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Old 05-01-2018, 07:12 PM
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I've been listening a little. They've been playing quite a few Lindsey songs. They're definitely not afraid to play them. They played a little clip of Mick speaking about Lindsey producing Say You Will. They have a whole month to fill, so I would imagine they will play Buckingham McVie, Buckingham Nicks as well, hopefully. I like it so far.

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Old 05-01-2018, 07:27 PM
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The way Stevie has been talking lately good lord it's like she has the maturity level of a 16 year old. I'm actually so surprised by it, I don't understand why she's being this way. All it does is make her look petty and immature. It's as if she wants to cleanse her fanbase out so all she has left are the most hardcore, devoted fans who would love her even if she murdered someone. I follow a bunch h of Stevie fans/accounts on social media and so many of them are turned off by it.
You meant the ones that joined 'The children of Stevie'. I think there are a bunch of them here. They're all together in the Post Rumours thread.
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Old 05-01-2018, 07:34 PM
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Yeah, 3 hours in and I'm really liking it. There's been a pretty even distribution of airplay - all eras, all singers/songwriters.
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Old 05-01-2018, 08:06 PM
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You meant the ones that joined 'The children of Stevie'. I think there are a bunch of them here. They're all together in the Post Rumours thread.
To be fair, I fully believe Stevie is in some type of strange headspace right now. Tom dying I think REALLY affected her and that it had a big role in this. I mean look at who is 'replacing' Lindsey. None other than Mike Campbell-- Tom's best friend/musical partner. I think when you think about that, and (with all sensitivity) consider/compare it to what happened after Robin died, it's fair to say that Stevie doesn't handle grief well and makes erratic choices in the aftermath due to her grief.
I don't think she would have let what's happened now with Lindsey happen had Tom not died and I don't think this 'decision' has really sunk in with her yet. She obviously knows it's happened and knows she had a big part in it, but I don't think she's fully grasped it. And that's why I 100% believe, with all my heart, that down the line, when she's made her peace, she's really going to feel a lot of deep remorse over this.

Like someone else said. No matter how much you bicker, where exactly is the happiness in getting your bandmate of 40 years/musical partner of 50/ex-lover/person who once turned your world and kickstarted everything fired? Sure, now you can go on tour without getting into arguments with that person every other day, but do you actually feel good? There are people in my life with whom I have some issues, and who I don't ANYWHERE near the tremendous history that she has had with Lindsey, but if I ever let something similar to this happen with them I'd feel awfully guilty about it and I think Stevie will feel the same way soon enough.
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Christine has talked a lot about Lindsey bless her heart.
She's like the only one, it's as if Stevie and Mick can't say his name. And John never speaks anyways so.
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Old 05-01-2018, 09:28 PM
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To be fair, I fully believe Stevie is in some type of strange headspace right now. Tom dying I think REALLY affected her and that it had a big role in this. I mean look at who is 'replacing' Lindsey. None other than Mike Campbell-- Tom's best friend/musical partner. I think when you think about that, and (with all sensitivity) consider/compare it to what happened after Robin died, it's fair to say that Stevie doesn't handle grief well and makes erratic choices in the aftermath due to her grief.
I don't think she would have let what's happened now with Lindsey happen had Tom not died and I don't think this 'decision' has really sunk in with her yet. She obviously knows it's happened and knows she had a big part in it, but I don't think she's fully grasped it. And that's why I 100% believe, with all my heart, that down the line, when she's made her peace, she's really going to feel a lot of deep remorse over this.

Like someone else said. No matter how much you bicker, where exactly is the happiness in getting your bandmate of 40 years/musical partner of 50/ex-lover/person who once turned your world and kickstarted everything fired? Sure, now you can go on tour without getting into arguments with that person every other day, but do you actually feel good? There are people in my life with whom I have some issues, and who I don't ANYWHERE near the tremendous history that she has had with Lindsey, but if I ever let something similar to this happen with them I'd feel awfully guilty about it and I think Stevie will feel the same way soon enough.
People around her should have prevented her from doing such attrocity if they realized she was on such an emotional rollercoaster because of Tom's death. Yet, they let it happen.

Every time I start thinking about what Stevie did to Lindsey and how he must be feeling, I start crying. And I'm not lying. I imagine myself in Lindsey's position and I'm sure he still can't believe it. But I don't know Stevie and how she's feeling and why she did what she did. I hope at some point she feels guilty but let me have my doubts until the tour starts.
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Christine has talked a lot about Lindsey bless her heart.
She's like the only one, it's as if Stevie and Mick can't say his name. And John never speaks anyways so.

Yea why the fu** is neil Finn speaking so much. I get heís in the band now but itís been 3 weeks and heís literally had nothing to do with anything involving this band. Not one real live performance or recording whatsoever. It really isnít a big deal but I just find it very funny. Mick Stevie and Christine still talk more but neil Finn should not be heard more then John. And if John didnít want to speak well then Neil should just be using this time to learn guitar parts and not an radio voice overs !
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Christine has talked a lot about Lindsey bless her heart.
She's like the only one, it's as if Stevie and Mick can't say his name. And John never speaks anyways so.
When this station was meant to go live in February--they all allegedly recorded clips/interviews, etc--assume they scraped all of LB's?
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Old 05-01-2018, 09:32 PM
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Yea why the fu** is neil Finn speaking so much. I get heís in the band now but itís been 3 weeks and heís literally had nothing to do with anything involving this band. Not one real live performance or recording whatsoever. It really isnít a big deal but I just find it very funny. Mick Stevie and Christine still talk more but neil Finn should not be heard more then John. And if John didnít want to speak well then Neil should just be using this time to learn guitar parts and not an radio voice overs !
Oh, I love that he's speaking so much! He wants stage presence! He has a new album with his son that needs to be promoted. Wonder how Stevie will react to his need of stage presence....
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Christine has talked a lot about Lindsey bless her heart.
She's like the only one, it's as if Stevie and Mick can't say his name. And John never speaks anyways so.
No wonder Kristen was blaming them first on IG. Later she added Christine and John.
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Old 05-01-2018, 09:36 PM
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Yea why the fu** is neil Finn speaking so much. I get heís in the band now but itís been 3 weeks and heís literally had nothing to do with anything involving this band. Not one real live performance or recording whatsoever. It really isnít a big deal but I just find it very funny. Mick Stevie and Christine still talk more but neil Finn should not be heard more then John. And if John didnít want to speak well then Neil should just be using this time to learn guitar parts and not an radio voice overs !
Hahahaha I totally agree! I think Neil is supposed to be the 'singing guitar player' though, and Mike Campbell doing most of the actual guitar playing. I think they just had him talk since they cut out Lindsey's stuff.
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No wonder Kristen was blaming them first on IG. Later she added Christine and John.
At least she's blaming the entire gang of loons., as she should. Makes it easier for all of the fan bases
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When this station was meant to go live in February--they all allegedly recorded clips/interviews, etc--assume they scraped all of LB's?
Yeah, in one of Stevie's clips she was talking about the Rumours lineup and said mentioned how they're all still together. So that was clearly before.
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Wonder how Stevie will react to his need of stage presence....
She totally thought she was turning it into the FM STEVIE show. I hope this backfires on her like a night of Colt 45 and a bag of White Castles.
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Me too. Every day I realize more and more that she had the FM Stevie show complete with her Tom Petty friends. GROSS
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