“I believe that if you close your eyes and see yourself up on that stage, being bigger than life, you become that person with that big, really good attitude,” Nicks told the ladies of Haim.
The album, which follows up Nicks’ 2011 album In Your Dreams, was co-produced by Dave Stewart and Wendy Watchel.
Nicks also discusses the time a doctor told her that just one more line of cocaine would likely end her life.
Stevie Nicks returns this fall with a new album, her first solo release since 2011’s In Your Dreams.
Stevie Nicks has a new album on the way, but it’s actually not that new.
For Stevie Nicks fans, 2014 has already been an exceptional year. Not only has Fleetwood Mac reunited with Christine McVie for a tour, the band is reportedly also working on new material. And incase you wanted more Nicks, she’s putting the finishing touches on her solo album.
This Week In History: Simon And Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson” Had Multiple Versions Before The Hit Single
The music history books are vast and full of interesting bits of knowledge. “Big” Jay Sorensen gives you a recap of the biggest and most interesting music news from the week; something from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s
This week, Big Jay highlights “Mrs. Robinson” and its beginning on The Graduate soundtrack, Roberta Flack’s GRAMMY winning song, “The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face,” and the unique history of Blondie’s “Call Me.”
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used to be a drunken, freewheeling event that would stretch to all hours of the night, today it is an arena rock spectacle stunning moments that won’t soon be forgotten.
“Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” isn’t the same without Tom Petty, though.
Fresh off her gig on American Horror Story and right before she heads on tour with Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks is teaming up with Lady Antebellum.