Stevie Nicks' 2011 album 'In Your Dreams' marked a solid return for the legendary singer-songwriter. But it wasn't a total solo project. Nicks received much help from producer Dave Stewart, the former Eurythmics multi-instrumentalist who's worked with Mick Jagger, Tom Petty and Ringo Starr.
Stevie Nicks sat down for an exclusive chat with Ultimate Classic Rock recently. Among the topics discussed, she mentioned how Nirvana and Foo Fighters star Dave Grohl had a lot to do with her finally completing the documentary ‘In Your Dreams.’
It takes a lot of fortitude to log nearly five decades in a band as infamously tempestuous as Fleetwood Mac, so even though he isn't the most vocal fellow in the group, we know John McVie is a strong person. And according to McVie's longtime bandmate Stevie Nicks, it's that strength that will pull him through his recent cancer scare.
Having lived a very public life for nearly 40 years, you’d think there wasn’t much that we didn’t already know about Stevie Nicks. But today (Dec. 28) we learn that she can officiate weddings. Yesterday she presided over the marriage between singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton and John McCauley, the frontman of indie band Deer Tick.
While she's indisputably a rock 'n' roll legend, Stevie Nicks has never been known for her acting. So what possessed her to play a version of herself on an upcoming episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven'?
From the moment 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy revealed that the latest season of his hit FX series would focus on the lives of a coven of witches, you just knew someone was going to make a Stevie Nicks reference. And as it turns out, Nicks is perfectly willing to play along.
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