Showing posts with label America's Got Talent. Show all posts
Showing posts with label America's Got Talent. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Video - Stevie Nicks performing Landslide on America's Got Talent, endorses finalist Grace VanderWaal

Stevie Nicks Praises Grace VanderWaal on 'America's Got Talent': 'She's Got It'
by Michele Amabile Angermiller

America's Got Talent finalist Grace VanderWaal got a ringing endorsement from special guest Stevie Nicks on Wednesday (Sept. 14) night's season finale.

The 12-year old singer-songwriter entertained the audience once more with her original audition song, "I Don't Know My Name." VanderWaal brought Nicks to the stage following her performance, introducing her as "a true hero of inspiration."

The former Fleetwood Mac singer returned the compliment after performing a beautiful version of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide," telling host Nick Cannon that VanderWaal has a bright future.

"I have been watching this show from the very beginning," she said, "I have to say she reminds me a lot of me in a lot of ways. We sing very similar ... we like to be weird and perky and we like to be a little different ... and not like anybody else."

VanderWaal's individuality will take her far.

"She's got it," she said. "Whatever happens Grace is going to the top."


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Wednesday's 'America's Got Talent' finale will feature a performance by Stevie Nicks

America's Got Talent will crown a Season 11 champion Wednesday night, but there's already a clear
winner: the show itself.

The NBC talent competition (tonight and Wednesday, 8 ET/PT) is again summer's top-rated program, enjoying its biggest audience in five seasons (an average of 13.7 million viewers, up 10% from last year) and its best performance with young adults since 2013. Besides naming a winner, Wednesday's finale will feature performances by Stevie Nicks, Jersey Boys and Il Volo.

Sunday, August 07, 2011

Piers Morgan sums up Nicks on AGT

High excitement at America’s Got Talent as the legendary Stevie Nicks performed live on the show.

You can always tell when a proper star’s in the building by a) the size of their entourage, and b) the number of production crew who quietly appear around the stage to watch.

Stevie, who looks fabulous for whatever age she now is (one doesn’t like to ask such undignified questions of a heroine), swept on stage to a huge roar from the audience, and said a polite hello to my co-judges Sharon Osbourne and stand-up comedian Howie Mandel.

She then turned to me, flashed a steely stare, and said, ‘And as for you, Piers, don’t you dare buzz me!’ There was never going to be much chance of that. I’ve been a diehard Fleetwood Mac fan all my life.

Interestingly, Stevie sang live, without any pre-taped support. This is incredibly rare when modern music acts appear on TV shows – too much to lose with one dodgy performance in front of millions of viewers.

But she sang with such clarity, passion and soul that the studio erupted at the end.

I stood and cheered, and she blew me a kiss and winked. Something I’ve dreamed of many a teenage night.  Ah, they don’t make rock chicks like Stevie Nicks any more.

The Daily Mail

>>> How about a Stevie Nicks interview on your show Mr. Morgan??

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Stevie Nicks definitely knows a thing or two about the music business and making a hit record (Interview with Lisa Hiser)

She released her latest album, In Your Dreams, a few months ago and according to her, it was one of the most fun records she’s ever done.

Full article here

Interview by: Lisa Hiser (Correspondent) with Cambio


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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Stevie Nicks on 'America's Got Talent' July 27th

Stevie Nicks has lined up another TV appearance
According to a posting on Keyboardist Ricky Petersons Facebook page (Thank you Ricky), Stevie will be appearing on America's Got Talent next Wednesday, July 27th.

Hmmm... What will she perform?  With Ricky there as well, it's obvious that it's a full on band performance!