WATCH: Fleetwood Mac Pays Tribute To Tom Petty As Tour Starts In Tulsa

Fleetwood Mac kicked off their first tour since the recent departure of Lindsey Buckingham tonight in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with a 24-song set that showcased both the band's storied history and its two newest members.

If you were expecting longtime bassist John McVie to serve as the evening's host, well ... no. Instead and quite more logically, Stevie Nicks took the master of ceremonies role on most occasions, warmly greeting the crowd after the opening "The Chain" and establishing herself as first among equals with particularly strong performances of songs including "Black Magic Woman" (a 1968 Peter Green-fronted single later made famous by Santana), "Rhiannon" and "Gold Dust Woman."

FIND THE SET LIST HERE

Return of the Thousand Dollar Payday!
Return of the Thousand Dollar Payday!
Return of the Thousand Dollar Bribe!

title

Content Goes Here