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Stevie Nicks Debuts New Song From Movie ‘The Book of Henry’

by Paul Cashmere on June 14, 2017

in News

Stevie Nicks has just released a brand new song ‘Your Hand I Will Never Let It Go’ from the movie ‘The Book of Henry’.

With the Lindsay Buckingham and Christine McVie album featuring Mick Fleetwood and John McVie but missing Stevie, you can now inset this song midway through their album for a do-it-yourself Fleetwood Mac album.

Fleetwood Mac’s last album was ‘Say You Will’ in 2003. An EP featuring four new songs was released in 2013 but did not include Christine McVie. Christine’s last album with Fleetwood Mac was ‘Time’ in 1995 but that album did not include Stevie Nicks. Christine and Stevie’s last Fleetwood Mac album together was ‘Behind The Mask’ in 1990 but that album did not include Lindsay Buckingham. The last Fleetwood Mac album to feature the iconic line-up Fleetwood, McVie, McVie and Buckingham and Nicks was ‘Tango In The Night’ in 1987.

‘The Book of Henry’ will premiere this Friday June 16 in cinemas around the world. The film stars Australia’s Naomi Watts.



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