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Updated: Jul 24, 2023

In March, Amazon Prime Video released a new series called Daisy Jones & the Six based on the New York Times best-selling novel with the same title. It's the story of a rock band since their foundation, rise to the top, and intriguing end after a sold-out show. No, I'm not giving any spoilers here, and that's the real deal that got me to watch this series. I am the kind of person who is constantly listening to music — while knitting, washing the dishes, driving… well, almost all the time.

If you are a big fan of good old rock music like me, you've got to grab your knitflix project and sit comfortably to appreciate the music and, of course, the dramas and turbulence that come with many of the stories of rock bands.

Daisy Jones & the Six

Their songs resemble Fleetwood Mac, and Daisy Jones has a Florence Welch "70s vibe", at least in my opinion. I didn't know that Fleetwood Mac's story inspired the book before I stumbled upon an article on the web. I searched online if there will be a second season, but it remains a mystery.

Despite the fact there's a lot of sex, drugs, and alcohol involved, we expect those things to happen, and it's not something we should focus on. If you’ve ever heard about the 1970s, you know that people often wore handmade clothes and decorated their homes with DIY objects. I only watched two episodes until now, but I have noticed, right in the first one, Daisy wearing a crochet top at a party, some granny squares, and macrame here and there. This shows us how handmade never goes out of style.

I have another eight episodes to watch and can't wait to see what caused the band's end, and I want to know if I can find more handmade pieces. I sometimes get distracted by this "Where is Waldo?" hobby of mine. Is there anyone who does that too?


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