History Music / StevieNicks

26th May '18 10:20:33 AM Premonition45
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* ChristmasCake: At 69, Nicks is single, has no children and has never been married (not counting her months-long marriage to Kim Anderson which was born out of grief more than anything). She blames her struggle to recover from drug addiction in TheEighties as ruining whatever chances she had of getting married.

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* ChristmasCake: At 69, 70, Nicks is single, has no children and has never been married (not counting her months-long marriage to Kim Anderson which was born out of grief more than anything). She blames her struggle to recover from drug addiction in TheEighties as ruining whatever chances she had of getting married.
22nd May '18 10:43:57 AM borgjones
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Stevie Nicks (b. May 26, 1948 in Phoenix, Arizona) has been the lead singer off-and-on for Music/FleetwoodMac for over three and a half decades (since New Year's Day, 1975). She has worked intermittently as a solo artist since 1981, having by far the most commercially successful solo career of any current or former Fleetwood Mac member, and also the most prolific, with seven albums (so far) of new material, two greatest-hits compilations, one box set (a mixture of greatest hits, B-sides, previously unreleased songs and demos), one album of fully-finished versions of demos created throughout her career, and one live album, as well as numerous videos.

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Stevie Stephanie Lynn "Stevie" Nicks (b. (born May 26, 1948 in Phoenix, Arizona) has been the lead singer off-and-on for Music/FleetwoodMac for over three and a half decades (since New Year's Day, 1975). She has worked intermittently as a solo artist since 1981, having by far the most commercially successful solo career of any current or former Fleetwood Mac member, and also the most prolific, with seven albums (so far) of new material, two greatest-hits compilations, one box set (a mixture of greatest hits, B-sides, previously unreleased songs and demos), one album of fully-finished versions of demos created throughout her career, and one live album, as well as numerous videos.
24th Mar '18 5:28:03 AM runfromcheney
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* NamesTheSame: "I Can't Wait" shared the charts with OneHitWonder Nu Shooz's hit single of the same name.
4th Mar '18 9:11:37 PM Pichu-kun
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** ''24 Carat Gold'' has a song titled "Mabel Normand", comparing the troubled silent film star's life to that of her own.

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** ''24 Carat Gold'' has a song titled "Mabel Normand", comparing the [[Creator/MabelNormand troubled silent film star's life life]] to that of her own.
12th Dec '17 10:56:41 AM a-little-nine-music
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* ChristmasCake: At 66, Nicks is single, has no children and has never been married (not counting her months-long marriage to Kim Anderson which was born out of grief more than anything). She blames her struggle to recover from drug addiction in TheEighties as ruining whatever chances she had of getting married.

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* ChristmasCake: At 66, 69, Nicks is single, has no children and has never been married (not counting her months-long marriage to Kim Anderson which was born out of grief more than anything). She blames her struggle to recover from drug addiction in TheEighties as ruining whatever chances she had of getting married.
30th Apr '17 10:58:09 AM nombretomado
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* CoverVersion: "[[Music/BuddyHolly Not Fade Away]]", "[[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Crash]]", "[[Music/BonnieRaitt Circle Dance]]", "[[TomPetty I Need To Know]]" and "[[Music/LedZeppelin Rock And Roll]]".

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* CoverVersion: "[[Music/BuddyHolly Not Fade Away]]", "[[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Crash]]", "[[Music/BonnieRaitt Circle Dance]]", "[[TomPetty "[[Music/TomPetty I Need To Know]]" and "[[Music/LedZeppelin Rock And Roll]]".
4th Jan '17 5:57:35 PM Schroeder1174
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* CoverVersion: "[[Music/BuddyHolly Not Fade Away]]", "[[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Crash]]", "[[Music/BonnieRaitt Circle Dance]]", [[TomPetty I Need To Know]] and "[[Music/LedZeppelin Rock And Roll]]".

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* CoverVersion: "[[Music/BuddyHolly Not Fade Away]]", "[[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Crash]]", "[[Music/BonnieRaitt Circle Dance]]", [[TomPetty "[[TomPetty I Need To Know]] Know]]" and "[[Music/LedZeppelin Rock And Roll]]".
4th Jan '17 5:56:46 PM Schroeder1174
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* CoverVersion: "[[Music/BuddyHolly Not Fade Away]]", "[[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Crash]]", "[[Music/BonnieRaitt Circle Dance]]", and "[[Music/LedZeppelin Rock And Roll]]"

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* CoverVersion: "[[Music/BuddyHolly Not Fade Away]]", "[[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Crash]]", "[[Music/BonnieRaitt Circle Dance]]", [[TomPetty I Need To Know]] and "[[Music/LedZeppelin Rock And Roll]]"Roll]]".
4th Dec '16 10:25:50 AM captainpat
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* WomanInBlack: Black is Stevie's favorite color (not surprisingly, as black is a good color choice for a blonde). She's made good use of the color to heighten her mystical, "witchy" image onstage. Her black chiffon shawls and gowns are just about as much a part of her image as her platform-sole boots.
15th Nov '16 9:03:28 PM captainpat
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* MoralGuardians: Stevie ran into trouble from some fundamentalist Christians in the 1970's and 1980's who believed she was promoting witchcraft or was in fact a practicing witch (due in part to incautious on-stage statements in which she introduced the song "Rhiannon" as being "about a Welsh witch", which is inaccurate; Rhiannon was in fact a goddess in Welsh/Celtic mythology) -- then she went and called her production company "Welsh Witch Productions" -- and due partly to [[WomanInBlack her love of the color black in her clothing]]. The hassle got so bad on the later count, in fact, that she switched around the time of ''Tusk'' to [[WomanInWhite dressing all in shades of white and cream]] for a couple of years (she's dressed in white satin and chiffon on the cover of ''Bella Donna''). For the record, she has always staunchly denied practicing witchcraft. Her cameo appearances on ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' can be seen as a TakeThat to the people who hassled her on that account back in the day.

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* MoralGuardians: Stevie ran into trouble from some fundamentalist Christians in the 1970's and 1980's who believed she was promoting witchcraft or was in fact a practicing witch (due in part to incautious on-stage statements in which she introduced the song "Rhiannon" as being "about a Welsh witch", which is inaccurate; Rhiannon was in fact a goddess in Welsh/Celtic mythology) -- then she went and called her production company "Welsh Witch Productions" -- and due partly to [[WomanInBlack her love of the color black in her clothing]].clothing. The hassle got so bad on the later count, in fact, that she switched around the time of ''Tusk'' to [[WomanInWhite dressing all in shades of white and cream]] for a couple of years (she's dressed in white satin and chiffon on the cover of ''Bella Donna''). For the record, she has always staunchly denied practicing witchcraft. Her cameo appearances on ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' can be seen as a TakeThat to the people who hassled her on that account back in the day.
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