Christine McVie, a well-known vocalist, and musician died on November 30 at the age of 79. McVie’s family announced her death in a statement, saying she died peacefully at a hospital after a brief illness. The family is still asking for privacy as they grieve. Fleetwood Mac also paid tribute to McVie, saying that they were fortunate to have shared so many memories with him. They published the following statement on their official Twitter account:
“There are no words to express how deeply we mourn Christine McVie’s death.” She was truly unique, special, and gifted beyond measure. She was the best musician anyone could have in their band, as well as the best friend anyone could have.”
McVie revealed she had scoliosis in an interview with Rolling Stone earlier this year in June. She mentioned that she was working on her recovery while also trying to get back into shape.
Twitter users pay tribute to Christine McVie.
Christine McVie has become a household name in the music industry as a result of her work with Fleetwood Mac and her successful solo releases in recent years. After fans learned of her death, Twitter was flooded with tributes:
My favorite picture of Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks backstage… the songbirds of Fleetwood Mac
RIP Christine… pic.twitter.com/Pm0B9azLjW
— Myandra Mesmeric🇺🇦Graceless Lady2.0 (@MyandraM) November 30, 2022
— Belinda Carlisle (@belindacarlisle) November 30, 2022
McVie rose to prominence as a singer and keyboardist for the rock band Fleetwood Mac, for whom he wrote a few songs for their albums Rumours and Tango in the Night. McVie was best known as a member of Fleetwood Mac, but she also had a successful solo career. In 2004, she released her first solo album, and she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. She also received two Grammy Awards, as well as other honors such as the BASCA Gold Badge of Merit Award, the Trailblazer Award, and others. McVie’s family members survive her. Until his death two years ago, she was married to musician Eddy Quintela.
Scoliosis: Symptoms, Causes, and Other Information
Scoliosis is a sideways spinal curvature that is common in adolescents and people who have had cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy. Despite the fact that scoliosis is relatively uncommon, it can result in disability. A spinal curve can also reduce the space across the chest and impair lung function. Uneven shoulders and waist, one shoulder blade appearing more prominent than the other, one hip higher than the other, a protrusion of one side of the rib cage, and an imbalance in one side of the back while bending forward are the most common symptoms.
The primary cause of scoliosis is unknown, but hereditary factors play a role in its development. It can be caused by neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, birth defects that affect the development of the bones in the spine, prior surgery on the chest wall as a baby, spine injury and infections, and spinal cord abnormalities. Although it is common in both boys and girls, the latter are more likely to contract it and may require treatment. Scoliosis can cause serious complications such as breathing difficulties, back pain, and physical changes.