Sunday, January 12, 2014

Stevie Nick sat down with Ultimate Classic Rock to speak about her new documentary "In Your Dreams"

Stevie Nicks Explains How Dave Grohl Jump-Started Her Documentary

Stevie Nick sat down with Ultimate Classic Rock to speak about her new documentary "In Your Dreams". part of the group of interviews Stevie conducted in early December right around the release of the film.

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Clearly all these little video interviews are longer than 2 minutes. It's unfortunate that those that conducted the interviews don't post the full version... looks a little disjointed when it's only one segment.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

As soon as I heard the album was out I went straight out and bought it. I had to look for it. I had to ask the employees at Target and they had to look for it and couldn't find it. Then I went to Walmart and had to ask for it. They finally found it along the side of a row. It was brand new out and it was hidden. Why do the record companies spend money to "advertise" these new "artists" that aren't even artists? They don't write their own music, lyrics, etc. and aren't even talented.I attribute that to not having music programs in school anymore. They are not teaching kids true music or art from a young age. But the true artists like Stevie Nicks are missing from this generation. So sad....

Anonymous said...

Stevie doesn't understand that putting the album out in May 2011 and not finishing the DVD and releasing it until Nov. 2013 already made it too late to help sell the album. It should have come out at the same time or very soon after. They should have been coordinated better and is she didn't know that then her management should have. And they should have worked to get it aired on some TV station also, one of those hi def music ones that air things many times. That would have helped sell the album. An artist as big as Stevie deserves management that plans things out more professionally.

Anonymous said...

Her management company is terrible. Her music needs airplay like everyone else. This is what will help bring her music to a broader audience. Just because she isn't 20, she gets put on the backburner. That's a shame because her music is unlike anything out there and she is still beautiful in her 60's. If she were an opera singer, she would be getting different treatment, where age doesn't matter.

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