Showing posts with label In Your Dreams London. Show all posts
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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

"she offered and we were thrilled" Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks on Christine McVie's Return To The Stage

"I think she's going to come and do the last two shows in London,"

Fleetwood Mac have opened up about their upcoming reunion with former keyboardist Christine McVie at their upcoming London shows.

"I think she's going to come and do the last two shows in London," said drummer Mick Fleetwood. "It's going to be great - Christine's music is so much part of Fleetwood Mac. She's been gone now for many, many years and she's like my sister.

"We're going to make her feel comfortable and have fun and I think people will love it. She's always honoured by the nature of her songs and the depth of that. When she decided to leave 14 or 16 years ago, we were sad and thought that maybe she'd come back, but she made that choice." 
He continued: "A lot of people are saying 'is she going to come back?' and the answer to that is that she would be welcome, but that would be her choice. We will see. At some point we're going to knock it on the head, I'm not sure when, but in that context it would be something that would be entertained." 
Frontwoman Stevie Nicks added: "She's coming to do two nights here and probably do 'Don't Stop'. I'm not sure, but she's coming to Dublin to rehearse whatever song she's going to do. We never wanted her to leave, so for us it's amazing that she is going to come."
by Andrew Trendell 

Stevie Nicks 'thrilled' by Christine McVie's Fleetwood Mac London return
Stevie Nicks has told Digital Spy that Fleetwood Mac are "thrilled" Christine McVie will rejoin the band for a special appearance in London.
McVie, who last performed with Fleetwood Mac in 1998, will rehearse with the band in Ireland this week. She is tipped to appear at two shows in the capital later this month.
Nicks told DS at the UK premiere of documentary Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams that McVie had approached Fleetwood Mac about joining up with them again, explaining: "Well, she said she'd do it. She did not say she would do it on the last two tours.

"So, she offered and we were thrilled, and it's great to have her back and to do a song. She's been very, very missed, so even to have her back for a little while is going to be good.

"And it will be good to see her, I mean, we never see her, you know? We're all so far away. I mean, London to California is far. So it's really great that she's decided to hang out with us for a little bit."
McVie and Mick Fleetwood joined Nicks at the Curzon cinema in Mayfair on Monday night (September 16) for a screening of In Your Dreams, which was directed and produced by Nicks and Dave Stewart.
By Kate Goodacre
Digital Spy

Monday, September 16, 2013

First Public Photos of Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks Together in 15 Years! Amazing!

Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams - Screening and Q&A
Curzon Mayfair, London - September 16, 2013
Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, Dave Stewart and Stevie Nicks Arrivals

 Christine looks awesome!!... So excited for everyone in the UK!
Pictures by Chris Joseph Image Collect and Contact Music

The After Party was held at The Arts Club

More Photos on Facebook

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Stevie Nicks had the 'everything I wanted to say to you for 35 years' talk with Lindsey Buckingham before tour

Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks rebuilt bridges with her former lover and bandmate Lindsey Buckingham by spending 90 minutes lecturing him about their 35-year friendship.

The pair lived together for five years before joining the band in 1975 but their romance ended a few years later and Nicks has been bottling up her feelings about Buckingham ever since.

The Don't Stop hitmakers announced last year (12) they were reuniting for a tour, and Nicks poured her heart out to Buckingham in a mammoth phone call in a desperate bid to clear the air ahead of the comeback.

She tells U.K. TV show Loose Women, "We are getting along probably better than we ever have... Because about a year and a half ago I had a talk with Lindsey. I had the 'everything I wanted to say to you for 35 years' talk. I started in 1968 and I worked up... I started with (recalling how) he cut my fingernail off once because he decided I should practice guitar more. That was not a good move on his part. And I went from there all the way up until now.

"I said, you know, 'Do you remember how funny and sweet we were? Do you remember how cute we were? Do you remember how when we walked in the room we were a power couple... Do you know how long it's been since we have not been that power couple? If we are going to do this again, we've got to go back to the way we were.'

