It was darn nigh impossible for women in rock in the '70s. There wasn't a mold if you were a woman and you were in the entertainment in the '70s. You were probably a disco diva or a folk singer, or simply ornamental. Radio would play only one woman per hour.
I'm a little bit more unusual so I consider myself as the black sheep.
Heart has always been a rock band. It's always been hard-rock.
Fleetwood Mac are more like a folk-rock band.
People can't just listen to the music and have their own imagination and take them where they wanna go.
You have to also provide a video for it, look a certain way and big hair... If you're a woman it's even more strange with fake fingernails and corsets and all this stuff that was big in the 80s.
Back when we were first making records, you didn't just make the music, you put a great deal of energy into the way it looked, and every word that was written on the whole thing.
We're not like Alice In Chains where somebody dies and the band breaks up.
I've got two sisters and they're both married and they're both much more settled into the way things are.
No way, because there's love relationships, there's sex relationships and then there's the band.
I don't think we ever clash but we do become frosty.
Led Zeppelin, you can't find a better band to pay homage to.
I don't think we will use the 80s glossy sound again.
I like the way remixes sound. Some of them are really creative.
I guess we decided to make a new record 3 years ago when Nancy was done scoring for Almost Famous.
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