Welcome to Iconic: Stevie Nicks your fan source for singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks. Stevie is well known as one of the lead singers of British/American band Fleetwood Mac. You may also know her from her solo work from such hits as Edge of Seventeen and Stand Back. In 1998 she was given the honor of being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Fleetwood Mac. She appeared in the hit show American Horror Story: Coven && recently returned for Apocalypse. In 2019 she was inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame for the 2nd time for her solo work, the first woman to do so.

Today it was released through Stevie’s official social media that in honor of her 2nd induction into the Rock Hall of Fame a solo compilation will be released on March 29th (3/29). The compilation will be available in a 1 CD or 3 CD version as well as a 6 Vinyl collection. The collection will include her hits over the yearsEdge of Seventeen, Stand Back and somer her lesser known songs Gold, Blue Lamp as well as a CD with Live versions of her songs along with duets with Lady Antebellum, Lana Del Rey, and Leann Rimes. Check out the Article Below.

“The life and career of Stevie Nicks is almost mythical. From her pre-Fleetwood Mac days and the cherished Buckingham Nicks album recorded before she and Lindsey joined the band, which of course helped make Fleetwood Mac the rock and roll institution it remains to this day, she’s an integral part of music history.

As such, she owns the rare designation of being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame two times — with her second, this time as a solo artist, coming up this spring. With plenty of reason to celebrate, Rhino Records has put together a new collection of music from throughout Nicks’ career.

Stand Back: 1981 – 2017 will pull from ” … a variety of new releases that celebrate her solo career with essential recordings chosen from studio albums, live performances, and soundtrack contributions, plus several of her most-celebrated collaborations with artists including Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Don Henley, Lana Del Rey, and Lady Antebellum.”

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Renee   Feb 23, 2019