Wednesday, January 08, 2014

@FleetwoodMac are LIVE in Las Vegas tonight at CES2014 everyone else is watching #AmericanHorrorStory !

Stevie Nicks talks 'American Horror Story': 'I was scared to go there'
Dreams are far from unwinding on "American Horror Story: Coven."
By Yvonne Villarreal
LA Times

An ongoing thread in the third installment of the series has been the unbridled infatuation swamp-dweller Misty Day (Lily Rabe) has for rock heroine Stevie Nicks, whom Day firmly believes is a "White Witch."  After repeated listenings to "Rhiannon," the backwoods fangirl won't have to twirl in vain much longer.

The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman guest stars in Wednesday's episode, aptly titled "The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks." And yes, there will be twirling.

Already accustomed to working with show creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck (she consulted on the Fleetwood Mac tribute episode on their other show, "Glee"), Nicks is taking it one step further by appearing in front of the camera on the horror drama.

Nicks' appearance comes courtesy of Fiona (Jessica Lange), who calls in a favor with the songstress in an effort to out Day as the next in line for the Supremacy.

Show Tracker spoke with the 65-year-old singer to talk about the episode, which she has yet to see. Read on for tales of drama class horrors, her love of set real estate, and who the diaphanous scarf-loving songstress fears.

Do you know how many people are eager for Wednesday's episode?
Yvonne. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait.


I haven’t seen the episode yet so don’t tell me if you have. Wait, tell me. No, nevermind, don't tell me.

You’re supposed to have the scoop!

I haven’t seen it. [Fleetwood Mac] has a show tomorrow night at 8 o’clock when "American Horror Story" comes on in Phoenix so I won’t see it until we fly back to Phoenix at 2 a.m.  I could have gotten an advance link to see it, but I didn’t want to. I want to see it on the night that it goes out to the people.

Continue to the full article at LA Times

Stevie Nicks on Her 'Fantastic' 'American Horror Story: Coven' Cameo (VIDEO)
Read the article at Billboard

By Keith Caulfield


Anonymous said...

We all just put Stevie on and listen to her music and it gets us through and we are all good. Love Stevie's lyrics, music, and voice. Magical, moving, and healing.

Anonymous said...

She is absolutely timeless. I live in Las Vegas but unfortunately was not in attendance. I remember discovering Fleetwood and the magical delights of Stevie in my early twenties. Ms. Nicks got me through some dark days that I look back now on and laugh! I'm thirty-five now and still could light some candles and put that disc on repeat. sixty five, really??? I discovered you and was mesmerized. Just think of all the young twenty somethings that will keep the legacy alive!!! Much love,

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