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Lindsey Buckingham 

8:30 p.m. Friday, November 9. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.

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Lindsey Buckingham is known for his love life just as much as he is known for his talent. This distinction is common for women performers, but it's rare among men. As the guitarist and male lead singer for 1970s sunny Cali-via-London megagroup Fleetwood Mac, the curly-haired Buckingham sang and wrote boatloads of amazing, now-classic songs, all while making up and breaking up with bandmate Stevie Nicks. But guitar virtuoso Buckingham is still in the business, and he's still on tour, having released his latest album, Seeds We Sow, just last year. Buckingham has now fully grown from a man defined by one relationship to one who is defined wholly by his talent. Warning: The dude wrote "Go Your Own Way" and he's still very good-looking. Keep an eye out for swooning, squealing, overheated lady baby boomers at the show.

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