Sisterly pop-rock outfit Haim have performed the Fleetwood Mac song Rhiannon with The Mac’s very own Stevie Nicks during a joint interview at Nicks’ home in Los Angeles. The New York Times‘ T Magazine noted that Nicks invited the Haim sisters, Este (28), Danielle (25) and Alana (22), to her home in order to discuss
The “greatest” singer in popular music is one of those pub debates that starts off as a friendly disagreement and soon metastasises into people being written out of wills, fisticuffs, and divorce, but the folks at Concert Hotels have decided to do something to ease all the needless familial strife. While their new interactive chart
Brooklyn, New York’s Barclays Center hosted the 29th annual The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on the night of Thursday, 10th April. The event was lined with a myriad of rock star-length speeches and performances. Music Feeds readers can check out our highlights package down below. Remaining Nirvana members Dave Grohl and
Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks has updated fans on the condition of bass player John McVie, who was diagnosed with cancer back in October, forcing the band to cancel their Australian and New Zealand tour. Speaking with Us Weekly, Nicks said her bandmate is “gonna be fine.” As Rolling Stone reports, when asked by Us
Dave Grohl and the Sound City Players are seemingly popping up everywhere – and at the end of last week, arguably the world’s most well-known talk show was the latest stop. Grohl, the players, and Stevie Nicks dropped by David Letterman to perform their collaboration from the movie soundtrack, You Can’t Fix This – on
Dave Grohl and his troupe of Sound City Players did a special gig in Los Angeles last night to mark the film’s première in the famous American city. And if we somehow get a carbon copy of the show in Australia and Grohl brings the same crew when he visits in March, a seriously ace
You might remember a little while ago, Music Feeds reported on rumours that Fleetwood Mac would be reuniting for a tour this year. Well, we weren’t too far off it seems. During an interview, Stevie Nicks has confirmed that the band will be on the road next year. First things first, however, with Nicks explaining
Seventies rock monoliths Fleetwood Mac are poised to reunite in 2012, with the possibility of a new album also being bandied around.