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Jacuzzi Boys Share Their All-Time Favorite Fleetwood Mac Songs

Anyone who knows the Jacuzzi Boys knows that Miami's rambunctious kings of glazed-out garage rock are pretty huge fans of Fleetwood Mac. They even named last summer's Saturday night dance party at the Garret after 1979's Tusk, arguably the group's greatest album.

Whether they're chilling at Iggy Pop's, spinning records around the neighborhood, or bringing their high energy live shows across the country (and the pond), you can always count on the Jacuzzi Boys to be somewhere cool, vibing to really great tunes. That's why, in honor of the highly anticipated show coming up at BB&T Center, we asked them to compile a list of their all-time favorite Mac tracks to whet our appetites for next weekend.

Check out Danny, Diego, and Gabriel's top three picks, and don't miss the boys this Friday as they kick off their East to Midwest summer tour at the Fillmore's new mid-sized venue, "Backstage at the Fillmore," in Miami Beach. The show is only 5 bucks, and includes the psychedelic Lake Worth rockers Cop City Chill Pillars and Nerve City.

Danny

3. You Make Loving Fun

2. That's All For Everyone

1. Think About Me

Diego

3. Over & Over

2. Honey Hi

1. Walk A Thin Line

Gabriel

3. The Chain

2. Not That Funny

1. What Makes You Think You're The One

Jacuzzi Boys with Cop City Chill Pillars, Nerve City and DJ Alex Caso, 9 p.m., Friday, May 31, at Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Visit fillmoremb.com.

Fleetwood Mac. Saturday, June 8, at BB&T Center, One Panther Parkway, Sunrise. Tickets cost $35.75 to $145.75 plus fees. Visit FleetwoodMac.com.



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