The singer of Fleetwood Mac was delighted by a viral video by a guy on skateboard recently and singing while skateboarding to her single with group 1977 “Dreams”.
And 5o introduce the band’s music in front of the new generation; she wants to recall the TikTok clip for that man, yet she don’t have enough knowledge about social media platforms.
Stevie said: “I’m going to have to call him and thank him, the TikTok guy.”
“You have to understand: I’m not on TikTok, I’m not on Instagram, I’m not on Facebook, I don’t have a computer.”
“But I have to call him and tell him, ‘Thank you so much, because you know what you did? You brought this music back to the world, all by yourself.'”
She also told NPR, that reads: “I feel really great about it”
“I’ve heard, many times, from different people that aren’t in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame yet, ‘I don’t care. I don’t care if I’m ever going to get into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. It means nothing.’ Until they get nominated. And then all of a sudden, it’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to them..”
“It was just last year. I will always remember it like it was yesterday: I got to open the show and then do my, really, too-long speech.”
“[But] I was like, ‘Hey – 22 men are in twice, and me. It’s 22 to one. So I’m going to say everything in this speech that I have to say and that I’ve been waiting to say.'”
“And I hope that it broke some kind of a ceiling that will let more women in. It was my greatest honour.”