1-20 of 42 items from 2017 « Prev | Next »
Originally Stevie Nicks’s claim to fame was that she was a part of Fleetwood Mac, but when she went solo her career still soared to new heights that she hadn’t expected. Stevie Nicks has been called the Queen of Rock and Roll throughout the years and has earned award after award for her hard-hitting and meaningful songs that so many have come to enjoy. A lot of fans have followed her extensively after her departure from Fleetwood Mac, claiming that she was the main sound that made the band so wonderful. While that’s always up for debate the truth is
The Top Uses of Stevie Nicks Songs in Movies or TV »
During Night 5 of “The Voice” Season 13, Chloe Kohanski‘s performance of Fleetwood Mac‘s “The Chain” caused three coaches — Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton — to all press their buttons. After a long deliberation process that had to be broken up by Adam Levine, Kohanski ultimately decided to join Cyrus’ team after […] »
- Marcus James Dixon
To kick things off, Chloe Kohanski sang Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain.” It was a strong start to the evening, as Cyrus, Shelton and Hudson all turned for her. Kohanski, who is from Nashville and is a huge Cyrus fan, fittingly joined Team Miley.
Next, at just 13-years-old, Olivia Kay came to the show ready to impress. But unfortunately, she wasn’t quite ready for the competition, and she didn’t turn any »
- Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya
Monday, we began the third and final week of the Blind Auditions for Season 13 of The Voice, and though I think we most of us can agree there are a few promising singers in the mix — including but not limited to Anthony Alexander, Moriah Formica and Chris Weaver — have we really heard The One yet? That, I’m not so sure about. (Then again, it wasn’t until the Battles that I realized Chris Blue was The One last season; I’m slow that way.) Are you zeroing in already on a likeliest candidate to take the title? Before you weigh in in the comments, »
Kate finally gets her big break on the latest episode of This Is Us when a house band's regular lead singer falls ill and she is tapped to sit in with them. If you were wondering what the beautiful song is that Kate sings in the episode, it's called "Landslide," and its lyrics are particularly poignant for the Pearson family. The song was written by Stevie Nicks and released as part of Fleetwood Mac's self-titled 1975 album. She has said that the song is about both her then-relationship with Lindsey Buckingham, her singing partner and fellow Fleetwood Mac member, and her relationship with her father. It was written while Nicks was in Aspen, Co, looking out at the Rocky Mountains. RelatedThis Detail Could Explain How Rebecca and Miguel Get Together on This Is Us "I realized then that everything could tumble, and when you're in Colorado, and you're surrounded by these incredible mountains, »
- Andrea Reiher
Started up in the late 1960’s, Fleetwood Mac is a British-American band that has amazingly kept the founding members for which they were named. They’ve sold roughly 100 million records worldwide and are still active today, which is saying a lot for an older band that was popular when a lot of us were either very young or not yet born. As of today they’ve contributed quite a bit to pop culture and continue to do so as aging fans and new fans come together to enjoy their music and the delightful feel it gives to so many different film
The Top Uses of Fleetwood Mac Songs in Movies or TV »
Did This Is Us just reveal why Kate feels responsible for Jack’s death?
Now that we know more about how Jack died, the quest to fill in the blanks when it comes to his untimely demise -- somehow connected to a house fire -- begins. Tuesday’s episode, cheekily titled “A Manny-Splendored Thing,” explores the Pearson patriarch’s secret battle with alcoholism, which may have played a part in his impending death, and possibly shed light on why Kate carries guilt over her role in it.
The episode picks up in the ‘90s, moments after Jack gets into the car with Rebecca, after she pulls a “Jack” and tells her husband that they will fight his drinking -- which he kept secret from his wife and his kids for a long time »
Need to catch up? Check out the previous This Is Us recap here.
You might not think that you’d ever hunger for the comic relief of seeing a grown man wear a diaper, but by the end of this week’s This Is Us, that visual becomes comedy manna to your heartsick soul.
It probably helps that the man in question is the abs-blessed Kevin, who dons the ridiculous (and skimpy — did we mention skimpy?) costume as part of his “very special” return to The Manny. But really, any cause for laughter is a welcome one after a heavy »
Tom Petty was rushed to the hospital late Sunday night after he was found unconscious. TMZ reports that the 66-year old musician was found not breathing and in full cardiac arrest. It has been reported that EMTs rushed to Petty's Malibu home and they were not able to get a pulse, so he was rushed to the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica where he was placed on life support. Petty was taken off of life support earlier today and passed away peacefully.
"We're told after Petty got to the hospital he had no brain activity and a decision was made to pull life support."
