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A Duet with Louise Post, Nina Gordon Called Me "Dude"

coolrockboy:

I’m a passionate music fan and supporter of the arts. It makes it that much better when the artist acknowledges the support and reciprocates the love. I consider myself to be very fortunate with respect to both the acknowledgement and reciprocation. The artist-fan relationship can be a powerful.

My itch to pick up a guitar was triggered by two bands:

I’M SHARING THIS EVERYWHERE ON HERE!!! I’m utterly ecstatic for him/you out there!! OMGOSH!! I ADORE VS, LOUISE, NINA, ETC!!! I would have probably been hospitalized though… HEHE 

little-angry-girl:

Veruca Salt!!!

little-angry-girl:

Veruca Salt!!!

Running Through The Garden
Fleetwood Mac

crystalline-:

Running Through the Garden // Stevie Nicks

"Never did I mean to

Imprison you

Here in my garden

Like I am imprisoned

All the love I have for your life

All the love I have for your life

Turn around”

delcatty-senpai:

trapprincesus:

yikes:

god i fucking miss her

R.I.P. baby

WHAT WHEN DID SHE DIE HOW DID I MISS THIS

(Source: ultr4violet-us)

kushandwizdom:

Teen quotes

kushandwizdom:

Teen quotes

(Source: weheartit.com)

maryfrancesgualandri:

For this rainy ‪#‎FleetwoodMacFriday‬, I’m spotlighting who I consider to be the core of the band, the talented and beautiful Stevie Nicks. She’s contributed so many great songs to the band, including “Landslide,” “Rhiannon,” and the Mac’s only number one, “Dreams.” Besides that, she also maintains a successful solo career boasting such hits as “Edge of Seventeen,” “Leather and Lace” with the Eagles’ Don Henley, and my personal favorite “If Anyone Falls.” To this day, she remains the face of Fleetwood Mac as well as the voice and author of some of their greatest hits.

(Source: fyeahjoanjett)

Words of wisdom from Amy Poehler

(Source: lyceck)

nevver:

Hedi Xadt

centuriespast:

Rustam Kills a Demon
Attributed to Mahesha, Indian, active c. 1570 - 1590
Made in Delhi, India, Mughal Dynasty (1526-1858)
c. 1575
Opaque watercolor and gold on paper
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

Rustam Kills a Demon

Attributed to Mahesha, Indian, active c. 1570 - 1590

Made in Delhi, India, Mughal Dynasty (1526-1858)

c. 1575

Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Philadelphia Museum of Art