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The Lindsey Buckingham-less Fleetwood Mac kicked off their tour in Tulsa on Wednesday night, rocking out 24-songs covering their early days, plus a few surprises courtesy of the newest members.

Reaching into their back catalog, Fleetwood Mac broke out “Oh Well”, “Tell Me All the Things You Do, “Hypnotized,” and a song made famous by Santana, “Black Magic Woman.”

Replacing Buckingham is Neil Finn who pulled out “I Got You” from his Split Enz days, followed by a duet with Stevie Nicks on Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over.”

Also filling Buckingham’s shoes, Mike Campbell from The Heartbreakers, who launched into Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin'” for the encore with Nicks on vocals.