Stevie spoke to BBC London 94.9 FM correspondent Robert Elms to promote the London premiere of her documentary In Your Dreams, which screens at the Curzon Mayfair Cinema on Monday. The interview was taped on Wednesday morning and aired a day later. Stevie talked enthusiastically about the In Your Dreams album recording process, which involved album co-producer Dave Stewart.
Stevie's 1994 performance of "Blue Denim" on Late Night with David Letterman proved more than anything that she was rock and roll survivor, fabulously crimped hair and all! READ MORE.
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