How Stevie Nicks helped Vanessa Carlton deal with 'A Thousand Miles' popularity

I cantanti sono così vicini che Nicks, 72, ha aiutato Carlton, 40, venire a patti con quanto è grande la sua canzone di successo “Mille Miglia” è diventato dopo che è caduto dentro 2001.

While appearing on the PEOPLE Every Day podcast with Janine Rubenstein, Carlton revealed some sage advice Nicks gave her.

Stevie Nicks, I have the great honor of calling her a very dear friend of mine — she’s really my mentor —and she said to me, this was years ago, lei disse, ‘Vanessa, do you think there is any show that I play that I’m not playingLandslide”?'” Carlton recalled.


Il “White Housessinger confessed the conversation completely changed herperspectiveabout performing the popular song.

Singer Vanessa Carlton released "Mille Miglia" nel 2001.

Singer Vanessa Carlton released “Mille Miglia” nel 2001. (Cindy Ord/Getty Images)

If you’re going to get on a stage, you are doing a service,” Carlton explained. “You are meant to give yourself and create a show and give people an experience, in addition to having your own experience. Sai cosa intendo? So I think that that’s really what I was able to do.

“Mille Miglia” was the top song from Carlton’s debut albumBe Not Nobodyand earned her a song of the year Grammy nomination among two others.

The Broadway star also confessed that she penned the tune for a crush she had while attending Julliard who later became afamous actor” ed è “purposefullynot attaching a genderto the person.

It’s just about a crush I had when I was a teenager,” lei disse. “And I guess this has made some news cycles because I’ve never mentionedthe specific story, suppongo. I won’t really go into specifics, but it is about somebody who’s now very famous. Così, I can’t ever say. I never want to share it.

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