Stevie Nicks


Stevie Nicks Trivia


  • Trivia

    • Stevie was ranked #98 in Rolling Stone magazine's "100 Greatest Singers".

    • Album: In Your Dreams

      Release Date: May 3, 2011

      Label: Reprise


      "Secret Love"-3:15

      "For What It's Worth"-4:32

      "In Your Dreams"-3:58

      "Wide Sargasso Sea"-5:36

      "New Orleans"-5:34

      "Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream)"-5:26

      "Annabel Lee"-5:58

      "Soldier's Angel" (with Lindsey Buckingham)-5:16

      "Everybody Loves You" (with Dave Stewart)-5:16

      "Ghosts Are Gone"-6:06

      "You May Be The One"-5:26

      "Italian Summer"-4:38

      "Cheaper Than Free" (with Dave Stewart)-3:38

    • Stevie sang backup vocals on Walter Egan's "Magnet & Steel" from Egan's 1978 album Not Shy.

    • Stevie dated The Eagles' drummer/vocalist Don Henley from 1976-1978.

    • Greatest Hits Album: Crystal Visions - The Very Best of Stevie Nicks
      Release Date: March 27, 2007
      Label: Reprise
      "Edge of Seventeen" – 5:29
      "I Can't Wait" – 4:35
      "Sorcerer" – 4:54
      "If Anyone Falls" – 4:07
      "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" – 4:02
      "Silver Springs" – 4:45
      "Dreams (Deep Dish Club mix)" – 3:46
      "Rhiannon (Live)" – 7:01
      "Rooms on Fire" – 4:34
      "Talk to Me" – 4:10
      "Landslide" – 4:14
      "Stand Back" – 4:48
      "Planets of the Universe" – 4:45
      "Rock and Roll" (Live) – 4:03
      "Leather and Lace" – 3:54
      "Edge of Seventeen (Live)" – 9:14

    • Album: Trouble in Shangri-La
      Released: May 1, 2001
      Label: Reprise
      "Trouble in Shangri-La" – 4:50
      "Candlebright" – 4:41
      "Sorcerer" – 4:55
      "Planets of the Universe" – 4:46
      "Every Day" – 3:36
      "Too Far from Texas" – 3:48
      "That Made Me Stronger" – 4:19
      "It's Only Love" – 3:31
      "Love Changes" – 4:23
      "I Miss You" – 4:15
      "Bombay Sapphires" – 4:05
      "Fall from Grace" – 4:31
      "Love Is" – 4:30

    • Box Set Album: Enchanted: The Works of Stevie Nicks
      Release Date: April 28, 1998
      Label: Atlantic
      "Enchanted" - 3:05
      "Outside the Rain" - 4:17
      "After the Glitter Fades" - 3:27
      "Wild Heart" - 6:08
      "Leather and Lace" - 3:55
      "Garbo" - 3:28
      "Stand Back" - 4:56
      "Nightbird" - 4:59
      "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" - 4:02
      "Beauty and the Beast" - 6:02
      "Kind of Woman" - 3:08
      "If Anyone Falls" - 4:07
      "One More Big Time Rock & Roll Star" - 4:23
      "Blue Denim" - 4:10
      "Bella Donna" - 5:18
      "Edge of Seventeen" [Live] - 8:07
      "Street Angel" - 4:09
      "Rock a Little (Go Ahead Lily)" - 3:39
      "I Sing for the Things" - 3:45
      "Rooms on Fire" - 4:30
      "I Can't Wait" [Extended Rock Mix] - 5:57
      "Two Kinds of Love" - 4:48
      "The Highwayman" - 4:49
      "Rose Garden" - 4:28
      "Talk to Me" - 4:12
      "Destiny" - 4:35
      "Ooh My Love" - 5:02
      "Desert Angel" - 5:21
      "Whole Lotta Trouble" - 4:26
      "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You" - 4:35
      "Twisted" [Demo version] - 3:28
      "Long Distance Winner" - 4:50
      "Thousand Days" - 5:15
      "Battle of the Dragon" - 5:11
      "Gold" - 4:26
      "Free Fallin'" - 5:37
      "It's Late" [Demo version] - 2:10
      "Violet and Blue" - 5:03
      "Whenever I Call You Friend" - 3:59
      "Sweet Girl" [Demo version] - 4:31
      "Blue Lamp" - 3:48
      "Gold and Braid" [Live] - 4:09
      "Reconsider Me" [Outtake] - 3:25
      "Somebody Stand By Me" - 5:06
      "Sleeping Angel" - 4:39
      "Rhiannon" [Piano Version] - 6:39

