As the sultry high priestess of the classic 1970s rock group Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks was a true rock goddess. With her blonde hair, flowing chiffon dresses, and platform boots, Nicks appeared to float whenever she performed on stage. Yet underneath her ethereal style was an accomplished artist who wrote and performed unforgettable songs such as "Landslide" (1975), "Edge of Seventeen" (1981) and "Stand Back" (1983). As a solo artist and with Fleetwood Mac, Nicks enjoyed an impressive career that including selling millions of albums worldwide and influencing many artists from all musical genres. Yet the Grammy Award-winning artist was also the embodiment of a decade synonymous with drugs, free love, and raging excess. Her tumultuous and enduring love-hate affair with Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham was heavily played out in the media, and immortalized in such singles as "Go Your Own Way" and "Dreams" from the band's monster hit album <i>Rumours</i> (1977). After she recovered from her drug addictions, Nicks revitalized her career with critically acclaimed albums like <i>Trouble in Shangri-La</i> (2001) and <i>In Your Dreams</i> (2011), sold-out performances and collaborations with other renowned artists, and highly regarded reunion tours with Fleetwood Mac. Throughout her decades-long career, Nicks continued to mesmerize with her heartfelt, timeless lyrics and emotional performances that made her one of rock music's most influential and legendary icons.