On March 6th, 2002, Sheryl Crow filmed a concert for TV benefiting Breast Cancer Awareness (it aired later that year). She invited the Queen of Rock N Roll (Stevie Nicks, of course!) to perform with her on a few songs. Strong Enough Sorcerer Come On, Come On The Difficult Kind Midnight Rider (Allman Brothers cover) … Continue reading Music Box: Sheryl Crow & Stevie Nicks Live 2002
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year to all the Chiffonheads in all the lands, no matter how you observe the holidays. As Stevie brings us tidings of great comfort and joy every day of every year, I wish the same for you and your loved ones. And, Stand Back, 2013 - because, For What … Continue reading Music Box: Merry Nicksmas!!!!
In a short 1981 interview, Stevie waxes philosophic about her guest appearances during Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' 1981 tour, and the magic of music television. Ah, remember those days... (PS - the audio during this interview was recorded extremely poorly - a sign of the times for the then-fledgling TV network. I tried to … Continue reading Music Box: Stevie Nicks – Wild Thing
**********Stevie Nicks opened her 1998 tour promoting her ENCHANTED box set on May 27, 1998 at the MEADOWS MUSIC THEATRE in Hartford Connecticut. I saw her three times that tour, twice in one week. It was a show that I'll always remember because it's when she introduced her great acoustic trilogy of songs she's never … Continue reading Music Box: Stevie Nicks & Sandra Bernhard on The Enchanted Tour’s Opening Night (Plus Concert Footage)
In paying tribute to one of my Desert Island Discs on the 30th anniversary of its initial release date (July 27, 1981), here is my original review of BELLA DONNA that was written for my school newspaper: STEVIE NICKS - BELLA DONNA Where the wispy fairy/poet/waif we adored - and still do - on FLEETWOOD … Continue reading Music Box: Stevie Nicks…Come In Out Of The Darkness ~ BELLA DONNA Turns 30
***** Dear America. You can keep your musical trash bags like Ke$ha. You can hold dear your atonal warblers like Rihanna (yeah, yeah, I know she’s from Barbados, but made her mark here in the US as a teen). You want your sterile Country music automatons like Carrie Underwood or your tone-deaf milquetoast Country queens … Continue reading Music Box: Adele
***** Too many people underestimate the totality of Christine McVie’s role in the dynasty that is Fleetwood Mac. While many of her songs are FM [and F.M.] classics, the importance of her contributions as an over-all factor is sometimes lost on the hordes of Stevie Nicks fanatics (of which I am one): in the classic … Continue reading Music Box: Christine McVie Live 1983