I wasn't raised with money, so I had to get used to having it. I think I've adjusted to it pretty well.
I'd been virtually doing nothing in the country in 16 years of being a retired lady. Being busy walking my dogs - actually not doing anything very constructive. I made one little solo album in my garage.
I couldn't go anywhere unless there was a security guard with me. That spoiled my life. It was like being in captivity. Those days are gone, and I don't ever want to see that happen to me again. Now I can wander around the streets of Los Angeles on my own. I like it that way.
I dearly remember the old days... Fleetwood Mac had this one-of-a-kind charm. They were gregarious, charming and cheeky onstage. Very cheeky. They'd have a good time.
Anyone I don't know, in my emails or texts, I just delete. If it's someone legitimate, they'll send it again.
Recording 'Tusk' was quite absurd. The studio contract rider for refreshments was like a telephone directory.
I felt very at home in California, but the place is prone to earthquakes, and the one in 1994 scared the life out of me. For months afterwards, I felt that every time I sat down, I should have put on a seatbelt.
Before shows, we rub elbows and growl. It started once when someone had a cold, and we didn't want to hug each other. So we started rubbing elbows. And we don't kiss. We just go, 'Grrrr!'
The 2018 tour is supposed to be a farewell tour. But you take farewell tours one at a time.
I'm rather old-fashioned about this video business. It's all relatively new. We really don't do videos, Fleetwood Mac. We've only done two.
The old Fleetwood Mac was much better; they did some beautiful and, to my mind, very authentic blues. Chicken Shack did pretty well in Europe, but after I left, it was over.
We've always connected musically in Fleetwood Mac because we're the only people who play more than one note. I'm not the best pianist, but I know how to interlace around what Lindsey's playing.
Fleetwood Mac always take a long time to make a record - you know what.
With Fleetwood Mac, it's an amazing chemistry that we have on stage.
I think there's a reason to go off and do something and experiment - splinter off and do something different. It keeps the nucleus of Fleetwood Mac fresh.
Eventually, I had to figure out what the hell I was going to do with my life. I needed to find my way back to Fleetwood Mac.
Stevie Winwood played like I'd never heard anybody play before. It just gave me goose bumps.
I don't know what it is really... I think I'm just good with hooks.
I wanted to restore an ancient house in Kent, and that's what I did. It was a heap - this Tudor building with the beams painted lime green, so hideous. And I had this idea that I'd love the small village life, with the Range Rover and the dogs and baking cookies for the Y.W.C.A. But then it got so boring.
I'm pretty low-key. I travel fairly light, especially on the tour.