Listen to Nickel Creek's version of Fleetwood Mac's "Steal Your Heart Away" from their upcoming covers album, 'Watkins Family Hour.'
This Sunday (Feb. 15), Saturday Night Live will celebrate its 40th anniversary with an epic, three-hour special.
If the opening credits to Showtime's new series, 'The Affair,' strangely transport you back to 1997, there's a good reason for that: Fiona Apple wrote the song the title song.
If you're lucky enough to catch Blake Mills on his current tour in support of 'Heigh Ho,' you might be treated to a cameo by none other than Fiona Apple.
Missing Fiona Apple? Well, if you happen to live in France, you'll soon get a chance to see more of her. According to Tecco Apple (a Brazilian website dedicated to . . . well, we're not really sure, but it could be Fiona Apple), the singer-songwriter will appear in one episode of a new French TV show called 'H-Man.'
Hitting the road earlier this year for her first tour in five years (and supporting her first album in seven), Fiona Apple must've been thrilled with how things were going -- until a fateful day in September, when, during a routine stop of her tour bus in the Texas border town of Sierra Blanca, she was busted for possession of hash. Apple spent a night behind bars following her Sept. 21 arrest and later posted a somewhat confusing rant about her treatment by certain officers at the Hudspeth County Jail.