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Sincere thanks to all our YouTube subscribers and viewers over on our new YT Channel. We're now nearing 20 million views from MAC fans across the world.. just unbelievable. Thanks also for your kind comments and direct messages. Here's a selection of RFM live-stage video's. Perhaps consider subscribing to our channel for exclusive tour and behind scenes footage up ahead.

BIG LOVE from all at Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac.

GOLD DUST WOMAN - RFM LiveStage

Lead Vocals: Jessica Harwood (RFM Concerts)

Original Composition - S.Nicks

As popular a song as Stevie Nicks’ Gold Dust Woman is, it is also one of the most obscure and ambiguous.  Stevie once said that a woman should "never tell all your secrets, that you should never tell everybody all about you.

A very haunting, acrimonious song about bitterness toward a lover and feelings of their power. Also, feelings of stardom and what it does to you, with the drugs, the power, etc. You loose a lot of yourself, and end up "running in the shadows." There is also a line of interpretation that considers the Gold Dust Woman to be cocaine itself.  It rules you; it has a hidden danger lurking in the shadows; it shatters you and challenges you to find your way home.

Please enjoy the fantastic "GOLD DUST WOMAN" RFM video taken from our '40 Years Of Rumours' sold out GATESHEAD show

*Credit: Lyric interpretation by The Penguin

GYPSY - RFM LiveStage

Lead Vocals: Jessica Harwood (RFM Concerts)

Original Composition - S.Nicks

RFM CONCERTS - GYPSY

It is up to all of us to determine our own paths in our lives and that is what Stevie tries to tell us here.  We are the master of our own choices in life, whether they are the right choices are not.  Lightening strikes, maybe once, maybe twice...is a little more difficult to interpret.  Some think the lightening could represent events in one's life; This could be either tragedy or success.  Stevie had to deal with a major tragic event in her life with the death of her best friend Robin, who died from Leukemia.  She also had to deal with the rapid success of Fleetwood Mac.  These events affect one's life and brings about changes whether you wish it or not.  Stevie lost a great support system in Robin and she lost a lot of her freedom with her success, and going back to those "gypsy" days, could be a place of comfort for her.

Please enjoy the fantastic "GYPSY" RFM video taken from our '40 Years Of Rumours' sold out GATESHEAD show

*Credit: Lyric interpretation by The Penguin