Stevie’s performance of “Blue Denim” on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (and her entire Street Angel saga) is memorable for a number of reasons. Stevie had recently completed treatment for a debilitating addiction to prescription medication and was thinking clearly again. She finally released her fifth solo recording Street Angel after several delays and attempts to “fix” the album. Despite the tepid critical reception of the album and her own reluctance to promote it, Stevie forged on with the necessary promotion, which included a national tour and requisite TV appearances. Rather than sulk or go through the motions, Stevie gave it her all — busting out the bold costumes, crimped hairstyle, whimsical set designs, and powerhouse vocals that longtime fans wanted her to unleash once again. Not all of the transformations worked out, but her gallant efforts proved to the world, most importantly to her fans, that Stevie Nicks was a rock and roll survivor, Sideshow-Bob hair and all! Perhaps she was channeling the vibe of future drummer Jimmy Paxson…?
Your Hand I Will Never Let It Go (2017)
- REVIEW: Fleetwood Mac rock the Waldbühne stage despite rain Thursday, June 6, 2019Rough translation by Google Translate and DeepL Translator WALDBÜHNE At their only German concert, the mega-band of the Seventies and Eighties plays many hits through 52 years of band history. Berlin — Both arms raised in greeting, Mick Fleetwood flashed a victory sign. A good omen. And in fact, Fleetwood Mac are cashing it in. […]
- Fleetwood Mac kicks off European tour in Berlin Thursday, June 6, 2019The unstoppable Mac opens up European leg at the beautiful Waldbühne Berlin. On Thursday, Fleetwood Mac kicked on the European leg of their current world tour in Berlin, performing at the Waldbuhne Berlin Amphitheatre in Olympiapark. Joining Fleetwood Mac for part of the European tour is Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders, who opened Thursday’s show. […]
- Ken Caillat, Hernan Rojas to publish Get Tusked Friday, May 24, 2019Ken Caillat and Hernan Rojas will dish about the infamous 1978-1979 Tusk recording sessions in the new tell-all book Get Tusked: The Inside Story of Fleetwood Mac’s Most Anticipated Album, out October 15 on the Rowman & Littlefield trade imprint Backbeat Books. Book Description In this behind-the-scenes look at the making of Fleetwood Mac’s epic, […]