Experience the sounds of Fleetwood Mac at Grafton’s Saraton Theatre

Running In The Shadows, Australia’s leading Fleetwood Mac experience, comes to The Saraton Theatre in Grafton.

FLEETWOOD Mac covers band Running In The Shadows is coming to Grafton, performing at The Saraton Theatre on Friday 12 July.

Established in 2002 by Kiwis Gary Stewart and Ursula Cain in New Zealand, Running in the Shadows is now Australia’s number one Fleetwood Mac experience.

From early hits involving Peter Green, through to the Rumours era, spanning up to Tango In The Night and even some of Stevie Nicks’ solo material, their shows deliver something for every Fleetwood Mac fan to enjoy.

The six-piece rock band explores Fleetwood Mac’s extensive back catalogue, covering all the classic ballads, blues and rock songs from their five decade-plus career.

Band co-founder Gary Stewart told News Of The Area, “Running in the Shadows is the longest running tribute to Fleetwood Mac in this country.

“The true Fleetwood Mac fans know we are not them.

“We simply play the music, so it is as close as possible, however our point of difference is our passion and energy, plus getting the crowd involved in the night,” he said.

So, what can Grafton audiences expect to kick off their night of Fleetwood Mac immersion?

“Our opening song is ‘The Chain’, and of course to finish, ‘Go your own Way’.”

Each band member has their own favourite.

“For me it would have to be Dreams,” said Gary, “probably the most well-known song from Fleetwood Mac.”

Based in Sydney, the international act performs every weekend to capacity crowds in some of Australia’s top venues.

“It’s our first time at The Saraton and we cannot wait,” Gary said.

“That is part of the added bonus of playing in this band; being able to visit some amazing regional towns and play in some of the awesome theatres they have to offer.

“I’ve only driven through Grafton, so this time it will be special to be able to stop and stay.

“We always look forward to meeting the locals.”

Audience members who have seen Running in the Shadows in the past have found it hard to believe they were not experiencing the real deal on stage.

“Their show is the ultimate Fleetwood Mac experience besides the real thing,” attendee Elsa Abreu said.

“They make you want to join in their singing and dancing.

“They truly are worth the experience.”


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