Rock band Fleetwood Mac has canceled its tour following news that bassist John McVie has cancer.
The band just wrapped a European leg of the tour, but had to cancel dates in Australia and New Zealand so McVie can undergo treatment.
“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli sat down with Fleetwood Mac; Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, and Mick Fleetwood to talk about the band getting back together and returning to the stage for their seventeenth tour.
Nicks also commented on friend Sheryl Crow’s relationship with Lance Armstrong, and the doping scandal. Watch the interview to find out what she had to say.
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli sat down with rocker Lindsey Buckingham at his private studio for a rare interview and an exclusive sneak peek inside his sixth solo album, "Seeds We Sow."
The legendary Fleetwood Mac frontman, who believes "Seeds We Sow" is his best solo album yet, opened up about his past, including his love affair with Stevie Nicks. "We are still working on things. You'd think we would've gotten through everything and there'd be nothing to be evolving at this point, but oddly enough, there still is," Lindsey revealed.
And the winner of "The Voice" season one is Javier Colon! "Thank you. I don't even know where to begin, other than to say that the three women behind me are absolutely awesome," said Colon after his win was announced.
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Rock and roll's gypsy goddess Stevie Nicks invited "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli to her home and revealed the one true love of her life, and opened up her secret journal for the first time.
One of the entries included a recent taping of her appearance on "Oprah." The singer said, "Well, it's done, and I think the interview between me and Oprah went well, even though she's not easy to win over." When Jerry asked why, she explained, "Well, I think, God bless her, she has talked to a lot of people!"
Rock n' roll legend Stevie Nicks isn't a fan of Lindsay Lohan playing her on the big screen.
LiLo reportedly wants to buy the rights to Nick's life story and play her in the flick. The 61-year-old tells the New York Times, "Over my dead body. She needs to stop doing drugs and get a grip. Then maybe we'll talk."
Britney Spears has covered rock classics like Joan Jett's "I Love Rock N' Roll" and The Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction," but rock icon Stevie Nicks isn't convinced Brit is a real rocker. Nicks tells "Extra," "You have to pay dues to be a real rock star."