Published May 15, 2014Proving that life begins at 65, veteran songwriter Stevie Nicks has revealed that she has a new album on the way, in addition to her plans with Fleetwood Mac. Her tentatively titled LP 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault is expected out in October through Reprise Records/Warner Bros.
As Billboard reports, the album consists of new recordings of non-album archival material. Nicks apparently recorded 18 songs in just three weeks in Nashville; during the BMI Pop Awards in Los Angeles on May 13, she said that this is the "fastest I have ever recorded." Further sessions will take place in Los Angeles.
She additionally told the Associated Press, "We went onto YouTube and we found all the songs that, somehow, were taken from my house or picked up or loaned out or whatever." She added that some of the material dates back as far as 1969.
The album is being co-produced by Nicks, along with Dave Stewart and Waddy Wachtel.
This isn't the only forthcoming album that Nicks fans have to look forward to, since Fleetwood Mac have announced that they're working on new recordings. The group also have a tour planned.