Anyone who’s been watching this season of ‘American Horror Story’ knows that Stevie Nicks’ spirit has already been a supporting character on the show, but now she’s expected to appear in the flesh.
Last night (Sept. 25), Christine McVie joined her former bandmates in Fleetwood Mac on stage at the O2 Arena in England for one of her signature songs, “Don’t Stop.” And she wasn’t the only Mac alumni in the house: according to the NME, Peter Green, the band’s original guitarist, singer and leader, was in the audience.
For all intents and purposes, Fleetwood Mac has still got it. They’re currently playing a sold out tour which stopped in Boston back on April 18th. The band also has recently released a 4-song EP, aptly titled Extended Play. Mick Fleetwood spoke with WZLX in Boston yesterday to talk about both the EP and the tour.
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 […]
In a recent sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Nicks once again delved into the break up with Lindsey Buckingham.
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 […]
Based on an overwhelming response to Fleetwood Mac’s recently-announced North American tour, which has already sold over 325,000 tickets, the Mac announced they will be adding 13 more shows.
In the latest webisode from Lady Antebellum, the band unveiled a bit of news. Not only do they (or specifically, Hillary) have a baby on the way, but they also have some new music coming soon.
With the Foo Fighters effectively on hiatus, Dave Grohl and his GRAMMY-winning rock band are still busier than ever.