Stevie Nicks says her new song, "Show Them the Way," has lit another creative fuse within her.
She told Billboard, "I will make another record. I hadn’t really thought that I was gonna do that, but I should. I just figured, you know what, I have written a lot of poetry over the last eight months -- not even poetry with messages either, just really good poetry about stuff I see on television. There’s a few creepy crime shows that I watch that I really like, and I wrote one song about a character in one of those shows... As soon as I calm down a little bit, I’m going to go and write that song and that will be the beginning of writing this new record...
"And then there’s a famous lady record executive who wants me to write songs for Broadway musicals -- that’s something that I might think about. There’s just a lot of things that I could do, that I would love to do, but that I would prefer to do in a normal world. I don’t want to make a record that’s full-on done by myself in my living room over Zoom. But that doesn’t mean that I can’t be ready for the normal world when the normal world comes back.
"I see a lot of different sources of creativity that are there for me. I just have to get myself out of this uninspired place where it’s so easy to live during this thing, because I would never have thought that I would’ve gone underground so heavily as I have..."
She is also working on adapting a book of Welsh stories about Rhiannon and all the Gods for an upcoming film.
Stevie's new concert film, 24 Karat Gold, will be released this Friday in multiple formats. The film will also be available for one week on video-on-demand starting this Thursday at 11:00 am (Central) through Friday, November 6th at 2:00 am (Central.).
Stevie appeared on CBS Sunday Morning a few days ago and commented on the new success of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” after it went viral as part of a TikTok video. "This TikTok thing has kind of blown my mind. I'm happy about it because it seems to have made so many people happy."
[courtesy of Classic Hits Today]