With a new album, 'In Your Dreams,' coming out on May 3 and high-profile tour with Rod Stewart this summer, we're going to be seeing a lot more of Stevie Nicks in the very near future, particularly on television. Not only will she have a cameo on the NBC sitcom 'Up All Night' on Thursday (March 29), but she'll be working with the remaining nine contestants on 'American Idol' tonight (March 28).
The Welsh Witch herself, the one and only Miss Stevie Nicks, will soon be making a guest appearance on the NBC sitcom 'Up All Night.' Nicks will play herself in an upcoming episode of the series, which stars Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph.
Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks have made quite a nice living for themselves repeating their past glories. So it makes perfect sense to learn that, this summer, the two of them will be reprising their successful arena tour of last year.
Stevie Nicks shot down the longstanding rumors that a biopic about her life and times as the singer of Fleetwood Mac, among other things, is in the works. At an event in Los Angeles last week, the husky-voiced singer clarified things, revealing that there is no film currently planned.
Stevie Nicks says that Prince wanted to collaborate with her on a 10-minute instrumental version of what became his smash hit 'Purple Rain' back in the early ‘80s. However, she was too intimidated to write lyrics for the song, and gave the track back to him to finish on his own.
Bret Michaels has a dream guest list for his next solo effort, ‘Get Your Rock On.’ The Poison vocalist/guitarist hopes to populate the album with guest spots from Def Leppard's Joe Elliott and Phil Collen, as well as legendary singer Stevie Nicks.
Friday morning (Aug. 26) on ABC's 'Good Morning America,' Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks played a handful of songs and teased fans with her thoughts on a possible reunion with the band that first made her famous.
The surprise appearance of Stevie Nicks during Maroon 5’s show at the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday night was a delight for all of those lucky enough to witness it, and a dream come true for frontman Adam Levine.
Steven Tyler and Stevie Nicks are among those paying tribute to Betty Ford, who passed away on Friday (July 8). The one-time First Lady is famous for starting the Betty Ford Center for people battling alcohol and drug addiction.
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