In lawsuit you were successful immoderate doubt, yes, Stevie Nicks loved Daisy Jones and the Six.
The Queen of Rock and Roll posted a genuinely moving reappraisal of the Prime Video bid released successful March, an adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid's bestselling novel that was inspired by and parallels the communicative of Nicks' ain Fleetwood Mac
"Just finished watching Daisy Jones + the 6 for the 2nd time," Nicks wrote connected Instagram. "In the beginning, it wasn't truly my story, but Riley seamlessly, soon became my story.
"It brought backmost memories that made maine consciousness similar a shade watching my ain story. It was precise affectional for me."
The bid parallels the dazzling rise, tempestuous politics, and eventual spilt of the eponymous band, 1 wide known arsenic a proxy for Nicks' ain Fleetwood Mac — Reid was inspired to constitute the book aft watching Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham's present iconic 1997 unrecorded show of Rumours classical "Landslide". In the show, pb histrion Riley Keough plays homage to Nicks arsenic frontwoman Daisy, with Sam Claflin arsenic a Buckingham-inspired frontman/guitarist Billy Dunne.
Keough reacted to Nicks' station with understandable emoji: "?????????????"
In her post, Nicks paid tribute to her friend, Fleetwood Mac keyboardist and vocalist Christine McVie, who died successful November past twelvemonth aft a stroke.
"I conscionable privation Christine could person seen it," Nicks wrote. "She would person loved it."Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Lindsey Buckingham astatine Madison Square Garden, New York connected Nov. 15, 1978.
Notably, Nicks' stamp of support ended with thing Daisy Jones and the Six's producers Hello Sunshine, Reese Witherspoon's accumulation company, could perchance instrumentality to the bank, arsenic the euphony fable wrote of the show, "Hopefully it volition continue..."
Daisy Jones and the Six was released arsenic a constricted bid and Amazon hasn't officially announced a 2nd season, though the show's creators Scott Neustadter and Lauren Neustadter aren't penning thing off.
“We’re not giving up,” Lauren Neustadter told Variety. “I judge they volition perform. The question is when.”