancashire, England. She was given the name Christine Anne Perfect. As far as her career goes, she was born and raised in a musical family. Her grandfather was an organist and her father was a violin teacher at Westminster Abbey. She knew what would be her profession for the rest of her life. So she started taking music seriously at the age of 11 and studied hard and was so immersed in Britain’s burgeoning blues scene. She started her own band (Chicken Shack) with a group of former bandmates, Andy Silvester and Stan Webb, in 1967. McVie did a great job with that band and was awarded with the U.K. music magazine’s Melody Maker’s Best Female Vocalist award in 1969.

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