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?
The Stevie Nicks documentary 'In Your Dreams' is having its single-night showing in theaters tonight (April 2). To commemmorate the occasion, Ultimate Classic Rock is giving away a poster of the film's artwork signed by Nicks, courtesy of Abamorama.
A year in the life of legendary Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks is captured in the documentary film ‘In Your Dreams,’ which will debut in American theaters on April 2. But you can get an early look at the film in this exclusive preview from Ultimate Classic Rock.
It's a little weird and unseemly, given how long ago it all went down, but the behind-the-scenes breakups that plagued (and perhaps fueled) Fleetwood Mac's classic 'Rumours' album remain a topic of intense fascination for many -- which is why Stevie Nicks delved once more into the end of her affair with Lindsey Buckingham during a recent sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.
The long-awaited Stevie Nicks documentary 'In Your Dreams' has finally been scheduled for a theatrical release. The film, which records the making of the Fleetwood Mac singer's solo album by the same title, will debut in more than 50 theaters in North America on April 2.
Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac has become the third member of Dave Grohl's Sound City Players to be announced as a performer or speaker at the SXSW Music Conference in Austin, Texas next month. A performance from the all-star band hasn't been officially announced, but it seems as likely as the sun rising.
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.
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