Stevie Nicks has cast her spell on millions of fans for decades both in Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist, and next week will see her take a bow on her own at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Stevie Nicks will make history on March 29 when she officially becomes the first woman to be a double inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This, of course, leads to the obvious question: Who's next?
Well...Lindsey Buckingham’s story of how he was ousted from Fleetwood Mac sure is interesting! Then again, should any of us expect anything less from one of the most tumultuously dramatic bands in history?
All too often, whenever a member of a popular band member tries to break away and put out a solo project, the result isn’t very favorable. Stevie Nicks, however, is a very notable exception, and with the release of her debut solo album Bella Donna, she proved she can be just as strong on her…
The incomparable Stevie Nicks celebrates her birthday today (May 26), and while she’s in the process of prepping for Fleetwood Mac's tour, Nicks has a long history of collaborating with a variety of artists.