    • Album: Street Angel
      Release Date: May 23, 1994
      Label: Modern
      "Blue Denim" – 4:24
      "Greta" – 4:21
      "Street Angel" – 4:10
      "Docklands" – 4:48
      "Listen to the Rain" – 4:34
      "Destiny" – 5:01
      "Unconditional Love" – 3:22
      "Love Is Like a River" – 4:44
      "Rose Garden" – 4:29
      "Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind" – 4:19
      "Just Like a Woman" – 3:51
      "Kick It" – 4:25
      "Jane" – 4:59

    • Greatest Hits Album: Timespace - The Best of Stevie Nicks
      Release Date: September 3, 1991
      Label: Atlantic / Wea
      "Sometimes it's a Bitch" - 4:37
      "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" - 4:04
      "Whole Lotta Trouble" - 4:30
      "Talk to Me" - 4:10
      "Stand Back" - 4:56
      "Beauty and the Beast" - 6:04
      "If Anyone Falls" - 4:07
      "Rooms On Fire" - 4:39
      "Love's a Hard Game to Play" - 5:02
      "Edge of Seventeen" - 5:27
      "Leather and Lace" - 3:48
      "I Can't Wait" - 4:36
      "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You" - 4:37
      "Desert Angel" - 5:21

    • Album: The Other Side of the Mirror
      Release Date: May 11, 1989
      Label: Modern
      "Rooms on Fire" – 4:30
      "Long Way to Go" – 4:06
      "Two Kinds of Love" – 4:48
      "Ooh My Love" – 5:02
      "Ghosts" – 4:45
      "Whole Lotta Trouble" – 4:58
      "Fire Burning" – 3:16
      "Cry Wolf" – 4:12
      "Alice" – 5:50
      "Juliet" – 4:55
      "Doing The Best I Can (Escape From Berlin)" – 5:53
      "I Still Miss Someone (Blue Eyes)" – 4:08

    • Album: Rock a Little
      Release Date: October 25, 1985
      Label: Modern
      "I Can't Wait" – 4:37
      "Rock a Little (Go Ahead Lily)" – 3:39
      "Sister Honey" – 3:50
      "I Sing for the Things" – 3:45
      "Imperial Hotel" – 2:53
      "Some Become Strangers" – 3:30
      "Talk to Me" – 4:10
      "The Nightmare" – 5:23
      "If I Were You" – 4:31
      "No Spoken Word" – 4:14
      "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You" – 4:34

    • Album: The Wild Heart
      Release Date: June 10, 1983
      Label: Modern
      "Wild Heart" – 6:08
      "If Anyone Falls" – 4:07
      "Gate and Garden" – 4:05
      "Enchanted" – 3:05
      "Nightbird" – 4:59
      "Stand Back" – 4:18
      "I Will Run to You" – 3:21
      "Nothing Ever Changes" – 4:09
      "Sable on Blond" – 4:13
      "Beauty and the Beast" – 6:02

    • Album: Bella Donna
      Release Date: July 27, 1981
      Label: Modern
      "Bella Donna" – 5:18
      "Kind of Woman" - 3:08
      "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" - 4:02
      "Think About It" - 3:33
      "After the Glitter Fades" – 3:27
      "Edge of Seventeen" – 5:28
      "How Still My Love" – 3:51
      "Leather and Lace" – 3:55
      "Outside the Rain" – 4:17
      "The Highwayman" – 4:49

    • Stevie is good friends and collaborator with actor/crooner Chris Isaak.

