Fleetwood Mac singer also brings her Stateside solo tour to a close this week
Stevie Nicks has denied that a film of her life is set to be made anytime soon.
Rumours of film of the Fleetwood Mac star’s life have been following the singer for years, with Lindsay Lohan – pictured below – and Hilary Duff both tipped to play Nicks in her younger years. However, Nicks has shot down the gossip, telling Us Weekly:
Nobody is making a movie about my life. When there is a movie about my life being made, everybody will know. And it will be serious. Everybody thinks they are making a movie about my life but it’s not true.
Last night (October 12), Stevie Nicks bought her 2011 solo album ‘In Your Dreams’ to City National Grove in Anaheim, California.
During the show Nicks underwent four costume changes, finishing up in a white, floaty dress for ‘Edge of Seventeen’. Legendary session guitarist and longtime collaborator Waddy Wachtel played alongside Nicks, who introduced him as “the second person that Lindsey [Buckingham] and I met when we moved to Los Angeles in 1971.”
Nicks dedicated the Fleetwood Mac song ‘Landslide’ to her late father, as well as her goddaughters, Mick Fleetwood’s twin girls.
Nicks also played new song ‘Annabel Lee’, with lyrics written by 19th century author Edgar Allan Poe. “I’d like to say this is the first guy I ever went out with,” she joked.
Stevie Nicks played:
‘Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)’
‘Gold Dust Woman’
‘For What It’s Worth’
‘Ghosts Are Gone’
‘Leather and Lace’
‘Edge of Seventeen’
Stevie Nicks finishes her current US tour on October 15 at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas.