Other Fleetwood Mac members — including Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood — have previously taken part in the viral challenge
Nicks, 72, played it a little safer, sitting on a piano bench while cooly lacing her skates with the juice nearby.
Stevie Nicks wrote the lyrics for her new single, "Show Them the Way," exactly three election cycles ago. But in the Cameron Crowe-directed video for the song, when someone is pictured holding up a sign that says "November is coming," it's clear that it's this year's election that's weighing heavy on her mind. "I did […]
"Put me on a ventilator and I will be hoarse for the rest of my life," the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman wrote
In a new message, Stevie Nicks compared Harry Styles' Fine Line to Fleetwood Mac's Rumours, the eighth-highest-selling album in history
New Year's Eve in Nashville featured an all-star celebration from Keith Urban, Stevie Nicks, Jason Isbell and more.
Harry Styles, Stevie Nicks duet and other highlights from the one night only 'Fine Line' show
The 25-year-old glam-pop chameleon and 71-year-old bohemian rock goddess blended their voices on “Landslide," at a special one-off concert Friday.
“I’m never gonna live that one down," said Nicks after accidentally identifying presenter Harry Styles as being from *NSYNC, in one of the night's funniest moments.
How cool would it be to buy your Big Mac at the McDonald’s location in Fleetwood, U.K., from music icon Stevie Nicks, who happens to be one of the members of Fleetwood Mac?
The class of 2019 is a straight-A lineup, featuring luminaries of R&B, post-punk, metal, alternative and glam.
Janet Jackson joins her brother Michael and the Jackson 5 as members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, earning induction on Thursday along with Stevie Nicks and the top fan vote-getter, Def Leppard. Radiohead, the Cure, Roxy Music and the Zombies will also be ushered in next spring at the 34th induction ceremony. It will be held March 29 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019 were announced Tuesday morning: the lineup includes Radiohead, Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks, Rage Against the Machine, the Cure, Devo, Janet Jackson, Kraftwerk, LL Cool J, Roxy Music, Todd Rundgren, John Prine, MC5, Rufus featuring Chaka Khan and the Zombies, according to Rolling Stone. The top vote-getters will be announced in December and inducted March 29th, 2019 […]
During his show at The Troubadour in Los Angeles on Friday, Harry Styles brought out a surprise guest. Stevie Nicks joined him onstage to perform his single, “Two Ghosts,” as well as the classic Fleetwood Mac song, “Landslide,” off the band’s 1975 self-titled LP, and “Leather and Lace” from Nicks’s 1981 solo album Bella Donna. Fans in the audience captured video of their duets. Watch below.
On Tuesday’s “The Late Late Show” with James Corden, Andrew Garfield surprised the audience with a back handspring. James Corden hosted a segment with the feel of a 1970s late night show, called ”Hidden Talents.” Then celebrities, acting as though they were regular Joes, showcased their talents.
A quick scan of Donald Trump‘s campaign for president reveals that things are……not good. Which means that there’s a high probability Hillary Clinton will be celebrating on election night, and Stevie Nicks wants to be there! The New York Times asked Nicks about Fleetwood Mac reuniting to perform “Don’t Stop” at Bill Clinton’s 1993 inauguration and whether she could think of a song to fit Hillary’s campaign. Nicks told the paper that she’d like to sing “Landslide” at Hillary Clinton’s inauguration, backed by an all-star team of people who have covered her solo hit throughout the years.
Fleetwood Mac gave a couple of their mutli-platinum albums the reissue treatment recently, and they've kept some steady momentum going since reuniting in 2014. Part of that momentum has been based on the solo strength of Stevie Nicks. Nicks was the musical guest on America's Got Talent's season finale last night, and she performed Fleetwood…
Steve Nicks discusses how her solo career helps keep Fleetwood Mac stable, and why she can no longer write "sex, rock & roll and drugs" songs.
Prince died this morning at the age of 57. His talent and body of work shaped countless musicians and left an indelible mark on modern music but in addition to his own prolific output, he also contributed to other artists’ work, in ways both big and small, traditional and offbeat. Watch our video to see a sampling of some of these collaborations.
Vanessa Carlton has the cutest little roadie. The piano-playing songstress — best known for her megahit “A Thousand Miles"— is on tour for her fifth studio album, Liberman, when we catch up with her, and it’s the first tour since the birth of her 11-month-old daughter, Sidney.