Stevie Nicks Talks About Her Wild Past

Posted: Sep 30 2014, 6:39am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Stevie Nicks Talks About Her Wild Past
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Stevie Nicks talks about when she was pregnant with Don Henley’s child and she has also shared some of her craziest stories.

Stevie Nicks has never been a role model and this is why people tried to avoid her in the 80s and 90s. A doctor once told Stevie Nicks that if she did one more line of cocaine, then she might have a brain hemorrhage.

Since then it has been 30 years and we still see Stevie Nicks. Now Stevie has many stories to share with her fans and a lot of them are wild stories. She once admitted that she was sitting on the LA Pacific Palisades and was looking into the ocean.

She thought that she saw angel wings. Stevie said that the wings were so beautiful that she wanted to take a picture of those wings. Later she realized that those weren’t wings but in fact it was smoke that came from the burning boat.

Stevie always saw beauty in disaster and we can clearly see it in her past. The Fleetwood Mac album from 1977 is still the most elegant album ever made. Apart from being elegant, that album is also one of the most savage albums ever made.

There was a romantic crossfire between Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. These two joined the British group. She later had an affair with the band’s sound engineer Mick Fleetwood.

She has written some new songs in her album 24 Karat Gold which is due on 7th October. After the release of her new album, she will play with Fleetwood Mac in the Madison Square Garden.

She is doing the “On With The Show North American “concerts and these concerts will continue till December. The group had to cancel their concerts a year ago when Christine McVie had cancer treatment.

In her new album 24 Karat Gold, we will be hearing tracks that she wrote in the 60s and the 70s. But people are wondering that why it has taken her so much time to write the songs. She said that “Cathouse Blues” was written in 1969 and “Lady” was written in 1971.

But Stevie told Billboard in an interview that "This album was made very fast. When [John McVie] got cancer, we had to cancel our tour of Australia. I had some free time, and I thought, 'Maybe I should make a record.'

"All over the Internet, there are songs I wrote but never released, and people keep saying, "Why don't you record these songs for real?" I'd never had time to do that. Now I had an empty, precious three months."

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