Stevie Nicks Covers Stephen Stills’ ‘For What It’s Worth’

Stevie Nicks has just released a surprise remake of Stephen Stills‘ 1966 Buffalo Springfield standard, “For What It’s Worth.” The Fleetwood Mac singer spoke about the standalone single in a statement, which said, “I’m so excited to release my new song. It was written by Stephen Stills in 1966. It meant something to me then, and it means something to me now. I always wanted to interpret it through the eyes of a woman — and it seems like today, in the times that we live in, that it has a lot to say.”

Stevie Nicks, who’s currently out on the road, told us that the simple act of performing is the very thing that ensures a singer’s future: “I plan to sing, y’know? Opera singers sing into their 80’s. But I do plan to be out there singing when I am a seriously older woman, because I think my voice will still be really good. Because I’m not gonna let it go. And it really is all about. . . Y’know, the people that can’t sing anymore that had great voices are the people that went away for five years and then just decide to come back. And you just can’t make a comeback. Comebacks are just no good. You have to just keep singing.”

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