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Lindsey Buckingham is a popular American guitarist and singer for the musical group Fleetwood Mac. In the span of his career he has also done some independent recording since he first became a member of Fleetwood Mac. Lindsey's first forays into guitar playing took place on a toy Mickey Mouse guitar, playing along to his brother Jeff's extensive collection of 45s. Noticing his talent, Lindsey's parents bought their son a $35 Harmony guitar.

Surprisingly Buckingham never took guitar lessons and does not read music. By the age of 13, he became interested in folk music and, influenced by banjo methods, practiced the finger picking styles of The Kingston Trio. At 15 he he was a member of a local folk group as vocalist and guitarist.. Lindsey met Stevie Nicks while they both attended Menlo Atherton High School, and later formed The Fritz Rabyne Memorial Band with her and three other friends. Lindsey's finger picking style gave him difficulty playing rock guitar, and he was transferred to bass. After gaining popularity at Menlo-Atherton High School, "Fritz" became a popular local act and even opened for such acts as Santana, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin.

After cutting some demos with Fritz for producer Keith Olsen, Lindsey and Stevie struck out on their own, and Fritz disbanded in 1971. Lindsey and Stevie became an item, dropping out of San José State to pursue a career making music together. His illness forced Stevie to begin waiting tables and cleaning houses to support the couple, while allowing Lindsey the free time to master his guitar techniques even further. In 1972, after an year efforts, Buckingham and Nicks to record seven demos. After recording the demos on an analog 4-track, the two drove to Los Angeles to get a record deal. In 1973, the pair was signed by Polydor Records. The album, Buckingham Nicks, was released in September of 1973; soon after its release, Polydor Records dropped Nicks and Buckingham due to poor sales.

In 1981, Lindsey released his first solo album Law and Order, playing nearly every instrument and featuring guest appearances by bandmates Mick Fleetwood and Christine McVie. The albumclimbed the hit single "Trouble" which reached #9 on the US Charts. Two years later he wrote and performed the songs "Holiday Road" and "Dancin' Across the U.S.A." for the film National Lampoon's Vacation. "Holiday Road" was released, but reached only #82 on the Billboard's Hot 100.

In 1984, he ended a seven year relation withCarol Ann Harris, and released his second solo album Go Insane. The title track was a modest hit, reaching #23 on the Hot 100. the following year, he performed on USA for Africa's fund raising single, We Are the World. In 1992, newly elected president Bill Clinton invited Fleetwood Mac to come together to perform the song he had chosen for his campaign, "Don't Stop", at his inaugural ceremony. Lindsey agreed to be part of the performance, but the experience was something of a one-off for the band, who were still very much at odds with one another and had no plans to reunite officially.
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Lindsey recently contributed the song "Shut Us Down" to the soundtrack of the Cameron Crowe movie, Elizabethtown. In November of 2005, he released his Soundstage performance on DVD, and on his 57th birthday, October 3, 2006 an acoustic album entitled "Under the Skin" is scheduled to be released. The album will be accompanied by a 22-city tour of North America, starting in Atlanta, Georgia three days after the album's release, and finishing in mid-November.

"Under The Skin" will be followed in 2007 by an album which will focus more on "electric guitar-driven rock". "Under The Skin" features Buckingham on almost all instruments, with the exception of two tracks which feature Fleetwood Mac rhythm section John McVie and Mick Fleetwood. The album, which has already garnered the label "pop masterpiece" prior to its release[citation needed], includes a cover of the vintage Jagger/Richards classic "I Am Waiting".
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