Stevie Nicks talks about who inspires her songwriting

Stevie Nicks has opened up about some of the artists that inspire her musically. When it comes to songwriting, she’s learned some valuable lessons from Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Still & Nash (CSN).

Particularly, she’s inspired by CSN’s 1969 self-titled debut, and Mitchell’s 1972 album “For The Roses.” Why? Because the releases showed her how to fit complex poems to music to make song lyrics.

“The way [CSN] phrased, and the way Joni Mitchell phrased her words and could get so many words into one sentence,” she explains. “[She] could really write formal poetry and still stuff it into a song, whereas most people were more simple.”

Source: Ultimate Classic Rock

 
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