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.
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.
2013’s shaping up to be a big year for Fleetwood Mac. The band has plans to release expanded and deluxe versions of their iconic 1977 album “Rumours,” including unreleased session recordings and live performances in celebration of their 35th anniversary.
Stevie Nicks, who attended the “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2” premiere on Monday, is apparently sad to see the series come to an end.
The current rumor involves quite the eclectic mix of genres: the already-confirmed Mariah Carey, rapper Nicki Minaj, country star Keith Urban, and Idol staple Randy Jackson. But what about the icons here? We’ve got a few ideas.
On “CBS This Morning” today (July 11), Nicks confirmed that the ’70s rockers will return to the road in 2013 for a tour with “everybody on board.”
Long considered a universal music star, Rod Stewart is now “universal” in another way. The British singer announced this week that he’s signed a long-term contract with Universal Music Group.
American Idol may have its resident rock legend — Steven Tyler — on the judges’ panel, but Stevie Nicks showed the Idol Top 9 a thing or two as the mentor on last night’s (March […]
The Rumours album, released in February of 1977, represented the most celebrated (and commercially successful era) of [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Fleetwood Mac[/lastfm]’s long career in music. The album went to #1 in both the United States and […]