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01st Jun 2015

One Of The Best… Six Of Stevie Nicks’ Greatest Moments

The legendary singer recently turned 67.


Stevie Nicks turned 67 last week and was serenaded by stars including Florence Welsh and Adele at the opening night of Fleetwood Mac’s UK tour.

The legendary singer will perform at Dublin’s 02 this summer so we decided to look back on some of her finest moments…

Fleetwood Mac – Rhiannon

Nicks is understood that to have written this famous track after reading the book Triad by Mary Leader and she has explained that it is about a woman who believes she is being possessed by the spirit of a woman named Rhiannon.

Fleetwood Mac – Say You Will

This 2003 album was the first Fleetwood Mac release to reach the top three since Mirage in 1982 and their first written without departing member Christine McVie.

Fleetwood Mac – Gypsy

This song was originally written by Nicks in 1980 and had been destined for her first solo album, although it was eventually released as part of Mirage. It is believed to have been inspired by her lifestyle before the success and fame of Fleetwood Mac.

Fleetwood Mac – Gold Dust Woman

Inspired by her cocaine use and tempestuous relationship with Lindsey Buckingham, this was one of the tracks on the iconic Rumours album.

Fleetwood Mac – Dreams

One of the most poignant love songs ever written, Dreams expressed the pain of Nicks’ declining relationship with Buckingham – which famously fell apart during the recording of Rumours.

Fleetwood Mac – Seven Wonders

Taken from 1987 album Tango In The Night, this track featured in the opening of the season finale of American Horror Story: Coven.