Mick Fleetwood has inked a deal for his own interview show, called 24 Hours With Mick, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Details as to where the show will air will soon be announced, with the program "featuring one-on-one conversations and adventures with an array of his friends and colleagues (with Fleetwood spending) a day with each guest probing their thoughts, interests and ideas."
The Reporter posted: "The series will showcase an eclectic lineup of interview subjects from a diverse array of fields, including music and entertainment to technology and politics, art, architecture and more. Each subject will be hand-picked by Fleetwood as someone he admires and whom he is fascinated (by)."
Among the 24 Hours With Mick producers is James Deutch, best known for NBC’s Fashion Star, CNBC’s Conversations With Michael Eisner, and Bloomberg Television’s Tech Stars.
Mick Fleetwood is currently working with Fleetwood Mac -- including Christine McVie -- in the studio prepping some new studio tracks, which hopefully will be released in time for the band's fall tour. He credits Fleetwood Mac's fans for being responsible for them still being a top draw live act: "They're so loyal. There is a modicum of people out there that are very aware of the changes that this band has been through. In fact, it's part of our legacy, the fact that we have changed with the times and brought the band forward, changed it musically, and -- somewhat unbelievably -- have held an audience during that journey."
Fleetwood Mac kicks off its 2014 dates on September 30th at Minneapolis, Minnesota's Target Center.