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Fleetwood Mac in Dallas - Interview with Stevie Nicks (1978)

Jim Ruddy

Sound | 1978

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  •  Fleetwood Mac’s plane arrives at the Dallas airport 
  •  The pilot snaps some personal pictures of the band from the cockpit 
  •  Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, and John McVie exit the plane 
  •  Interview with Stevie Nicks begins 
  •  Ruddy questions Nicks about how the band is getting along 
  •  Nicks talks about playing in Texas 
  •  Fans take pictures as the band prepares to leave the airport 
  •  Christine McVie in the limo 
  •  John McVie in the limo 
  •  Stevie Nicks gets in the car to leave 
  •  Mick Fleetwood gives fans autographs 
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This footage, taped for the CBS-affiliate KDFW, contains a short, unedited interview with Stevie Nicks, the frontwoman for the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. Taped just after the band’s arrival at Dallas Love Field for a concert with the Steve Miller Band at the Cotton Bowl in July 1978, the interview focuses on Fleetwood Mac’s decision to return to touring, the importance of playing live shows, and chemistry amongst members of the band. Nicks, who spent several of her childhood years in Texas, also briefly mentions the band’s preference for playing in the Lone Star State.