For all intents and purposes, Fleetwood Mac has still got it.
Fleetwood Mac is making good on their promise to release new songs. They’ve just released an EP, cleverly titled Extended Play, on iTunes. The band has been performing one of their new songs, “Sad Angel” on their current tour.
Fleetwood Mac kicked off their 50-stop North American tour in Columbus, Ohio last night by delivering a mix of their biggest hits, a few unexpected gems from their decades-spanning career… and an announcement of a forthcoming EP.
Stevie Nicks fans, take note: for one night only, April 2, you can catch a new documentary on the Fleetwood Mac singer. In Your Dreams, follows the making of Stevie’s latest album of the same name. The man behind the album, musician and music producer, solo artist, and member of the Eurthymics, Dave Stewart, talked to Jack-FM Seattle’s Lee Callahan about working with Stevie on both the film and the album.
In a recent sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Nicks once again delved into the break up with Lindsey Buckingham.
More than thirty years into an incredible career, Stevie Nicks seems busier than ever. On April 2, there’s a documentary film on the making of her latest album, In Your Dreams. Two days later, Fleetwood Mac kick off their latest tour in Columbus, Ohio. A tour that follows-up her recent string of dates with Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players.
Considering he gets to hang with his idols all day, Dave Grohl has a pretty cool life. Most recently, he’s been playing shows with his Sound City Players, featuring Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen and Rick Springfield.
When it came to the making of her 2011 album, In Your Dreams, Stevie Nicks said, “Sometimes good things take a long time.” The same could be said of the forthcoming Nicks documentary, filmed during the making of In Your Dreams, but the wait is over.
Rock’s white-winged-dove, Stevie Nicks chronicles the recording of her 2011 solo album, In Your Dreams, in the documentary, also called In Your Dreams. Former Eurythmics legend, Dave Stewart produced the album at her home-studio, and also directed the documentary. The film will screen at Austin, Texas’ South by Southwest Interactive, Film, and Music Festival Thursday, March 4.
“This Neve board, this… is not my world. Engineers who spend hours on the kick drum (sound)? Please! I would rather have a blood transfusion!” This is part of a rather unlikely conversation between Barry Manilow — perennially the least-hip singer — and head Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, who can seemingly get any rock legend on the phone.
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