Sunday, October 21, 2012

LISTEN: INTERVIEW with Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac and Mike Ragogna


IN YOUR DREAMS w/ Stevie Nicks
Mike Ragogna interviewed Stevie Nicks on his show Mike Ragogna's 2.0.  It first aired October 18th and will air again this Tue, Oct 23rd (8:00 am - 9:00 am) but it's now available to stream or download at 100.1 FM KRUU.  He spoke with Stevie about her new documentary "In Your Dreams - Stevie Nicks" plus music in general.  The interview is about 23 minutes long.

LISTEN NOW:
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This interview preceded the Huffington Post interview that Mike posted back on October 4th.

In Your Dreams Documentary Premieres at Hampton's: Chatting With Stevie Nicks
Huffington Post Interview

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why do interviewers never ask more INTERESTING questions???? Ask about the 80's stuff! Stevie repeats the exact same stories, almost verbatim, over and over and over.

Ask about future projects! Ask about how her family is doing after Barbara's death. Ask about the DVD release of the documentary. Hell, ANYTHING is better than the questions she's been asked in the last few weeks!

Anonymous said...

I so agree with you!!! These interviewers act like they have no clue who she really is. Totally boring!

Anonymous said...

I'm so in agreement!!! I've been a fan of Stevie and the Mac since I was 14. I'm about to turn 45 and still a fan. And the questions I would ask are just what was mentioned. I want to know if other Mac members reached out when her mom died; if they celebrate each other bdays or send flowers, etc. or a day in the life of kind of question. The same stories are getting old and older...

Anonymous said...

Maybe Karen or whoever from Stevie's camp give a list of questions to the interviewer that they can only ask, hence always the same questions. Maybe its not the interviewers fault, but come on what if they did ask a random different question, what is Stevie going to do hang up on them or walk out???

Anonymous said...

I think you're right. I think Karen submits the questions and they have to stick with that.

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