Fleetwood Mac‘s Mick Fleetwood is to host a series of TV specials titled 24 Hours With Mick.
The concept sees the drummer spending a full day with his interviewee, during which they will have one-on-one conversations and partake in activities. Guests will be friends and colleagues of the veteran rocker from the fields of music, entertainment, technology, politics, art, architecture and more, reports Billboard.
The show will be filmed in a variety of locations, from his home in Hawaii to cities around the world while on tour with Fleetwood Mac. It has not yet been confirmed when the TV specials will air.
Fleetwood Mac are soon to tour with returning member Christine McVie for the first time in 16 years. The band will be heading out on a North American tour with McVie, who revealed that she would be rejoining the band at the beginning of the year. The 34-date tour begins in Minneapolis on September 30 and finish in Tampa on December 20.
Fleetwood Mac have also said that they will be recording a brand new album with McVie. Speaking to Maui News, Mick Fleetwood of the band said that McVie had been writing new songs for the group, and they would be recording together this month.