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Fleetwood Mac To Perform At Blue Diamond Gala Honoring Vin Scully

Iconic Dodgers announcer Vin Scully, who plans to retire at the end of the season, will get a rock ‘n’ roll send off at the Los Angeles Major League Baseball teams annual Blue Diamond Gala on July 28. In their only performance of 2016, Fleetwood Mac will close out the night with a set of […]

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Happy Birthday, Stevie Nicks: The Hero, the Friend, the Woman

There is a special reason why four different young women can all form a friendship and partnership based on the influence of a shared hero. We are just four of many other countless young women who admire Stevie Nicks, who don’t take the use of the word hero lightly when describing her. There is a […]

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Kathryn Dean: A Storyteller Following Her Dream

Kathryn Dean’s old soul can be heard through the lyrics of her songs. When talking about her music, she makes it clear it’s all about storytelling. It’s important to her that the story is told in the truest way, whether it’s from personal experience or inspiration drawn from somewhere else. Kathryn delivers her musical poetry with […]

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A Night with a Thousand Stevies

Maybe Stevie Nicks fans were onto something when they started Night of 1,000 Stevies 25 years ago in a small club in New York’s Meatpacking District. This year’s not even halfway over, and already we’ve seen countless tribute parties in the wake of the deaths of beloved icons. Why wait until someone is gone to celebrate […]

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Stevie Nicks and the Kids of ‘School of Rock’ Surprise Audience with ‘Rhiannon’

Yesterday, something magical happened in NYC. The legendary Stevie Nicks performed with the children of “School of Rock” during the Easter Bonnet Competition. The Easter Bonnet Competition is the spring fundraising effort for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS by company members of Broadway, off-Broadway, and national touring productions. Later on that night, Nicks surprised the crowd […]

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Inspiring The Musician in Every Girl

The music industry is notably a tough industry for anyone to find their way into but from it has come some remarkable figures whom each and every one of us has in some shape or form admired or been inspired by. At just ten years old I picked up a guitar for the first time […]

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Dear Music Industry : Stop Treating Women Like Dirt

“Crazy On You”- on Dreamboat Annie (1976) by Heart Writers: Ann and Nancy Wilson “My love is the evenin’ breeze touchin’ your skin The gentle, sweet singin’ of leaves in the wind The whisper that calls after you in the night And kisses your ear in the early moonlight And you don’t need to wonder, […]

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Tai Babilonia: Breaking Barriers

Inspired by figure skater Peggy Fleming at age 6, Tai Babilonia broke barriers as the first figure skater of partial African American descent to compete for the United States at Olympics and win world titles.   Tai Babilonia isn’t your ordinary figure skater. In a sports career that has spanned over 42 years, Tai has […]

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Stevie Nicks “Nightbird” Reflects On Difficulties

“It’s [Nightbird] about the difficulties of female rock ‘n’ roll singers; it’s about my friend Robin, it’s about death, it’s a spirit calling. Wearing boots all summer long is like, always being ready for a flood or avalanche to happen, for the worst to happen. Because when you really look at life, all the money, […]

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Stevie Nicks: Be Kind, Be a little Naive

Be vulnerable. Be a little naive. Be sweet. Be kind. Be good. Words of wisdom from Stevie Nicks.

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