Sought-after DS, 24 pages, 8.5 x 13, August 28, 1980. Agreement between Warner Bros. Records Inc., and Fleetwood Mac, in which the latter agree to a seven-year contract deal, during which period the band "agrees to record and deliver…seven albums, consisting of six studio albums and one 'live' album" with the first album to be delivered "on or before October 15, 1981." Signed on the last page in ink or felt tip, "John McVie," "Christine McVie," "Stephanie Nicks," and "Mick Fleetwood," who signs an additional four times below, representing the band's other promotional interests. In fine condition, with multiple staple holes to the upper left corner. The band held up to the agreement to deliver an album prior to mid-October 1981, with Fleetwood Mac releasing Live in December 1980, a double live album consisting of recordings taken from the 1979-1980 Tusk Tour and the Rumours Tour of 1977. Fleetwood Mac was honored as MusiCares Person of the Year at the 2018 Grammy Awards, the first band in the award's history to receive the honor.
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