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Fleetwood Mac said Tuesday it's going back on the road for a 34-city tour. But don’t call it a comeback tour, as this band has never gone away. The band attracts fans, celebrities -- even former presidents -- to its sold-out shows, and Stevie Nicks revealed how “Don't Stop” became President Bill Clinton's theme song.

“I just saw Bill Clinton up in Canada and we talked for 15 minutes and he told us the story how he came upon our song 'Don't Stop,'” Nicks told The Huffington Post. “He got into a cab quite a while before he ran for president and ‘Don't Stop’ came on and he said to the cab driver, ‘I really like this song,’ and the cab driver said, 'If you ever run for president this should be your theme song.' And he said, ‘What a great idea.’ And I think he kept in touch with that guy. »

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