Singer, pianist, and tambourine player who came into prominence with Fleetwood Mac after writing the classic song "Landslide." Nicks broke the record for most Grammy Award nominations for a female rock artist.
She had trouble pronouncing Stephanie as a baby, pronouncing it as "tee-dee," which is the origin of her stage name, Stevie. She was introduced to music by her grandfather, who was a country singer.
After debuting with the #1 solo album Bella Donna, Rolling Stone magazine named her The Reigning Queen of Rock and Roll.
She married Kim Anderson on January 29, 1983 and they divorced in April 1984.
She recorded Trouble in Shangri-La with Sheryl Crow in 2001.