Over eight solo albums, Stevie Nicks has proven her magic isn’t limited to Fleetwood Mac. Take another listen to “Rooms on Fire,” “Talk to Me” and “After the Glitter Fades” if you don’t believe us.
Whether it was John Lennon’s love interest in “Norwegian Wood” or George’s Harrison’s muse for “If I Needed Someone,” women were seen differently for all the Beatles by “Rubber Soul.”
“Jesus Christ Superstar” was definitely the best but “Grease: Live,” “The Wiz,” and “Hairspray Live” were pretty darn satisfying, too. Cue to the sing-a-longs.
John Cusack, Jack Black and Lisa Bonet are just three reasons to be a fan. The tracks (and lists) in this Stephen Frears movie about obsessive music lovers makes this the perfect “must-watch” for Record Store Day.
Her song about a first kiss put the Cranberries on the map. But there was more to Dolores O’Riordan.