Stevie Nicks leads Dave Grohl and the Sound City Players on 'You Can't Fix This,' a song inspired by the death of the Fleetwood Mac singer's godson. The group recently performed a slower, bluesier version of the track from the 'Sound City' soundtrack on 'The Late Show with David Letterman.' It's best experienced live.
As we've been reading about the concerts by the Sound City Players, the supergroup assembled by Dave Grohl to help promote 'Sound City,' his movie about the Los Angeles studio, we've become intrigued by a new song he co-wrote with Stevie Nicks, 'You Can't Fix This.' Last night, the two performed the song on CBS' 'The Late Show with David Letterman.'
Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and Nirvana fame assembled an all-star cast of musicians for his new documentary 'Sound City,' and for the lucky fans in select cities, he has been taking the show on the road with him. Following performances in Park City, Utah, and Los Angeles, the Sound City Players hit New York City for a one-night stand last night (Feb. 13) at Hammerstein Ballroom.
The expanded editions of 'Rumours' -- Fleetwood Mac's career-defining album from 1977 -- is available today, featuring unreleased live and studio recordings from the tumultuous time that surrounded the album's making. For Stevie Nicks, it was yet another chance to relive the drama and pain, something she's done frequently over the years.
Stevie Nicks is another rock performer who has repeatedly admitted her past drug use, specifically cocaine. But a persistent legend holds that the singer developed such a high tolerance for coke that she could only get high by ingesting it directly through her rectum in order to obtain the purest dose -- a rumor that has followed her around so much that she has specifically denied it in public. Rod Stewart, on the other hand, bragged about doing it in hi
As Fleetwood Mac prepare to hit the road again this spring, singer Stevie Nicks doesn't believe they will suffer from the lack of chemistry that bogged down their 2009 tour. In a new interview, she admitted that the band has been known to phone it in, but they have a renewed sense of purpose towards the audience, and each other.