Lily Rabe Cuisines on “AHS” and Stevie Nicks
Today, Stevie Nicks has the benefit of hindsight.
In a freshly released interview with The Guardian, the distinguished vocalist assessed the abortion she went through in 1979 after she got pregnant with Don Henley and the effect of that option on the fate of Fleetwood Mac and herself.
” There’s merely no technique that I may have had a kid then, working as difficult as we worked constantly.
” I understood that the music we were going to bring to the world was going to recover so many people’s hearts and make people so pleased. That’s really essential,” Stevie explained.
However, according to the songwriter, that wasn’t the full story behind the track.
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” I had actually began to see Mick Fleetwood romantically.
However, there was a silver lining in the middle of everything: “It was great fodder for composing!” she informed the paper. “The songs poured out of us.”
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