There are kings of rock and roll and then there is the Queen of Rock and Roll, according to Rolling Stone magazine, and she is none other than Stevie Nicks. She is an American singer and songwriter who has released numerous albums with forty of her songs being ‘Top 50 hits’ and selling around 140 Million albums worldwide. She is best knows as the frontwoman of Fleetwood Mac and also for her rocking solo career. Her actual name is Stephanie Lynn and this queen of rock and roll was born in 1948. Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac in 1974 when the band was just starting work on its second album, and it was her joining the band with Buckingham that led to an even more vibrant album than before. Rumours, released in 1977, had four of its songs become US Top 10 songs with Stevie Nicks’ song, Dreams, topping the charts; the album itself grabbed the top spot in the albums chart and retained this stop for 31 weeks. This album is to this day the greatest Fleetwood Mac album and has had sales of around 40 Million copies so much so that it is regarded as the ninth best selling album of all time.
Stevie Nicks’ solo career is no less than her career with Fleetwood Mac and is in fact greater than it, if the number of Grammy Award nominations are any indication; she has been nominated for eight Grammy Awards for her solo career and five Grammy Award nominations with Fleetwood Mac. She became an inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, the highest achievement any musician could hope for, and making her a rockstar who should be viewed live on stage through Stevie Nicks tickets. Her solo career began years after joining Fleetwood Mac in 1981 with her debut album, Bella Donna, selling eight million copies. As of date, she has released seven albums with her latest album, In Your Dreams, released in 2011.
Much of Stevie Nicks early music teaching was received from her grandfather, Aaron Jess Nicks, a country musician, who taught her to sing at the age of four. Due to her father’s job, she moved around a lot and has lived in places from Phoenix to El Paso to San Francisco. Her first song was written after she received a Goya guitar as a birthday gift when she turned sixteen, and it was titled as I’ve Loved and I’ve Lost and I’m Sad But Not Blue. While in high school, she joined the band The Changing Times while studying at Arcadia High School. She met fellow Fleetwood Mac member, Lindsey Buckingham while studying at Menlo Atherton High School.
Stevie Nicks’ first band was with Buckingham and his friends, known as Fritz Fritz which was opener for popular acts of that time such as Jimi Hendrix. This band played live music from 1968 to 1972 after which it disbanded and both Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwod Mac releasing Rumours followed by Tusk in 1978. She first began her solo career by opening a record label titled as Modern Records to release her own music. She sang the song Whenever I Call You Friend alongwith Kenny Loggins in 1978 and Gold alongwith with John Stewart in 1979.
Her first solo album, Bella Donna, was released in 1981 and it topped the Billboard charts at number one. Simultaneously, she was working with Fleetwood Mac on the album Mirage which was released in 1982 and her next solo album was released in 1983, labeled as The Wild Heart in which she collaborated with Sandy Stewart. This album ranked fifth on the Billboard Albums chart and has three of its singles topping the charts as well; a chart topping debut album followed by a chart topping second album make Stevie Nicks a musician who is a ‘must see’ on stage, by simply getting Stevie Nicks tickets. Her third album Rock a Little was hardly behind; two of its singles were chart topping hits and commercially successful. She then worked on the Fleetwood Mac album, Tango in the Night, which was released in 1987 followed by yet another Fleetwood Mac album, Greatest Hits in 1988, with both albums being commercial hits.
Stevie Nicks’ fourth album, The Other Side of the Mirror was released in 1989 to commercial acclaim followed by yet another Fleetwood Mac album in 1990 after which she left Fleetwood Mac. Since then she has released a number of albums, all of them commercially successful and still performs live on stage in the same signature style and vibrancy that marked her out as a ‘best amongst the best’ singer even in her younger days. If you want to watch her live, all you have to do is to book your Stevie Nicks tickets right away as we offer you the best deals for her concerts!
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