Stevie Nicks, the American singer-songwriter and former Fleetwood Mac star, is suffering from pneumonia and the fly. Stevie Nicks has been forced to cancel numerous upcoming appearances having been advised to stay in bed and rest.
Nicks, who releases her seventh studio album 'In Your Dreams' today (3rd April 2011), has been ordered by a doctor to "rest and not fly". The illness means she will no longer being making appearances on NBC's 'Today' show or Fox's 'Good Day New York'. The 62-year-old was also scheduled to perform at a star-studded concert thrown by Reprise Records at Webster Hall on Wednesday (4th April 2011) but the show has now been cancelled. Nicks said in a statement, "I want to apologize to all my fans and hope that we can reschedule and of course I hope you love the new album. It's for you". 'In Your Dreams' is the singer's first solo album for ten years. The record has been produced by Eurththmics star Dave Stewart and features appearances from Mick Fleetwood and Mike Rowe.
Stevie Nicks performed 'Stand Back' from the new album on 'The Ellen Degeneres Show' back in January 2011. She recently toured with Rod Stewart on his 'Heart and Soul Tour' and has live dates scheduled for Albuquerque and Las Vegas later this month.