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Fleetwood Mac guitarist Jeremy Spencer was an early convert to the Jesus movement from the world of British rock. While his conversion was avidly-touted in early Jesus People sources, his involvement with an increasingly marginalized group called the Children of God put him on the outs with the gatekeepers of the fledgling Jesus Music business and kept him from developing into a major figure in the world of Jesus Music.

A sweet, sweet song of salvation: the stars of Jesus rock

An Interview with Jeremy Spencer of Fleetwood Mac: True blues music seems to have a healing quality for the heart.

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Fleetwood Mac Photo for Media and Publishing Licensing from Photofeatures and Chris Walter. Photo of Fleetwood Mac 1969 Peter Green

Founding member Jeremy Spencer abruptly left the group in 1971 to join the Children of God cult. | 19 Things You Might Not Know About Fleetwood Mac

Founding member Jeremy Spencer abruptly left the group in 1971 to join the Children of God cult.

Peter Green founded Fleetwood Mac, naming the group after Mike Fleetwood and Mac (John McVie) so as to get them to join his new band. Jeremy Spencer abruptly left the group in 1971 to join the Children of God cult.

John McVie, bassist of Fleetwood Mac since 1967 when he teamed with Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood, all alumni of John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers.

John McVie, bassist of Fleetwood Mac since 1967 when he teamed with Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood, all alumni of John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers.

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