Fleetwood Mac singer/keyboardist Christine McVie has revealed that she has a new solo project that will be released in the coming months and will feature reworked versions of her best-known songs.
During an interview this past week with Take That singer Gary Barlow on his BBC radio program We Write the Songs, McVie announced that she's "just finished an album," called Songbird, that's due out in June.
She described the record as "a compilation of my biggest hits, but they've all been produced again by [acclaimed British producer] Glyn Johns," adding that the tracks feature strings arranged by Grammy-winning composer and arranger Vince Mendoza, who previously has worked with Joni Mitchell, Sting, Chaka Khan and many others.
Christine noted that among the songs on the album is a "fantastic version" of her 1977 Fleetwood Mac ballad "Songbird," which she said has been recut "with a complete string orchestra and it sounds beautiful."
She also pointed out the the new recordings "sound completely different" from her original versions.
Asked whether she might schedule some concerts in support of the upcoming album, the 78-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer replied, "That I daren't comment on yet! I'm very cagey about things like that."
Christine's last new music project was her 2017 collaborative album with Lindsey Buckingham, which was simply titled Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie.
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