"He was very quiet. It was a solid hour and a half where I never stopped talking... It's much better now since the talk. Now we walk onstage and we are holding hands.

Stevie Nicks praises Miley Cyrus: 'She has the ability to be great' Read more:

Stevie Nicks has praised Miley Cyrus, predicting that she will have a long and successful career.

The Fleetwood Mac star told the Loose Women panel that the 'Wrecking Ball' singer has the ability to become a "great songwriter".

Asked what advice she would give to young talent going off the rails, Nicks said: "I think that people will be sorry. I am going to use Miley Cyrus as an example as I happen to really like her.

"I happen to think that she - unlike some of the other rock and roll 'slash' actresses that we are really worried about - has the possibility and the ability to be a great actress, a great singer and probably a great songwriter and go on until she's my age.

"I think that she will not be very happy with what just went down two weeks ago. When you're really young, you don't think about even ten years from now or five years.

"I actually didn't either. I was really focused. I was really focused on who I wanted to be and what I wanted to be and I knew I was going to be in this business for a long time."

Cyrus has caused controversy in recent weeks with a provocative performance at the MTV VMAs and by going naked in her new music video.

Digital Spy

Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Stevie Nicks ‘In Your Dreams’ UK Premiere Sep 16th Curzon Mayfair London w/ Q&A - DVD in November

Stevie Nicks movie to Premier ahead of tour
Get To The Front
Entertainment Focus

Stevie Nicks will be joined by Fleetwood Mac members Christine McVie and Mick Fleetwood for the premiere of her new documentary In Your Dreams.

Taking place at the Curzon Mayfair, London on Monday 16th September, Nicks will also be joined by Dave Stewart who collaborated with her on the documentary. 

Stevie will attend a photocall at 6.15pm for the red carpet event, followed by interviews, before joining fans and guests for the premiere at 7.30pm. The film will be introduced by journalist Craig MacLean who will host a Q&A session with Stevie before the film begins.

Ticket information not yet available.

Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac teamed up with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame to create her 2011 album “In your dreams”. Now just ahead of Fleetwood Mac’s UK tour there will be a UK premier of the behind the scenes footage of that process with the film of the same name.

Co-produced and co-directed by Dave Stewart, “In Your Dreams shows the up close and personal musical journey that the two artists embarked on in Nicks’ Los Angeles home as they wrote and recorded an album during what Nicks called “the greatest year of my life”. Nicks felt compelled to share the joyful experience with her fans on what she termed “the day the circus came to town”. The record was co-written by Nicks and Stewart and produced by Stewart and Glen Ballard.

A multi Grammy Award winning artist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Nicks allowed cameras inside her magical old mansion high atop the hills of LA with a wild cast of musicians and friends. The inner life of the legendary Nicks has by her design long been kept at a distance from the public. We learn in “Dreams” that her world features costume parties, elaborate dinner feasts, tap dancing, fantasy creations and revealing song writing and recording sessions all of which are captured on film. There are cameos by Edgar Allan Poe, Mick Fleetwood, Reese Witherspoon, a massive white stallion in the backyard, owls and naturally a few vampires who appear in several “home movie” style music videos.

In addition to the story of the Nicks / Stewart creative partnership, “In Your Dreams” has plenty of other cinematic payoffs including rare never before seen personal scrapbook stills from Nicks’ childhood and family life and a wealth of candid backstage and performance shots taken over the last 35 years. The documentary was produced by Dave Stewart’s production company, Weapons of Mass Entertainment.

“This is our baby and we give her lovingly into your dreams. From our tribe to yours,” said Nicks.

“She is really real. It doesn’t matter if she is singing in the make-up room or in the middle of a TV interview. She is who she is, and she doesn’t change.” commented Stewart.

‘In Your Dreams’ will be released on DVD and VOD in November. Take a look at the trailer.

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