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Born in 1949 in Palo Alto, California, Lindsey Buckingham had an interest in guitar music from an early age, having been influenced by guitar greats such as Chet Atkins. In 1966, his talent and skill as a self-taught guitarist landed him his first job with the San-Francisco-based, psychedelic folk-rock band, Fritz. After five years, he and singer, Stevie Nicks left the band to form a musical partnership, which also became a well-publicized romantic partnership. Musically, it was a mostly unsuccessful venture and a lean four years followed until a chance meeting with Mick Fleetwood of the British band, Fleetwood Mac. Mick had already heard a demo and was impressed by Lindsey's guitar playing to the extent that shortly after their first meeting, he offered him a place in the band along with his girlfriend Stevie Nicks. Great success soon followed. Not only did Fleetwood Mac give Buckingham a much greater level of recognition as a guitarist and songwriter, but, equally, Buckingham and Nicks took Fleetwood Mac to a new level of musical popularity. The album, Rumors, featuring classics such as "Go your own way", written by Buckingham, became, and remains, one of the best selling albums of all time. Other successes followed and by 1981 he also started producing solo work and released the album "Law and Order", the first of many. He left Fleetwood Mac in 1987 and continued with his solo career, only to rejoin 10 years later. Never a show-off guitarist, Lindsey Buckingham continues to be recognized by his peers as a great musician. He is also admired for his modesty because he insists that the music is always more important than the person playing it. The result of that attitude combined with immense creativity is a career that has produced, and continues to produce, music of the highest quality.