Katherine Winston covers ‘Rhiannon’ on American Idol

Katherine Winston infused Fleetwood Mac’s classic “Rhiannon” with her own bohemian sensibilities, which earned her a spot in the American Idol Top 24.

Watch her perform a funked-up rendition of “Rhiannon” below.

Stevie Nicks delivers solid gold performance on Fallon

When last Stevie Nicks met Jimmy Fallon, the latter was wearing a blonde wig and playing the part of Tom Petty for a performance of “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around.” Last night, Nicks returned to The Tonight Show, this time in support of recent archival release 24 Karat Gold: Songs From The Vault. She delivered a sterling rendition of “Lady” along with a piano ballad version of Fleetwood Mac’s classic “Rhiannon”. Watch both performances below.

Despite the new solo release, Nicks is still out on the road with the Christine McVie-featuring Fleetwood Mac. Their next string of dates picks up in Canada (Winnipeg, to be exact) on November 10th, and they have stops scheduled all over North America through March 31st, 2015. See their full itinerary here.

Ben Kayeon / Consequence of Sound / Tuesday, November 4, 2014

VIDEOS: Stevie performs ‘Lady,’ ‘Rhiannon’ on Tonight Show

Stevie Nicks performed “Lady” (accompanied by pianist Ricky Peterson), a single from her latest solo album 24 Karat Gold on Monday’s edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Stevie also played the grand piano herself to perform a bonus acoustic version of “Rhiannon” (shared below and available exclusively online on The Tonight Show website).


Special thanks to Skip for capturing and sharing this video.

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Watch Stevie act, sing, and twirl on American Horror story: Coven

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Stevie kicked off the winter return of American Horror Story: Coven, appearing as herself in Episode 10, aptly titled “The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks.” In the episode, Stevie sang “Rhiannon” (from the 1975 album Fleetwood Mac) and “Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You” (from the 1985 album Rock a Little) while playing the piano and acted briefly in the scene, in which she presents Misty Day with a special shawl that had “danced across the stages of the world.”

The video includes all the important and relevant scenes that deal with Stevie!

VIDEOS: Stevie visits the Coven

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Something wickedly amazing this way comes!

Stevie Nicks makes her American Horror Story: Coven debut in the appropriately titled “The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks,” airing tomorrow night, and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the singer-songwriter in action.

So what brings the Fleetwood Mac singer to New Orleans? She’s there to sing (!) with her No. 1 fan Misty Day (Lily Rabe) and to wish her luck with the Seven Wonders, a test which will prove the hippie swamp witch is the coven’s next Supreme. In our exclusive sneak peek, Nicks makes Misty’s dreams come true when she teaches her how to shawl-twirl. Oh, and she gifts Misty with one of her legendary shawls as well. Who needs the Seven Wonders when you have One Stevie Nicks Shawl?!

And as if an exclusive sneak peek wasn’t enough, we also chatted with Nicks (Yes, our hearts are still shawl-twirling over this fact) about her highly anticipated guest appearance, and we just had to know if the shawl she gifted Rabe with in that scene was actually one from her own collection. It was…but the one Misty ends up wearing in the episode isn’t. We’ll let Nicks explain.

“That was my shawl that I was wearing, but that shawl Lily was wearing was not [mine] because that shawl is in another scene that I haven’t seen, but that I read in the script,” she tells us. “I wasn’t there, so she used a shawl that they had and it got dragged through the mud or something. They couldn’t just switch shawls. They’re all about continuity; they’re photographing your earrings and every single thing you wear. I would have loved for her to wear one of my shawls, but I did give her my shawl at the end of the twirl. She got the Stevie shawl, but it wasn’t to have a starring role.”

We’re happy to report no real Stevie Nicks shawls were harmed in the making of this episode.

Check back with us tomorrow for more shawl-related scoop from Stevie Nicks. And yes, we managed to ask her some other stuff about her guest appearance on

American Horror Story: Coven airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on FX.

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Tierney Bricker / E! Online / Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Stevie Nicks talks American Horror Story Coven appearance


Keith Caulfield / Billboard / Wednesday, January 8, 2014