There will be a new album from Fleetwood Mac when -- or if -- Stevie Nicks is able to commit songs she's written for the band and not her solo album. That's according to Lindsey Buckingham, who recently said the group's recording future depend on Nicks.
After more than a decade of relative stability and huge commercial success, Fleetwood Mac entered a period of constant flux during the late '80s. Guitarist Lindsey Buckingham left the band in 1987, and while he was quickly replaced by Rick Vito and Billy Burnette, his departure was only the first of several to take place over the next few years.
'CMT Crossroads' has facilitated a series of entertaining collaborations between rock and country artists, and for the show's latest trick, they've hooked Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks up with Lady Antebellum.
You would think being a member of Fleetwood Mac would mean that you could buy pretty much any boat you wanted. But according to one Massachusetts man, his recent arrest for the theft of a ferry is all Stevie Nicks' fault.
Stevie Nicks first came to prominence when she teamed with Lindsey Buckingham, with whom she recorded the 1973 'Buckingham Nicks' album, which in turn led directly to the duo joining the ranks of Fleetwood Mac. Nicks kicked off her solo career with the release of 1981's 'Bella Donna,' an album remembered as much for its collaborations -- including 'Stop Draggin'
Released June 10, 1983, Stevie Nicks' 'The Wild Heart' featured an appropriately named song: 'Nothing Ever Changes.' On her second solo album, the Fleetwood Mac chanteuse played to her strengths -- and, in keeping with her status as one of the '80s biggest stars, she sold millions.
You can give 'Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams' this much: From the start, you know what you're in for. The documentary opens with almost three minutes of people talking about how much they love the singer and what a genius she is. What else do you need to know?
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