Stevie Nicks Has Influenced A Generation Of Musicians [AUDIO]
Stevie Nicks, whether solo or with Fleetwood Mac has been a beacon of light for many young artist trying to make it in a tough industry. Danielle, Este and Alana Haim are three sisters that Stevie gave some advice.
She recently shared time with the pop-rock act Haim. Who, you ask? They are a group of sisters, who got the chance to spend time with Stevie at her Los Angeles home for conversation and music. The get-together was arranged by The New York Times' fashion magazine T.
When it came time for questions Este asked Stevie when she knew rock stardom was going to happen for her.
"There is a song by Buffalo Springfield called 'Rock 'n' Roll Woman,' and the first time I heard it, I was like, 'That's me. That's who I’m going to be,'" said Nicks. "I remember walking through a room, going, 'Do you know who I am?' It's like, the Red Sea is definitely going to part here."
In the midst of all the questions, the Haim sisters joined Nicks for a rendition of Fleetwood Mac's 1975 hit "Rhiannon." The spooky performance features Stevie on piano and lead vocals while Haim sings the harmonies.
Nicks is currently on tour with Fleetwood Mac through a December 20 show in Tampa, Florida.
Hear Stevie and Haim perform Rhiannon