Rocker Stevie Nicks appeared on 'The Talk' to chat about her new album 'In Your Dreams,' which was co-written and co-produced by Dave Stewart. Nicks said that they wrote a song together the first day Stewart visited Nicks' house.
During the songwriting process, Stewart told Nicks that if she didn't like a song they wrote, they didn't have to use it.
Nicks recalled: "He could read my face, and he could see if it was going a little the other way. He would just go, 'Uh...' and he would just start playing another chord. So off we'd go another way. So I never had a chance to start having that bad experience."
She then took to the stage with her band, including longtime guitarist Waddy Watchel, to perform 'For What It's Worth,'not to be confused with the Buffalo Springfield tune of the same name.
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Nicks completed a multi-city tour with Rod Stewart earlier this year, in which she sang some of her new songs.