A FLEETWOOD Mac tribute band is gearing up to perform at a popular Tendring venue. 

Brentwood Mac is a six-piece amalgamation of some of the finest local musicians who all love the Fleetwood Mac back catalogue.

They are now set to play at the Electric Palace, in King's Quay Street, Harwich. 

The performance will include songs from all eras of the band, from the early Peter Green days with Albatross to solo tracks by Lindsey Buckingham on Go Insane and, of course, Stevie Nicks' Rooms on Fire.

The group was originally formed a few years ago by Lyz Le Fay for a trio of charity gigs. 

Elaine, Brentwood Mac's promoter, said:"Covid unfortunately delayed the project but in 2022 the gigs, which were all sold out, raised £5,000 for local charities.

"After such an enjoyable and successful project and with much encouragement, the band decided to continue in a professional capacity."

Fleetwood Mac, one of the most popular British-American rock bands, was formed in London in 1967 by guitarist and singer Peter Green.

Elaine added: "They meticulously recreate the sound and essence of the original band and their attention to detail in capturing the nuances of each era, ensures an authentic and unforgettable experience for audiences.

"From the haunting vocals of Stevie Nicks to the driving rhythms of Mick Fleetwood, Brentwood Mac pays homage to every member of Fleetwood Mac, delivering a performance that transports audiences back in time.

"Whether you’re a Fleetwood Mac enthusiast or a new listener, Brentwood Mac promises a night of captivating music that’s sure to leave you wanting more."

With songs like Little Lies, Dreams, Rhiannon, The Chain, Gold Dust Woman and many more, the band has a large array of brilliant songs to perform.

Elaine said: "The band is excited to be playing in the Electric Palace in Harwich, which is one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas in the UK."

The event is in support of the Electric Palace Trust.

Doors and bar open at 7pm and the performance starts at 7:30pm.

Tickets cost £18 in advance from electricpalace.com or call 01255 553333.