Christine McVie, the British artist known as part of the Fleetwood Mac band, died today (Wednesday) at the age of 79.
McVay, who was one of the group's vocalists and keyboardist, has been responsible for writing some of their biggest hits since she joined in 1971.
Among the songs, Frit also covered Don't Stop, which became associated with Bill Clinton's presidential campaign in 1992, due to the fact that he spoke about the optimism of the future - a motif that Clinton was able to ride all the way to victory, among other things, by playing the song at election rallies.
McVeigh left the band in 1998 but rejoined in 2014. Her original name was Christine Perfect.
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