“I wish Christine [McVie] could have seen it,” the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman said of the Prime Video series
For Stevie Nicks, the story of Daisy Jones and the Six hit very close to home.
The ‘Edge of Seventeen’ singer, 75, revealed she’s been streaming the Prime Video series based on the book, which is loosely inspired by her own band, Fleetwood Mac, twice.
‘Just finished watching [Daisy Jones & the Six] for the 2nd time,” Nicks wrote on Instagram on Tuesday alongside a photo of the series’ titular band performing on stage.
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“It wasn’t really my story at first, but [Riley Keough] seamless, quickly became my story,” wrote the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman.
“It brought back memories that made me feel like a ghost watching my own story,” she continued. “It was very emotional for me.”
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The “Landslide” singer added that she wished her late bandmate and longtime friend, Christine McVie, was still alive to watch Daisy Jones.
“Wish Christine could have seen it,” she wrote, adding that “she would have loved it.”
After McVie’s death in November, Nicks honored the legendary keyboardist with a handwritten note, which she signed: “See you on the other side, my love. Don’t forget me.”
Along with her stamp of approval, Nicks also submitted a cryptic request for a second season of Daisy Joneswriting, “Hopefully it will continue…”
Keough, 34 – who recently received an Emmy nomination for her performance as the titular Nicks-inspired rocker – expressed her gratitude and shock with a series of emojis, commenting: “😍😍😍😱😱😱😱😱🙏🙏🙏🙏 🙏.”
Actress Camila Morrone, who also received a nomination for her performance in the limited series, sent her love to the singer-songwriter and commented on several heart emojis.
Reese Witherspoon, whose company Hello Sunshine produced the series, commented, “Oh my stars, Stevie!! ✨This means the world to the whole [Daisy Jones & the Six] team! Thanks for cutting the path!”
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Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s novel of the same name, Daisy Jones and the Six follows the epic rise and fall of a fictional 1970s rock band – and the forbidden romance between the lead singers.
The Fleetwood Mac-inspired band consists of singers Daisy Jones (Keough) and Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin), keyboardist Karen Sirko (Suki Waterhouse), guitarist Graham Dunne (Will Harrison), drummer Warren Rojas (Sebastian Chacon) and bassist Eddie Roundtree ( Josh Whitehouse). Morrone plays Billy’s wife, Camila Dunne.
And while the 10-episode series, which premiered in March, is far from non-fiction, it wouldn’t exist without Nicks and her infamous on-again-off-again romance with Fleetwood Mac bandmate Lindsey Buckingham.
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In a 2019 blog post, Jenkins Reid shared that much of the inspiration for the novel came from Nicks and Buckingham’s post-breakup interactions on stage, particularly their 1997 performances of “Landslide” and epic breakup ballad “Silver Springs.”
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The Daisy Jones author wrote: “…when I decided I wanted to write a book about rock ‘n’ roll, I kept coming back to that moment when Lindsey saw Stevie sing ‘Landslide’. How it looked like two people in love. And yet we will never really know what lived between them.
“I wanted to write a story about that, about how the lines between real life and performance can blur, about how singing about old wounds can keep them fresh.”
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As Keough prepared to step into the Nicks-inspired shoes of Daisy Jones, she told PEOPLE that she studied legendary musicians like Linda Ronstadt and Nicks — who has now praised her performance — but ended up bringing the fictional rocker herself.
“I did my own thing,” she said.
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