Like seemingly everyone else in the world, Stevie Nicks is practicing social distancing and staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. She’s posted a message on social media explaining how she’s been spending her time during quarantine, and it couldn’t be more on-brand.
In a note festooned with hand-drawn hearts and stars, Nicks writes, “Dear everyone, I know you are doing everything you can help the situation we are all in. I am staying in with my Goddaughters and my assistant Karen — and all our dogs — Lily, Luna and Mana — trying to think of creative things to do.”
She adds, “I am getting all my paintings and drawings out, listening to music (mostly Harry Styles‘ Fine Line) and being inspired by him to write some new songs and poetry. Way to go, H. — it is your Rumours.”
Stevie and Harry, who came to fame as a member of the U.K. boy band One Direction, happen to be good friends. Not only are Stevie and her band Fleetwood Mac some of Styles’ biggest musical influences, he even inducted her into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame last year and performed with her at the ceremony. For Nicks to compare his latest album, Fine Line, to Fleetwood Mac’s biggest and most legendary album, Rumours, is high praise indeed from the White Witch of Rock ‘n Roll.
Stevie’s note continues, “My advice for all this free time and terrible news is — Just Dance — This will pass — Love will find a way — It always does. Love, Stevie. P.S. I’ll be in touch…”
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— Stevie Nicks (@StevieNicks) March 23, 2020