Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie will turn 80 next year, and she recently told ‘Rolling Stone’ that she's "thought about" writing her memoir. Christine said, "I don’t know. It would have to be funny, and that would require my brother being involved. I wouldn’t want to have a dark, depressing story. No, it would have to be with a sense of humor."
When asked if she sees her life as "dark and depressing," McVie said, "No, not at all. It’d be very easy to lean that way if you wanted to, but I never got depressed by it."
On the topic of the rumored Fleetwood Mac bio-pic, Christine said, "I’ve not heard about that. So I wouldn’t know."
Christine did say a memoir or a movie would have less drama than fans might expect. She said, "There weren’t that many fights. When you think about it, we really did not fight that much. There were moments when it got a bit beefy, but all in all we got on really quite well."
Christine also said that even though Stevie Nicks allegedly pushed for Lindsey Buckingham to be dismissed from the band, she doesn't think they're "enemies anymore, but they just don’t hang out. I mean, there is, I think, a certain peace that they have now, but you’d have to ask them."
Christine is releasing Songbird (A Solo Collection), an album of previously unreleased and reworked recordings, today on Mick Fleetwood's 75th birthday.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]