Lindsey Buckingham Leaves Fleetwood Mac … Again

For the second time, Lindsey Buckingham, 68, is departing Fleetwood Mac.

The news will have Fleetwood Mac fans going insane! (Image via Warner Bros.)

Buckingham played with the band from 1975 until 1987, left to pursue solo projects, then rejoined in 1997.

The news was first announced by onetime Fleetwood Mac member Billy Burnette, 64, who tweeted that he won't replace Buckingham as he did the first time around:

This grumpy tweet was later deleted. (Image via Twitter)

Buckingham was with the group for all of its biggest albums — including 1977's behemoth Rumours — and all of its most memorable hit singles, including "Rhiannon" (1976), "Go Your Own Way" (1976), "Dreams" (1977), "Don't Stop" (1977), "You Make Loving Fun" (1977), "Hold Me" (1982), "Gypsy" (1982) and all of its '80s hits from Tango in the Night (1987), that lineup's final release.

Some of Buckingham's best solo hits:

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