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 also appeared on Television including Up All Night, and most notably in American Horror Story. 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.

‘White Witch’ Stevie Nicks Drops Mesmerizing Performance of ‘Gypsy’ on ‘AHS: Apocalypse’

‘White Witch’ Stevie Nicks Drops Mesmerizing Performance of ‘Gypsy’ on ‘AHS: Apocalypse’

Towle Road   |   Written by Andy Towle


Stevie Nicks turned in her third witchy performance on last night’s American Horror Story: Apocalypse, delivering a captivating rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s Gypsy to the other witches and warlocks.

ET reports on Nicks’ long association with witchcraft: ‘During the rise of her stardom, Nicks was plagued by one sort-of rumor, sort-of frequently asked question: “Is Stevie Nicks a witch?” The notion gained so much traction that a fair number of people came to believe that Nicks had actually practiced witchcraft. Several of Nicks’ songs, “Rhiannon” in particular, seem to indicate that she took her music and distinct fashion style a step or two further into the realm of magic. Yet, Nicks never called herself a witch or claimed to dabble in the dark arts. After a few years of actively changing her appearance and style to thwart the label, Nicks decided to stop acknowledging the association altogether. So, decades later, when the singer appeared on American Horror Story: Coven in 2013, it was quite a surprise. Though Nicks has moved on since the rumor’s heyday — at one point, she thought her life might be in danger because of it — it was shocking to see her to embrace it for AHS creator Ryan Murphy.’

Renee   Nov 2, 2018