'I could teach voice now.'
Singer and songwriter Stevie Nicks talked about her life as a career muscian. She opened up about how she worked with famous artists Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, and Joining Fleetwood Mac.
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Nicks would continue with the group to this day, recording eight albums, while also recording eight solo albums, including the 2014 release, "25 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault."
John Blackstone from CBS news sat down with Stevie to discuss her relationship with Fleetwood Mac and how her tour is currently going.
John Blackstone: You're a better singer now than you were in the 1970s, Stevie.
Stevie Nicks: So much better. So much better. I'm really trained. I could teach voice now.
Blackstone: Mick said, "As much as Stevie said she'd like time off, that girl just keeps workin'." You got a new album comin' out. You're doin' this tour. You can't stop. You don't wanna stop.
Nicks: You know what? It's kind of like, what else would you do? This is my job. This is what I've been doing since I was a senior in high school, and I joined my first band with, you know, three girls and five guys [singing] Bob Dylan songs.
And I learned to play the guitar, not very well, but well enough to play for my mom and dad and convince them that I was gonna be a singer. And so it's what I do. I enjoy it. I think I would be probably better served to take a little bit of a break once in a while. The last time I actually had a real vacation was 2008. And I went to Mexico for three months. And I should do that every once in a while.
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But it seems that every time I almost get to booking that trip -- we were not supposed to come back out on the road this year. And then Christine called and said, 'I'm back.' And then all of a sudden, shows went on sale and sold out in the beginning of February. So there was no time for that. So I kind of look at it as, well, I guess it's better to have a job than to not have a job!