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Is ‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ Based on Fleetwood Mac? What to Know

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Alexa, play Rumours by Fleetwood Mac … followed by Aurora by Daisy Jones & the Six.Years before Daisy Jones & the Six became a series for Amazon, author Taylor Jenkins Reid opened up about the inspiration behind her beloved characters, giving credit to former Fleetwood Mac band members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.In a post for production company Hello Sunshine, Reid recalled seeing a performance of “Landslide” when Fleetwood Mac: The Dance (a TV special) re-aired on MTV when she was 13 years old.“As the song was coming to an end, Stevie and Lindsey moved closer to one another, smiling tenderly, maybe even a little bit wistfully.

Lindsey stopped strumming for a moment and Stevie let it fly as he watched from the sideline. And for one split second — truly, a slice of a moment — Lindsey put his fist under his chin and looked at Stevie as if she was a miracle,” Reid wrote. “And I thought, ‘Oh, they’re in love with each other.’ I did not think it in any sort of revelatory way.

It didn’t even seem like that big of a realization. It just seemed obvious.”When Reid learned that the two musicians hadn’t been in a relationship for decades at the time of the performance, she was shocked.

Years later, she watched the full Fleetwood Mac: The Dance TV special on YouTube and sought a better understanding of the complicated dynamic between Nicks and Buckingham.“When I decided I wanted to write a book about rock ‘n’ roll, I kept coming back to that moment when Lindsey watched Stevie sing ‘Landslide.’ How it looked so much like two people in love.

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