Top 25 Greatest Songs of All Time By Stevie Nicks

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Stevie Nicks is the foremost woman in Hollywood to be included in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame Twice. She is a Fleetwood Mac group member and a solo artist who rose to fame in the early 1980s. 25 Greatest Songs of All Time By Stevie Nicks

25 Greatest Songs

After beginning her career with her then-boyfriend Lindsey Buckingham, they released the album Buckingham Nicks; they joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975 and enabled the band to become one of the best-selling music groups of all time and sold over 120 million copies.

After Stevie Nicks’s first solo album was released, Rolling Stone named her “the reigning queen of rock and roll”. Nicks was named one of the 100 greatest songwriters of all time and one of the 100 greatest singers of all time by Rolling Stone magazine.

Her Fleetwood Mac songs “Landslide” and “Dreams”, the latter being the band’s the only US hit, along with her solo hit “Edge of Seventeen”, were included in Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Songs.

She was the first woman to be placed into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 and 2019.

As her lone debut, Bella Donna turns 40; we’ve looked back over her entire career to rank her most famous 25 songs and rank them –

1. “Gold Dust Woman” from ‘Rumours.’

2. “Rhiannon” from ‘Fleetwood Mac’

3. “Edge of Seventeen” from ‘Bella Donna’

4. “Dreams” from ‘Rumours.’

5. “Sorcerer” from ‘Trouble In ‘Shangri-La.’

6. “Silver Springs (live)” from ‘The Dance.’

7.   Quit Draggin’ My Heart Around” from ‘Bella Donna’

8.   Fleetwood Mac – “Storms” from ‘Tusk.’

9.   Stevie Nicks – “Stand Rear” from ‘The Wild Heart.’

10. Fleetwood Mac – “Sisters Of The Moon (live)” from ‘Mirage (Deluxe Edition).’

11. Stevie Nicks – “Every Day” from ‘Trouble In Shangri-La’

12. Stevie Nicks – “Blue Lamp” from the ‘Heavy Metal’ soundtrack

13. Stevie Nicks – “Candle bright” from ‘Trouble In Shangri-La’

14. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Stevie Nicks – “Insider” from ‘Hard Promises.’

15. “If You Ever Did Believe” from the ‘Useful Magic.’

16. “Too Far from Texas” from ‘Trouble in Shangri-La

17. Crying In the Night” from ‘Buckingham/Nicks’

18. “Think About It” from ‘Bella Donna’

19. “Wild Heart” from ‘The Wild Heart.’

20. “Long Distance Winner.”

21. “Goodbye Baby” from ‘Say You Will’ (2003)

22. “The Second Time” from ‘Behind The Mask.’

23. “Sleeping Angel” from the ‘Fast Times At  Ridgemont High.’

24. “Sweet Girl (live)” from ‘The Dance.’

25. “Gypsy” from ‘Mirage.’

Stevie Nicks’ songs have received eight Grammy Award nominations and two American Music Award nominations as a solo artist.

She won multiple awards with Fleetwood Mac, including a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1978 for Rumours.

Fleetwood Mac, Rumours and Bella Donna’s 1975 album were included on Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time Billboard 200 Albums”.

 In addition, Rumours was ranked as the seventh-best album of all time by Rolling Stone’s index of the “500 Most influential Albums Award” and the fourth best album by a female singer.

Stevie Nicks’ songs have a significant impact upon the new generation as well as the 1980s kids. The Stevie Nicks era had many people listening to rock n’ roll music, getting high, and loving their life.

Apart from the above 15 songs, there are many other songs by Nicks that are still relevant and famous. She has won multiple Grammy awards and nominations, as well as people who loved her public appearances. Her notable Met Gala appearances are incredible.

Stevie Nicks’s songs have a classical manner of describing themselves to the listeners, and the lyrics are melodious.

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