Monday, March 18, 2013

SNEAK PEAK: Oprah's Master Class with Stevie Nicks Sunday 10/9c on OWN


Stevie Nicks - Master Class
Watch Oprah's Master Class with Stevie Nicks on Sunday, March 24, at 10/9c on OWN.
You don't want to miss this!

Singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks discusses her mother's death, her legendary musical partnership with Lindsey Buckingham, and Fleetwood Mac. Plus, Stevie opens up about the mistakes she has made, including marrying her friend's husband and her battle with drug addiction.

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gave me goosebumps. That's a good thing!

Jared Del Rey said...

Can't wait to see this on Sunday night! Gives me something to majorly look forward to!

Anonymous said...

That blouse is usually kind of hideous, but it photographed so well on OWN! Now I want one!

Anonymous said...

so tired of the drug stories.
snooze...

addiction is only entertaining/compelling/engaging for so long.
for sober people it becomes boring really fast.

i'd rather hear about the music. not interested in stevie nicks because of her addictions. she needs to learn that this is now a tired cliche. we all know a drunk or an addict. but most of us have never met a gifted singer/songwriter.

Anonymous said...

The still shot makes her look like a marionette.

Anonymous said...

I think Oprah tends to focus on the sensational parts of people's lives rather than delving deeper into their creative lives and perspectives. That's what I took from Stevie's brief appearance on Oprah's show in 2011. Stevie could have talked about many things, but Oprah seemed to focus on her experience as a womaN in rock and roll and her drug abuse. I believe that Oprah wants to teach lessons to people, but I'm afraid she's stuck on the same basis lessons and doesn't get to the uniqueness of people, at least in what I've seen. Maybe there will be more to this interview because it's the full hour, but the preview could have been more enlightening.

Anonymous said...

Oprah tends to stick with stories about people overcoming obstacles, health issues, abuse, and addiction. Her overall message teaches and inspires people who may be facing similar challenges. I can't wait to see the Nicks episode of Master Class! It should be really good.

Anonymous said...

Some people will just not be happy with anything. Of course Stevie is talking about drugs, love affairs and Lindsey. Yes, we've heard these stories before, but it is all a part of her life story. It would actually be rather odd if she didn't recount these anecdotes, especially as it relates to her "master class"- presumably a dissertation on the pitfalls of her success and her road to recovery. So just STFU and watch it and be glad that she agreed to do it.

Jeez!

Anonymous said...

I would think that a show called "Master Class" would be about the creation of her art. I wonder why her story is always linked to drug use when literately everyone back then was doing the same thing? Who cares anymore?

Anonymous said...

Wow, so many negative people always complaining..At least Stevie is still "A" list and relevant. Of course her drug abuse etc will be covered here..It's not aimed at just die-hard fans...At least view the episode before you predict anything negative.

Anonymous said...

The show is an hour long. Almost every artist who has appeared on the show (I've seen every episode) talks about their drug use. For some reason the teaser for Stevie's episode revolves around drugs. The topic will be touched on for one segment and then move on. The pacing of the show is great. It typically starts with how the artist got started, what success did to them at the beginning, their struggles, their redemption, their personal life, and how they view "God" and their future.

It's a very inspiring show. Jay-Z and Goldie Hawn's "Master Classes" were very inspirational.

Anonymous said...

Jay-Z inspiring? If you're a Lucifer-worshipping Illuminati puppet who performed a blood sacrifice and sold out for fame and money... O-kay. "Inspiring". Just my opinion. Have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

I just don't find anything interesting about addiction. It's not a unique experience.
But what I do find interesting is a singer with an unusually gifted voice and a songwriter who has an uncanny ability to come up with melodies that instantly get under your skin. But I'm a music nerd and I've never watched Oprah, or much of anything else on mainstream TV, so I'm probably not a good judge.
I do think its amazing that after all these years Stevie Nicks is still getting so much attention. She's on her fourth act, and her most recent album is arguably her best; she sounds great - and people are paying attention.
I hope we hear less of the eye-glazing sleep-inducing drug stories going forward. And more of the interesting questions like Ann Powers asked for her NPR interview.
I know addiction sells, but Stevie Nicks has a lot more to say and she deserves to be heard.

Anonymous said...

What they said! ;)

Anonymous said...

I've heard Oprah's show is structured in a redemption-themed, cathartic format, and is edited "Master"-fully. If so, I'm glad Stevie didn't omit the significantly life-changing "drug days" of her life.

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