I guess this is the next-best thing when it comes to being a fly on the wall in Stevie Nicks’ house while she jams with sister group Haim.
Nicks invited the three sisters into her LA home for a New York Times interview where they chatted and then performed “Rhiannon.”
They also talked about the family business of music, and Stevie even called out Este Haim on her journaling practices (she said she just used her phone).
Stevie Nicks via NYT:
“So began a lesson in journaling: On the right-hand side of the page you write what happened that day, and on the left-hand side you write poems, so when you have an evening where you’re like, “I’m gonna light all the candles and I’m gonna put the fire on, and I’m gonna go sit at the piano and write,” you can dip into your diaries and instantly find a poem and begin. “You want your journals written by hand in a book, because someday, if you have daughters — I don’t have daughters, but I have fairy goddaughters, thousands of them — all of these books are gonna go to them, and they’re gonna sit around just like we are now, and they’re gonna read them out loud, and they’re going to be able to know what my life was.” Then, pointedly, to Este: “And they’re not gonna find it in your phone.”
The whole interview is pretty refreshing, and it really makes me want moon sisters and fairy goddaughters.