    • Stevie collects Paradise tea, Jasmine candles, and Nag Champa incense, and dolls.

    • Stevie's favorite movies are Jean Cocteau's 1946 film La Belle et la Bete also known as Beauty and the Beast, Julia, and Mary, Queen of Scots.

    • Stevie's favorite books are: A Course in Miracles 3 volumes by Helen Schuman, Sacred Symbols of the Ancients by Edith L. Randall, In God's Way by a psychic, Diary of a Drug Fiend by Aleister Crowley, Ceremony of the Innocent by Taylor Caldwell, and Vindication by Frances Sherwood

    • Stevie wrote the song "Silver Springs" for Fleetwood Mac's biggest-selling album Rumours, but song was cut out of the final release. Years later, she asked Mick Fleetwood if she could use the song for her "best of" solo compilation (Timespace - The Best of Stevie Nicks), but Mick wouldn't give her the rights. This eventually led her to (temporarily) leave the band. Ironically, for the reunion tour in 1998 (The Dance) the band was nominated for a Grammy®..the nominated song "Silver Springs".

    • Discography: 1981 - Bella Donna 1983 - The Wild Heart 1985 - Rock a Little 1989 - The Other Side of the Mirror 1991 - Timespace - The Best of Stevie Nicks 1994 - Street Angel 1998 - Enchanted 2001 - Trouble in Shangri-La 2007 - Crystal Visions: The Very Best of Stevie Nicks 2011 - In Your Dreams

    • Stevie was ranked #23 on VH1's 50 Greatest Women of the Video Era.

    • The Brooklyn Alternative Rock group The Hold Steady had a song on the sixth track called "Stevie Nix" from their 2005 album Separation Sunday.

    • Stevie was named one of Us magazine's "The Queens of Rock" in 1978.

    • Stevie got a restraining order against Ronald Anacelteo, a schizophrenic fan, in July 1998, who believed that she is a witch who could heal him from his homosexuality and possessed a spiritual healing power that would enable him to get along with others and find a woman to marry. He showed up at her Denver concert. Anacelteo says he wanted to kidnap the Fleetwood Mac vocalist and get her pregnant. Anacelteo claims that he had been following her since the 1970's. Anacelteo was barred from all future Nicks concerts, veunues, and from hanging around her Los Angeles home.

    • Stevie was ranked #5 on Celebrity Sleuth magazine's "The 25 Sexiest Women of 1992" in 1992.

    • Stevie was mentioned on the song "Not Even Stevie Nicks" by Calexico, the Indie band from Tucson. This song is from their 2003 album Feast of Wire.

    • Stevie was parodied by Lucy Lawless on Saturday Night Live in the "Stevie Nicks' Fajita Round-Up" sketch in 1998.

    • Stevie was named one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in 1998.

    • British punk group The Rotters released a song called "Sit On My Face, Stevie Nicks" as their first single in 1978 which was banned by radio stations.

    • Stevie's favorite T.V. shows are General Hospital, One Life To Live, The Muppet Show, Miami Vice, and Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    • Stevie was married to Kim Anderson from January 1983 to April 1984.

    • Stevie was used as the template for the "Pokémon" character, Jynx.

    • She measures a 34 1/2B-24-35.

    • She is good friends and collaborator with Singer/Songwriter Sheryl Crow.

    • She was ranked #52 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.

    • Stevie Nicks is 5' 1½" (1.56 m) tall.

    • She was ranked #14 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll.

  • Quotes

    • Stevie: (in 2009 on rumors that troubled star Lindsay Lohan wants to portray her in a movie) Over my dead body! She needs to stop doing drugs and get a grip. Then maybe we'll talk.

    • Stevie: "Gypsy" is about um ...going back to the gypsy that I was prior to Fleetwood Mac.

