@danagoldsteinphoto: “Alright, one more of Ste…

@danagoldsteinphoto:
“Alright, one more of Stevie Nicks from last week… I do want to say something for the Stevie fans who find this post – that little pouch hanging off her belt has two knobs, with which she is able to control the volume on her mic. From the edge of the stage, I could see that she was adjusting as she went. So while giving a great performance, vocally, and visually, she was also very much able to step back technically and assess in real time how the vocals were working relative to everything else. She adjusted bc she clearly wanted to present the very best experience possible for the audience, and for me, being able to see that happening, watching her pretty up-close listening and reacting without (literally) missing a beat, gave me a new respect for her as a PROFESSIONAL.”

L’Estaque, Melting Snow by Paul Cezanne // “…

L’Estaque, Melting Snow by Paul Cezanne // “Edge Of Seventeen” by Stevie Nicks

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@stevienicks: “And wouldn’t you love to love her…” #11days until the @rockhall Induction Ceremony! 📸: @justinwysong

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The Sirens by Henrietta Rae // “Hold Me” by Fleetwood Mac

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‘Tusk Tour’ in light colors fo @catinthedrk

Fleetwood Mac’s world keeps turning | The Age

By Michael Dwyer
March 14, 2019 — 11.45pm
The Age

The following is based on a true story. That is to say, there’s just enough reported fact, hearsay and dramatic licence for a really good scene in Rumours: The Fleetwood Mac Story, a future Hollywood biopic doubtless being written by someone, somewhere as we speak.

Scene: Backstage, post-gig, Radio City Music Hall, January 26, 2018.

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Coast Mountain Form by Frederick Horsman Varley // “Nightbird” by Stevie Nicks