As the Tribune's Greg Kot puts it, "the Jay-Z and Beyonce of the '70s" hit Chicago on Saturday for a sold-out show at the United Center.
Led by Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac played their first of two shows in the Chicago area this year with a set that relied largely on hits from some of the band's most iconic, decades-old albums: "Rumours," "Tusk" and their self-titled 1975 album.
Photographer Joshua Mellin was on hand for the show and shared some great shots with HuffPost.
Ahead of the show, a number of Chicago musicians spoke with Time Out Chicago about their favorite songs from the hugely influential band.
Fleetwood Mac return to the Chicago area on June 14 for a show at Allstate Arena.