Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Buckingham undergoes open heart surgery

Lindsey Buckingham's vocal cords damaged after emergency heart surgery

Lindsey Buckingham performs with Fleetwood Mac during the Musi Cares Person of the Year event on Jan. 26 2018

Fleetwood Mac hero Lindsey Buckingham has been forced to undergo emergency open heart surgery - a procedure that has now put his music career in jeopardy.

Elsewhere in the note, she says that Buckingham suffered some vocal cord damage in the midst of the health crisis. Our thoughts and love go out to Lindsey and his entire family. But despite all this, our gratitude for life trumps all obstacles we have faced at this moment.

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"We feel so fortuante he's alive. As does he. He looks forward to recovery and putting this behind him", she added. 'If anyone is experiencing even the mildest of symptoms we encourage you to seek the care of a physician. It's with great relief and thankful hearts that we report the surgery was successful in its objective.

Buckingham last played with Fleetwood Mac at a Grammy MusiCares event in NY in January 2018 when the famously dysfunctional British-American band were happily celebrated by their peers. Despite being the band's lead singer and guitarist throughout their heyday and their latest reunion tours, he was allegedly kicked out of the band in 2018.

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As a solo artist, Buckingham has released six studio albums and has recently embarked on a promotional tour for his new three-disc set "Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham".

Fleetwood Mac fired Buckingham from the band last spring, replacing him with Neil Finn and Mike Campbell, formerly of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers.

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