April 9, 2009

"I’ll be very, very sexy under 18 pounds of chiffon and lace and velvet."

"And nobody will know who I really am."

19 comments:

Issob Morocco said...

I thought this was about Michelle Obama.

zedzded said...

I thought "Titus".

EDH said...

Very good, and will the lady be having anything for desert?

Woops, excuse me, I misread that to say "18 pounds of chiffon and licorice and Velveeta".

Bissage said...

Fleetwood Mac was pretty popular back in the day and it's good to see that Stevie Nicks is still performing her music for adoring fans.

Was she the one who bit the head off a bat or was it that other chick?

Peter V. Bella said...

a ruched and ruffled dress

Wasn’t a certain someone wearing something similar over the weekend. Wrinkled indeed!!!!

SteveR said...

I love Stevie Nicks.

Yachira said...

I thought "Meade". :)

Tibore said...

Color me disappointed. I thought the Professor was going to discuss her wedding dress.

;)

rhhardin said...

Silver Spring was nice. I don't know which singer is which.

The more voices are used as musical instruments, the more musical it is.

It leaves you uninterested in who is singing though.

Ann Althouse said...

The professor is not having a wedding. Just getting married.

The River Otter said...

Weddings are overrated, whilst arriage is underrated. Congratulations!

mcg said...

Marriage jumpsuit, then?

kentuckyliz said...

Ozzy Osborne bit the head off a bat, at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa in 1982. I was there, moshing up front, and saw this happen.

The mother of the friend I was with was the nurse at the hospital they went to after the show to treat the bat bites and to give Ozzy rabies shots.

Never heard of any chick doing this. If any did, I'd place my bets on Amy Winehouse.

kentuckyliz said...

Actually I prefer Stevie's choice to cover up elegantly in neoEdwardiana than most pop tarts' choices to go barer and barer. Her treating her clothes as self-protective armor makes me wonder if the naked pop tarts feel violated eventually.

Joan said...

The tone of that article was something else: "[Nicks'] candor endears her to fans, who evidently equate it with authenticity."

Nice slam on Nicks' apparently mindless followers. If only their perspicacity were applied as thoroughly in politics.

Beth said...

I want to mock Stevie Nicks, but I just can't. She endures, and good for her. Such is the power of music. I'll forget all about Fleetwood Mac, and being 17 and having them on the 8-track constantly, and then the iPod will spin up something really great, like Landslide, or World Turning, and I like them all over again. I'm glad she's dealt with her drug problem, and, as Natalie Cole, I'm glad she's calling out the young ones ruining their talent with stupid crap like cocaine.

Beth said...

make that "as with Natalie Cole"

BJM said...

Is it just me or is Nicks beginning to look like Peggy Lee?

Not that it's a bad thing, just sayin'

Maxine Weiss said...

http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance/search/fleetwood/video/x10nl7_fleetwood-mac-stevie-nicks-gypsy_music