Nick’s continued to add deeper levels to the tune which laid the foundation for what “Rhiannon” became. 

She goes on to say that “Rhiannon was the goddess of steeds and the maker of birds. Her three birds sang music and when something was happening in war you would see Rhiannon come riding in on a horse.”  

The roots of Rhiannon were deeper than Stevie Nicks imagined, the vocalist later admitting she believed it was not by chance she picked up the book. 

24 Karat Gold Tour

According to some reports, the Fleetwood Mac singer credits “Rhiannon” to bibliomancy, which is a mystical practice dating back to the 1700s.  This belief holds that if a book is picked up and opened to a page at random, the first word or sentence seen will reveal something very important.

Stevie Nick’s song, Rhiannon, is one of many classic songs on a huge list of musical greats.   Rhiannon is sure to part of the set-list for the upcoming Stevie Nick’s 24 Karat Gold tour. Unbelievably, the story of Stevie Nick’s “Rhiannon” began by the legendary singer stumbling upon a paperback book over four decades ago. The wonderful song has been with us since then and we all look forward to her great tour coming soon.  Our good friend Rhiannon will meet us at the show.