A whole host of songs reflect unrequited love. One of the best is Walter Egan’s 70s hit about Stevie Nicks, “Magnet and Steel.”
Meandering lyrics, drug-induced hazes, the pressure to play “pop star” –just a few things that can saddle a great band after a hit album.
Stevie Nicks blazed a trail for women rockers. In this debut episode of “Back n’ Forth,” we muse about a current artist ably following in Stevie’s path.
Washing our hands is critical now. But it doesn’t have to be boring. These 10 memorable choruses meet the crucial 20-seconds-plus under the tap.