It has been announced today through numerous news sources including Stevie’s social media accounts that she has been nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Via USA Today:
“Stevie Nicks is also nominated for induction for the first time as a solo artist, having previously been welcomed into the Rock Hall in 1998 as a member of legendary rock group Fleetwood Mac. If she makes the cut when the 2019 class is announced in December, Nicks will become the first female artist to join the Hall a second time.
Starting Oct. 9, the public can visit rockhall.com to cast their votes for who they would like to see in the Class of 2019. Voting ends Dec. 9 and the top-five artists will make up a fan’s ballot, which counts as a single vote.”
Stevie took to her Social Media to express her happiness over the nomination in the post below:
Welcome to Iconic: Stevie Nicks my little corner in the vast Stevie online fan community. I remember that I always heard the song Edge of Seventeen but never thought about who sang it til a friend who I served in the Marines with, asked me if I knew who Stevie was. I decided after discussing this with my friend that, I would look into Stevie’s career and the rest is history! I decided to create this site in order share my love of Stevie with others as a fun hobby. What a better way to open up this site to share photos from the opening of An Evening With Fleetwood Mac last night as well from Stevie’s appearance at the 33rd Annual Awards for Metro Washington’s USO. View the pictures can be viewed below by clicking on the gallery links below.
Public Appearances>2015> USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore’s 33rd Annual Awards
Tours> An Evening With Fleetwood Mac> Tulsa, Oklahoma