“As we get closer to the election, I probably will state who I am for,” she says. Two projects due out this month have, she says, offered a vestige of normalcy: “24 Karat Gold: The Concert,” a cinematic version of her 2017 solo show, and a politically minded new single, “Show Them the Way,” which will be accompanied by a Cameron Crowe-directed music video. Without her makeup artist on hand, it took her three hours to put on her face. The show emphasizes Nicks’ solo career — MTV standards like “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” “Stand Back” and “Edge of Seventeen.” Performing music from her “dark, gothic trunk of lost songs,” she tells the audience, makes her feel like she’s a 20-year-old embarking on a new career. (A CD version comes out Oct. 30; streaming plans for the film have yet to be determined. Endorsement: The Times endorses Hoffman, Anderson, Henderson and Han for LACCD. “Now, if I was even, like, 30 or 40 or 50, I would never use a dating app. Martin Luther King Jr. led her by the arm into a ballroom where John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy and John Lewis were seated, awaiting her.
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Well — I’m not for Trump, so that’s that.”. Legendary rock band Fleetwood Mac reunited for the first time in 16 years for its On With the Show world tour. She considered the possibility. And I really could hear my parents — I could hear my mom saying, ‘Are you really gonna do this for the rest of your life?’ And I could hear my dad saying in his very pragmatic way — because my dad really liked Lindsey —‘I think it’s time for you and Lindsey to get a divorce.’ It’s a very unfortunate thing. That was like Fleetwood Mac doing ‘Tusk’ after ‘Rumours.’ I was very proud of him.”. You go around in circles.". The reconstituted post-Buckingham lineup made it through the recording of Fleetwood Mac's next album, 1990's Behind the Mask, largely without incident but change loomed large on the horizon. Five months after her mom passed, Nicks contracted a head infection. She loves lavish hotel rooms with pianos, a perk Wachtel thinks she’s earned: “She doesn’t have a husband.
She has a personal line that she dances around when it rings, wondering “Who could it be? “This is not the same Stevie Nicks show you’ve seen a million times,” she explains, “because I am different.”, “This is the show where you get to meet this girl, finally,” says guitarist Waddy Wachtel, who served as the tour’s musical director and has known Nicks since 1970. Two years ago, Lindsey Buckingham was fired from Fleetwood Mac and was replaced by Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. Are you setting yourself up with an ax murderer or something?
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Is this going to be a tragedy?” and an emergency line to which her assistant attends. The Times endorses one incumbent and three newcomers for the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees. "I would have to say this is our biggest challenge, in no uncertain terms," Fleetwood said in an interview near the tour's end. That’s why she made such a quick and final decision.” Stevie and Mick both never imagined that Christine would rejoin the band and go on tour, but they welcomed her as if she was family. She has always been a night owl, but has recently become nocturnal, typically going to bed around 8 a.m. She attributes the change in her sleep pattern to the news, which she says she watches constantly. Shoppers say these noise-canceling headphones are so good, they can block out a jet engine—and they're on sale right now. She chose most of her goddaughters at birth — asking their parents if she could fulfill the role — and relishes the way they keep her “totally young and up on everything.” She loves to spoil them all with gifts imbued with meaning, like a pair of pink strappy heels she found at a store in Australia and deemed “Cinderella slippers.”. The YA series is described as a modern take on the hit 1997 horror film. I don’t use this verbiage often but this is a whole vibe. According to Fleetwood, however, it was all idle speculation. Christine said, “I was so warmly and affectionately received back into the band like the prodigal daughter or something.” Check out this video to see how Stevie and Mick are feeling going back on tour in their late 60s, and tune in to “The Insider With Yahoo” for the latest in entertainment news. "At the time that Stevie decided to quit, she hadn't read it.
Fleetwood Mac at the 1978 Grammy Awards, at which “Rumours” won album of the year. "I think we spent more time laughing in the last few years than in prior years.
“But not now. Nicks is speaking from a landline. I find that to be totally desperate,” Nicks says. Fleetwood Mac's publicist at the time insisted it was an amicable split that took place after a "series of very heartfelt conversations," and that both McVie and Nicks seemed willing to contribute to the group's next album. She did get married once, back in 1983, an ill-fated three-month relationship with the husband of her best friend, who had just died of leukemia.
Ron Howard's "Hillbilly Elegy" stars Amy Adams as a woman struggling with addiction and Glenn Close as her mother, navigating family trauma. Her music, Nicks’ dad said, would always consume her. How to vote. She has never gone on stage without some version of this uniform since — save for a stint in the early 2000s, when she hurt her hip and was forced to wear tennis shoes. A look at California’s November ballot propositions. Still, the words stung: “No man would be happy being Mr. Stevie Nicks for very long.” Had he doomed her to a life of solitude simply by speaking the thought into existence?