Kind of Woman That'll Haunt You: archive / rss / ask / submit / theme
On May 26th, 1948, Stephanie Lynn Nicks was born to her parents, Jess and Barbara Nicks. Music was a vital part of her life from an early age; she sang and danced with her grandfather, an aspiring country singer who never had his own big break. Over twenty-five years later, Nicks fulfilled her grandfather's fantasy by joining Fleetwood Mac and recording "Rumours," one of the best-selling records of all time. Her solo career proved just as successful; Rolling Stone crowned her the "Reigning Queen of Rock and Roll." Now, at sixty-two years old, she is still recording and touring-- a living legend.

Battle Of The Dragon by Stevie Nicks
"I have been through just about every possible thing that you could go through, and I’ve just given up everything you could possibly give up for this. And I wonder sometimes if I made the right decisions."
— Stevie Nicks (via saidnicks)
Sable On Blond by Stevie Nicks
1 2 3 4 5