Anyone who has seen the excellent Rumours of Fleetwood Mac on previous tours would have been forgiven for feeling a degree of trepidation as a new look line-up took to the stage at the Tivoli last night.
However any worries of a deterioration in quality would soon have dissipated as they broke into Second Hand News before charging through the 45 million selling Rumours album to mark its 40th anniversary.
The seven-piece were close to flawless on their run-through of the album, rounding off the first set with the stunning Silver Springs.
The second-half kicked-off even further back than the Rumours album, with songs from the Peter Green era. Albatross, Black Magic Women and Oh Well all featured as the energy in the audience started to build.
In a stunning performance on vocals Jess Harwood managed to sound more like Stevie Nicks than Stevie Nicks does nowadays. Scott Poley on guitar was another stand-out.
Closing out with Big Love and the anthemic Tusk barely an audience member was left seated.