BY Madison N Nunes
on Feb 12, 2015
Courtney Love played the stand alone Elle Dallas on the last episode of Empire. Despite the character's nod to some of the singers own problems, Courtney admitted to channeling her inner Mariah, Whitney, Winehouse and Stevie Nicks to conquer the roll (all women we love). Will our rock and roll it-girl be putting her pipes to use? Hell yes! We can expect to see Love doing an original song on next week's episode. Until then, check out this clip from "Out, Damn Spot" which aired earlier week.
Empire is on hiatus, but will continue to air Wednesdays at 9/8c on FOX. Read More
It's a damn shame that women still feel any sort of external pressure to procreate, especially when it's a totally independent decision. Yet, here we have a few dozen paparazzi and interviewers demanding an explanation from twenty-five female celebrities sans children. Zooey Deschanel had us all nodding with her quick rebuttal to the question: “I'm not going to answer that question. I'm not mad at you for asking that question, but I've said it before: I don't think people ask men those questions. Read More
This summer, Stevie Nicks announced that she would be releasing a solo LP ‘24 Karat Gold – Songs from the Vault’ and boy were we excited. The LP is composed of songs that Nicks’ wrote between 1969 and 1987, and was inspired after finding original bootlegs on YouTube.
“Each song is a lifetime. Each song has a soul. Each song has a purpose. Each song is a love story," Nicks said. "They represent my life behind the scenes, the secrets, the broken hearts, the broken hearted and the survivors. Read More
on Jul 14, 2014
There are tons and tons of ultra talented divas that have helped to revolutionize the music industry, from Aretha Franklin to Madonna, to Billie Holliday, to Queen Bey, but very few of these stellar vocalists are actually responsible for writing their own music or lyrics. Of course, out of hundreds of songs, a few can be attributed to the actual singer, such as Aretha Franklin’s “Think” (about whatcha tryna do to me), but like so many other great singers, most of her songs are not her own. Read More
BY Brittany Allen
on Mar 27, 2014
Some excellent Secondhand News for your Thursday doldrums (teehee): Christine McVie is re-joining Fleetwood Mac. Then, Fleetwood Mac is going back into the studio– the same studio, in fact, where they recorded Tusk in 1979. Then, they're going on an American tour. U.S. dates begin this September. This is not a drill, ladies.
Keyboardist/singer McVie (who we can thank for various top ten hits, like Don't Stop) is the last to re-join history's most gossipy band. Read More
BY Brittany Allen
on Feb 07, 2014
Though these days, it's almost difficult to imagine a world B.B. (Before Beyonce...), in honor of a news day so indebted to women who rock, yours truly has trawled the internet for lasting evidence of the power in a live performance. As MTV becomes a fond footnote in music history, as drum machines and auto-tune close in on the once-holy territory of the epic ballad, as Lady Gaga dons meat and Miley rides demolition equipment (I am clearly behind the times...) – take a moment to remember a few greats from the vast pantheon of amazing lady rock n' rollers. Read More
BY Kat Hamilton
on Nov 19, 2013
If you were like me and you danced around your bedroom in a silk robe listening to “Gypsy” at age 14, this should be good news for you: the Stevie Nicks documentary “In Your Dreams” is coming out on DVD December 3rd.
From what I gather from the preview, the documentary follows her current journey back into music and touches upon her famous past. Mick Fleetwood, Lindsey Buckingham and Dave Stewart also make cameos in the film. The documentary was directed by Stevie Nicks and Dave Stewart—just some of the many reasons Fleetwood Mac fans should see it. Read More
BY Kat Hamilton
on Nov 12, 2013
The third season of American Horror Story is in full swing, bursting with witchy awesomeness. All of you “Coven” fans out there are going to be psyched to know that Stevie Nicks is scheduled to make an appearance on the show. I repeat: the goddess herself will be making an appearance on American Horror Story, officially improving television forever. Ryan Murphy tweeted the news this morning and I practically squealed in excitement.
One of the central characters, Misty Day (played by Lily Rabe), is a shoo-in for Stevie Nicks with her wild blond hair and ferocious confidence. Read More
BY Alanna Vagianos
on Sep 18, 2013
The Queen of Rock & Roll herself – Stevie Nicks – praised Queen Bey this past Sunday saying, “Beyoncé’s great. She’s got her alter ego [Sasha Fierce], but Beyoncé the girl, the woman, is very sweet and nice and polite. She’s a good role model. She’s not skanky. I’m glad we have her.”
Nicks originally met Beyoncé in 2001 during the recording of the pop anthem and (more importantly) theme song to my life, Bootylicious. The song samples Nicks’ 1981 hit, Edge of Seventeen. Read More
BY Katrina Pallop
on Dec 04, 2012
This past summer, Fleetwood Mac warmed our collective heart cockles when they announced that they’d be reuniting for a smattering of shows in 2013. The promise of a few shows was enough to set Fleetwood Mac fans a-tweaking, but the reality has turned out to be even sweeter. The band will tour a full 34 cities this go-around, beginning April 4th in Columbus, Ohio.
It’s only been three years since the band last hit the road, but excitement for the upcoming tour is already skyrocketing among fans. Read More