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Christine McVie was grew up in a musical family. Her father was a professional saxophonist and her brother a jazz pianist.
Christine McVie was a multi-instrumentalist who played keyboards, guitar, and bass, as well as sings.
She had released three solo albums: her debut album in 1984, and two others in 2004 and 2006.
Christine McVie was the only female member of the rock band Fleetwood Mac.
She wrote or co-wrote some of the band's most successful singles, including "Say You Love Me," and "Don't Stop".
Christine was an inductee of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, having been inducted in 2018.
She had a passion for painting and also held numerous art exhibitions.
She was an animal lover, and in the late 1970s she established the Christine McVie Animal Sanctuary in the English countryside.
Christine McVie began playing the piano at the age of 8.
She had collaborated with artists including Sheryl Crow and Bob Seger.
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