PUBLISHED: 11:05, Tue, Mar 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:18, Tue, Mar 3, 2020
Last Tuesday, Mick Fleetwood and Friends played at The London Palladium to celebrate the music of Peter Green, one of the co-founders of Fleetwood Mac. And while only a lucky few could see the A-list filled concert live, music fans will be pleased to know that the show is being shown in cinemas for two nights only. These are Tuesday June 2 and Sunday June 7.
Mick Fleetwood and Friends celebrate the music of Peter Green: A Once-In-A-Lifetime Concert Event included some mega music stars.
From the likes of Oasis’ Noel Gallagher, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour to Jonny Lang, John Mayall and Zac Starkey.
Also Crowded House’s Neil Finn, Metallica’s Kirk Hammett, The Who’s Pete Townshend, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and The Rolling Stones' Bill Wyman.
While Fleetwood Mac’s very own Christine McVie, Jeremy Spencer and Rick Vito featured too.
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Fleetwood Mac: Mick Fleetwood’s Peter Green concert with HUGE stars coming to UK cinemas (Image: ROSS HALFIN)
Billy Gibbons and Steven Tyler performed Oh Well Part 1 (Image: ROSS HALFIN)
The cinematic version of the concert “will feature an introduction by Mick Fleetwood, plus exclusive rehearsal footage, and interviews with guest artists.
“Legendary sound producer Glynn Johns, who produced albums for The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles and Led Zeppelin, will take charge of the audio production.”
On the show coming to cinemas, Mick Fleetwood said: “This one of a kind show was no mean feat to put together and the ability to share and relive the event all over again in cinemas is