1- Stephanie Lynn Nicks was born on May 26, 1948, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona
2- She Traveled With Her Own Coven
2- Stevie Nicks Burned A Hole In Her Nose
3- She has special scarves she brings to hotel rooms to drape over lamps in case the lighting isn’t right. She also used to be big on rainbow lightbulbs.
4- Stevie Nicks has been named one of the 100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time
5- Her grandfather was a country crooner, who helped teach Nicks how to sing.
6- Nicks has started a charity foundation titled “Stevie Nicks’ Band of Soldiers” which is used for the benefit of wounded military personnel
7- As a minister with the Universal Life Church, Nicks has officiated at several weddings
8- She Met Lindsey Buckingham in a Christian Youth Group
9- She has been nominated for a Grammy eight times as a solo artist, but has never won
10- Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan drew the dragon on the cover of Stevie’s 2001 album Trouble In Shangri-La.
11- Tusk track “Beautiful Child” was written by Stevie about her affair with Derek Taylor, The Beatles’ press officer.
12- During The Recording Of “Fleetwood Mac” Stevie Rarely Stopped Dancing
13- As a member of Fleetwood Mac, she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998
14- In 2001, Nicks made a guest appearance in the music video of Destiny’s Child’s “Bootylicious,” a song written by Beyoncé
15- Stevie Nicks will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 2019
16- She had trouble pronouncing Stephanie as a baby, pronouncing it as “tee-dee,” which is the origin of her stage name, Stevie. She was introduced to music by her grandfather, who was a country singer.
17- Stevie believes she was put to death on a guillotine in a past life
18- Stevie has a black-leather massage chair that she bought for a tour in 2003 that travels with her everywhere she goes
19- Before graduating from high school in Palo Alto, California, Nicks met the fellow student who would become her Fleetwood Mac bandmate and lover.
20- Jimi Hendrix once dedicated a song to her at a gig
21- Stevie had breast implants in 1976
22- Stevie’s first band was The Changing Times, a harmony-based San Francisco group.
23- Stevie’s grandfather, Aaron Nicks, was a jobbing country and western singer and taught Stevie to sing Red Sovine’s “Are You Mine?”
24- On January 31, 2010, Nicks performed with Taylor Swift at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards. Swift, who describes Nicks as one of her childhood heroes, introduced her to the audience by saying, “It’s a fairy tale and an honor to share the stage with Stevie Nicks.