Category: 2011

Stevie photographed by Dave Stewart – 2011.

Stevie photographed by Dave Stewart – 2011.

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Happy birthday, Rod Stewart!

Annabel Lee by Edmund Dulac // “Annabel Lee” b…

Annabel Lee by Edmund Dulac // “Annabel Lee” by Stevie Nicks

Stevie photographed by Neal Preston – 2011.

Stevie photographed by Neal Preston – 2011.

Bankers In Action by Remedios Varo // “One Tak…

Bankers In Action by Remedios Varo // “One Take” by Lindsey Buckingham

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‘In Your Dreams Tour’, Las Vegas, NV – October 15, 2011.

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September 18, 2011: Stevie arrives at Entertainment Tonight’s 15th Annual Emmy party in Los Angeles, CA.

Stevie photographed by Dave Stewart – 2011.

Stevie photographed by Dave Stewart – 2011.

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In Your Dreams Tour

“Sometimes when I write a song, I’ll just writ…

“Sometimes when I write a song, I’ll just write the first two verses and the chorus, and in my head I know I still have to write another verse, and maybe I’ll do that down the line a couple weeks later or maybe even a month or two later, but it’s very set in stone because—I always have a tape recorder going, and usually the first time, if I’m singing [sings] “Now there you go again, you say you want your freedom /who am I to keep you down?”—I’m not changing that. And I know it. The second it comes out of my mouth, I’m like “Oh, that was good.” So I have a little overhead lightbulb thing that goes off, so then I’m never going to go back and change that even though a good example is Don Henley—I was going out with Don Henley when I was writing “Dreams,” and it says [sings], “When the rain washes you clean, you’ll know.” Well, he didn’t like that [sings]“washes you” [accent on “es”], and he wanted me to go, “When the rain washes you clean” [accent on “wash”]. And I’m like, “No, I don’t like it.” [laughs] And he’s like, “Well, wash-ES doesn’t sound good,” and I’m like, “Well, wash-ES is the way it’s gonna be.” So then you start getting into that with somebody, and we’re talking an ego [of] a fantastic songwriter here. So I’m arguing with Don Henley over this, you know? That’s why I really stayed away from writing songs with other people.”

Gold Dust Woman: A Q&A With Stevie Nicks | American Songwriter – September 1, 2011. Photograph by Kristin Burns.