Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie have been making the rounds promoting their recently released duet album Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie, but their performance on Monday night’s (June 12) Tonight Show was surely their most unusual booking to date.
The songwriting powerhouses behind the long-running band known for spawning 1970s radio hits, divorces and more drama than the Trump White House visited a classroom with host Jimmy Fallon, house band The Roots and a handful of kids from Paul Newman’s SeriousFun Children’s Network camp for kids with serious illnesses to blast through Mac’s legendary hit “Don’t Stop” in the latest edition of the series that has included toy instruments takes from Sia, Adele, Ed Sheeran and Metallica. And, unlike his frowny mien on the cover of the pair’s album, Buckingham’s broad smile said it all.
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Fallon also announced on the show that his 2015 collaboration with Ben & Jerry’s on “The Tonight Dough” ice cream flavor benefiting SeriousFun’s 30 camps and programs around the world surpassed the $1 million mark in fund donated this spring. The performance with the Mac duo was a celebration of that milestone.