Fleetwood Mac has a lot of treats planned for its fans when the group hits the road next month for its first North American tour. During a session at last week's South By Southwest Music + Media Conference in Austin, Texas, Stevie Nicks told an audience about the songs the group is preparing to play -- including one rarity fans have been requesting for years:
"I'm in rehearsal with them now, and...we go from 'Go Your Own Way' to 'Sara' to 'Never Going Back' to 'Landslide' to, this time we're actually doing -- and you guys are the only ones that even know this -- we're actually doing 'Sisters of the Moon,' which we haven't done since, like, 1979 and 1980. And it's dark -- 'Intense silence as you walked in the room -- and people are like, 'What does that mean? What does that song mean?' And I'm going, 'That's me. That's me talking to my alter ego, the person that's really having a hard time being a rock star and really kind of longs to just be that caretaker again and be home and have a life."