buckinghamnicks-ff:

Because we did have fun. We did — we did live in our little house and watch movies and sit and play music and sing and practice and I cooked for him and I loved him. I loved taking care of him. I wanted him to be beautiful. I did everything I could do to make him happy. And that’s why it was hard for him when I left, because in Lindsey’s mind, all the other women that came after me were all going after rich rock & roll star Lindsey. Nobody was looking into the heart I had looked into. Nobody was seeing the guy before he was famous. We knew each other before. That’s what makes us unique to each other.

Stevie Nicks, 1998

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"I think there is a musical and a nonmusical language that’s there [between Stevie and me]. It’s been subverted for a long, long time. Whatever she and I had going, not necessarily as a couple, just as a musical entity sort of got splintered into little factions when we joined the band, and that was part of what we gave up. Certainly it was something of what I gave up as a musician in order to be, quote, more of a team player. But what’s interesting about Stevie and me is that there’s still a lot of love and mutual regard that has been difficult to find the ground in which to have it play out. It was interesting going and working with her and spending a lot of time at her house where she was recording because it was as significant for just the hang time and the sense of reinforcement we got for those feelings that don’t get reinforced often enough. Because, you know, Fleetwood Mac survives as a band by going apart for long periods of time and then coming together in some kind of formalized way. And I don’t hang out with Stevie as a rule. But there was the sense that this was still a work in progress for the two of us. I don’t know if she would say that as well, but we even talked about maybe down the line doing something again, the two of us, and I just think that would be the sweetest thing ever."
Lindsey Buckingham, Boston Globe 2011 (via buckinghamnicks)

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— 2 weeks ago with 109 notes
splendiforouslove:

buckinghamnicks-ff:

HANDS.
(no, I am not just randomly shouting body parts but STEVIE AND LINDSEY’S MOTHERFUCKING HELD HANDS OKAY)
Also, nice step placement so the rest of the band don’t look like too tiny next to Mick, lol.


Ahahaha I didn’t even notice the steps before. Yeah everyone’s like black or nothing baby. Except Mick, who looks like an Easter egg.

splendiforouslove:

buckinghamnicks-ff:

HANDS.

(no, I am not just randomly shouting body parts but STEVIE AND LINDSEY’S MOTHERFUCKING HELD HANDS OKAY)

Also, nice step placement so the rest of the band don’t look like too tiny next to Mick, lol.

Ahahaha I didn’t even notice the steps before. Yeah everyone’s like black or nothing baby.
Except Mick, who looks like an Easter egg.

— 3 weeks ago with 71 notes
2sleepy4u:

"stevie nicks shows off hit product of collaboration with husband lindsey buckingham" is the VERY misleading caption of this photograph

2sleepy4u:

"stevie nicks shows off hit product of collaboration with husband lindsey buckingham" is the VERY misleading caption of this photograph

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— 4 weeks ago with 102 notes
sarah--jane-- asked: Your blog is brilliant! I love it almost as much as I love Stevie Nicks ❤️


Answer:

Thank you so much! I just got an email the other day letting me know it was this blogs 3rd birthday.. so I’m glad people are still enjoying it!

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American Horror Story: CovenMain Title (2013)
vs.
Stevie Nicks - "Stand Back" (1983)

I knew I couldn’t have been the only one who noticed this!

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— 1 month ago with 1863 notes
#stevie nicks  #wild heart  #american horror story 

Fleetwood Mac - Rhiannon 
October 17, 1975
Passiac, NJ

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— 1 month ago with 82 notes
#fleetwood mac  #stevie nicks  #rhiannon  #live  #1975