For Buckingham, it's coming back home.
ABC7's entertainment reporter Don Sanchez sat down with Buckingham at the Warner Brothers studios in Burbank.
The two talked about how before he had his first guitar, he taught himself to play on a toy Mickey Mouse ukelele, life at Menlo-Atherton High School, where he and classmate Stevie Nicks formed a band that opened for Santana, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin and balancing a solo career with being a member of the legendary group Fleetwood Mac.
Buckingham will play a second Bay Area show Sept. 13 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.
Fleetwood Mac is expected to release a new album and go on tour next year.
THE BACK STORY: Meeting Lindsey Buckingham
ABC7 EXTRA: Lindsey Buckingham, pt. 1: Buckingham on his Bay Area roots and his favorite guitars
ABC7 EXTRA: Lindsey Buckingham, pt. 2: Touring on his own and with Fleetwood Mac and the Sheryl Crow rumor
ABC7 EXTRA: Lindsey Buckingham, pt. 3: On his current album, "Gift of Screws," poet Emily Dickinson and his solo career
ABC7 EXTRA: Lindsey Buckingham, pt. 4: On his career, his family and their role in the creative process
ABC7 EXTRA: Lindsey Buckingham, pt. 5: On music piracy and the changing model of the music industry
RAW VIDEO: Buckingham and Nicks, 1967: Images of Buckingham and Stevie Nicks from the 1967 Menlo-Atherton High School yearbook