Christine McPhee, lead singer and keyboardist of Fleetwood Mac, has died

British Christine McPheeRock band vocalist and keyboardist Fleetwood MacAnd his family announced, in a statement, that he died on Wednesday after suffering from a “brief illness.”

The artist, who retired in 1998 but returned to join the band in 2014, died “peacefully” in a hospital this morning, accompanied by her relatives, according to a note posted on her official Facebook page.

Fellow Fleetwood Mac mourned the passing of McPhee, author of hits like Little Lies, Everywhere and Don’t Stop.

There are no words to describe our grief. “A unique, outstanding and immeasurably talented artist,” the band said on Twitter after the death.

“She was the best musician anyone could have in a band and the best friend anyone could have in their life. We were really lucky to have shared life with her.”The statement continues.

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The group, formed in London in 1967 by singer/guitarist Peter Green, pianist/vocalist Jeremy Spencer, drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist Bob Burning, appreciated the “wonderful memories” McPhee left behind.

Born Christine Perfect, the artist changed her last name when she married bassist John McPhee, who joined Fleetwood Mac after passing through the group John Mayall and the Blues Breakers.

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