As the girlfriend of Fleetwood Mac's singer and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, Carol Ann Harris was the consummate insider. She was there when Rumours
, the fastest-selling album in history, hurtled the band into superstardom, and kept an audio diary as they went on grueling tours around the world and indulged in incestuous affairs. In this memoir, she captures, in intimate detail, the behind-the-scenes parties, fights, drug use, shenanigans, and sex lives of one of the world's greatest bands.
Carol Ann was Lindsey's consort, muse, and guardian for eight years. She gave Lindsey unwavering support when he adopted a new direction for Tusk, and he could always turn to her when he felt overwhelmed by the animosity the band seemed to thrive on. But as events took a darker turn, and as their relationship spiraled into chaos, so did the band.
Storms recaptures Fleetwood Mac's heyday, presenting a no-holds-barred story told by an intimately connected eyewitness who saw it all. As other stars--Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Dennis Wilson--interacted with the band, Carol Ann watched and took notes, and now presents a dramatic story of passion and chaos, illustrated with never-before-seen photographs. It is the only book that will take you where you've always wanted to go--into the very heart of Fleetwood Mac's storms.