    • Stevie: I spent thousands of dollars on beautiful black clothes and had to stop wearing them for a long time because a lot of people scared me. And that's really unfair to me, I think, for people - other people - to conjure up their ideas of what I am or what I believe in.

    • Stevie: I have no idea what precipitated those rumors...I am not a witch. Get a life!

    • Stevie: Madonna is too old to be kissing someone who is 22. Britney and Christina should wear more clothes and try writing some decent songs.

    • Stevie: When I joined Fleetwood Mac, I didn't think I was a lead singer. I have a strange voice, a hard voice to get accepted, that's why I always considered myself a writer and not a singer. Only in the last couple of years have I begun to think I could sing.

    • Stevie: I think if you are really into words and poetry and situations of life, there is always a little kiss of sadness on everything you do, It's just the kind of person I am. I always look carefully beneath the outward appearance of things.
      I want to know what's really going on in somebody's heart.

    • Stevie: The truly incredible thing is we're realizing that you can perform a two and a half hour gig without being high and still have a fantastic time.

    • Stevie: You know, the man of my dreams might walk round the corner tomorrow. I'm older and wiser and I think I'd make a great girlfriend. I live in the realm of romantic possibility.

    • Stevie: My other family is Fleetwood Mac. I don't need the money, but there's an emotional need for me to go on the road again. There's a love there, we're a band of brothers.

    • Stevie: Singing is the love of my life, but I was ready to give it all up because I couldn't handle people talking about how fat I was.

    • Stevie: Right now I'm not involved with anybody, but I hope by 75 I will be again.

    • Stevie: Rock and menopause do not mix. It is not good, it sucks and every day I fight it to the death, or, at the very least, not let it take me over.

    • Stevie: In comparison to the eight years I spent on Klonopin, the cocaine and brandy wins hands down. If you are ever in a drugstore and they put you on Klonopin, run out of there screaming.

    • Stevie: If you have stage fright, it never goes away. But then I wonder: is the key to that magical performance because of the fear?

    • Stevie: I made a conscious decision that I was not going to have children. I didn't want others raising them, and looking after them myself would get in the way of being a musician and writer.

    • Stevie: I am pretty fearless, and you know why? Because I don't handle fear very well, I'm not a good terrified person.

    • Stevie: Even in my really bad, drugged-out days, I didn't go away. I still toured, still did interviews. I never gave up the fight. That's why I'm who I am today, because I didn't leave. And I think I made the right choice.

    • Stevie: Do you want to be an artist and a writer, or a wife and a lover? With kids, your focus changes. I don't want to go to PTA meetings.

    • Stevie: By the time I was five, I was a little diva.

    • Stevie: Sara is my most personal song. It's about myself, and what all of us in Fleetwood Mac were going through at the time. The true version of that song is 16 minutes long. It's a saga with many verses people haven't heard.

    • Stevie: All the characters in my songs, the Gypsies, the Saras, they're all me. But they're all different sides of me.

    • Stevie: Dreams was about Lindsey and I, it was me trying to be philosophic once again, whether or not I succeeded I don't know. I love the song Dreams. I never get tired of singing it.

    • Stevie: I wrote Landslide for Lindsey for him, about him. It's dear to both of us because it's about us. We're out there singing about our lives.

    • Stevie: Rhiannon is the heavy-duty song to sing every night. On stage it's really a mind tripper. Everybody, including me, is just blitzed by the end of it. And I put out so much in that song that I'm nearly down. There's something to that song that touches people. I don't know what it is but I'm really glad it happened.

    • Stevie: I've never thought about where I fit in pop culture. If I did, I'd get paranoid, and then I'd be afraid, and I don't do well with fear. I have to believe people will like Trouble In Shangri-La, because this record is my heart and soul, everything I've wanted to say over the last 10 years.

    • Stevie: I wouldn't like to be in movies. Movie people are strange. They live a different life than musicians do. And I really think they're much wilder than we are. One time, four movie guys walked up to me at a party after a show. I was looking good. And they took me apart with their eyes. The hair on my arms stood up.