TMZ also reports that they have reached out to Tom Petty's management, but nobody is talking just yet. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers recently wrapped up a large tour, with the final show at the Hollywood Bowl last Monday evening. The reviews of the shows have been great, »
It’s difficult to find an aspect of popular culture that Hugh Hefner didn’t influence during his long, remarkable life. Spanning journalism, television, film, fashion and, of course, sexuality, his impact on music is one of the least heralded aspects of his legacy. Over the course of two seasons, Hefner used his weekly syndicated variety show, Playboy After Dark, as a platform for a broad spectrum of artists.
Psychedelic sounds from San Fransisco (courtesy of the Grateful Dead), early heavy metal (provided by Deep Purple), country-tinged balladeers (thanks to Linda Ronstadt and the Byrds) and old-school crooners (like the »
- Jordan Runtagh
Steve Miller has led many musical lives. First he was the guitar-wielding Space Cowboy who blew minds with the blues in the psychedelic San Fransisco of the late ’60s. Then he morphed into the laid-back Joker, crackin’ wise amid the slightly more self-serious singer/songwriters of the early ’70s. He graduated to full scale arena rocker in the middle of the decade with amped-up hits like “Rock ‘N Me” and “Take the Money and Run,” and by the ’80s songs like “Abracadabra” made him a video star on a nascent MTV. Now the icon is looking back on his remarkable musical journey with Ultimate Hits, »
- Jordan Runtagh
- Madeline Roth
Image Source: Getty Harry Styles hit the Radio 1 Live Lounge on Monday, guitar in tow, for an unforgettable live performance. Showcasing some incredible vocals, he performed a few of his own solo tracks before taking on something a little more unexpected. No Live Lounge is complete without a cover version, and Harry definitely took on the big guns when he tackled Fleetwood Mac's classic hit "The Chain" from the seminal album Rumours. »
- Gemma Cartwright
The boyfriend-girlfriend duo — who scored X Factor‘s $1 million recording contract in their December 2013 win — announced via Twitter Friday that they ended their romantic relationship over a year ago and are splitting as artists as well.
“We may be artists, but it seems the next words are some of the hardest we’ve ever had to write. Many of you have been keeping up with us for years; you watched us go from two kids who met on the beach in Florida in 2009 to a couple who »
- Yvonne Juris
It was on August 25, 1982, that Newman’s Own shipped its first bottles of salad dressing.
The late actor and philanthropist, Paul Newman, launched the company with his homemade recipe salad dressing, declaring that all profits would go to charity. Now, 35 years later, the company has more than 300 products with 100% of the profits continuing to help charities around the world.
“When Paul started Newman’s Own, some people wondered if the company could survive if it gave all its profits away,” said Bob Forrester, President and CEO of Newman’s Own Foundation and Executive Chairman of Newman’s Own. “Now, Newman’s Own is considered the exemplary philanthropic enterprise, which has helped thousands of nonprofit organizations, worldwide. In fact, Paul and Newman’s Own are often cited as the inspiration for other companies giving back, including several celebrities who started similar businesses.”
Over the 35 years, Newman’s Own has grown from »
America’s Got Talent had a very familiar face visit the series on Wednesday’s episode — champion Grace VanderWaal!
VanderWaal, who was crowned the season 11 winner at the age of 12, returned to the same stage where she won a million dollar prize and headlining show in Las Vegas in September.
The musician, now 13, performed her song “Moonlight,” which was well-received by both audiences and the judges — Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel — who cheered loudly and gave her a standing ovation.
“It’s great to be here!” a smiling VanderWaal, who is going on tour, told the crowd. »
- Natalie Stone
“Guardians of the Galaxy” and music go hand in hand. James Gunn‘s series has had two incredibly well-chosen soundtracks, or mix-tapes if you will, filled with ’70s and ’80s guilty-pleasure pop cornerstones. Half the fun of watching these movies is wondering what song Gunn will choose next to move his story forward. It’s an indelibly pleasurable experience to be delighted by breathless action and, at the same time, bop your head up and down to, say, Fleetwood Mac‘s “The Chain,” or Cheap Trick‘s “Surrender.”
Following in that tradition, James Gunn and Marvel have given us a real ditty today.
- Jordan Ruimy
When Harry Styles wants something, he gets it. So when the “Dunkirk” actor wanted to take over the hosting chair from Jimmy Fallon, his wish came true. During Styles’ appearance on “The Tonight Show,” Fallon was explaining a present he once got from Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks. She gave him a jade bottle, which, according to the legend, makes your wish come true when you make one and blow into the bottle right after. “I won’t tell you what the wish was… but… you’re here!” Fallon joked. Also Read: Christopher Nolan Had No Idea How Famous Harry Styles Was When He Cast. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Fleetwood Mac may have won only two Grammys but they sold more than 100 million records and will be honored by the recording academy with the prestigious MusiCares Person of the Year award next year. The group will be feted at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Jan. 26, 2018, two days before […] »
- Paul Sheehan
1-20 of 42 items from 2017 « Prev | Next »
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners