Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Buckingham undergoes open heart surgery

Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Buckingham undergoes open heart surgery

Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Buckingham undergoes open heart surgery

Lindsey Buckingham underwent open heart surgery that left the former Fleetwood Mac guitarist with damaged vocal cords. Unfortunately, the life-saving procedure caused vocal cord damage, the permanency of which is unclear. "But despite all of this, our gratitude for life trumps all obstacles we have faced at this moment". We feel so fortunate he's alive. "He looks forward to recovery and putting this behind him".

Buckingham's spouse, Kristen, posted a photo of the rock legend in a hospital bed alongside a reveal of the health scare.

All scheduled gigs have been postponed as Buckingham heals.

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Kristen went on to encourage Fleetwood Mac fans to seek preventative care if you have any symptoms or a familial risk of heart disease. "Our thoughts and love go out to Lindsey and his entire family". Buckingham's father died at 56 and his brother at 46 from heart-related illness, according to the post. "We will never forget you. XO".

Fleetwood Mac disputes the allegations made by Buckingham.

The message also alludes to Buckingham's hard year, during which he was sacked from his longtime band after lead singer - and former romantic partner - Stevie Nicks reportedly issued what the guitarist has previously described as a "he goes or I go" ultimatum to the rest of the group.

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Last year, he departed the band once again amid controversy, with Lindsey filing a lawsuit in which he claimed he had lost up to $14 million as a result of being fired from the group.

Last year, Buckingham's lawyer said his band mates had "cut him off entirely" after a disagreement reportedly emerged between them regarding a tour.

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