Stephanie Lynn Nicks is a famous American singer, songwriter and producer. She was born on the 26th of May, 1948 in Phoenix, Arizona. She was born to Jess and Barbara Nicks. She is of English, Welsh, Irish and German origins.
She schooled at Arcadia High School in Arcadia, California where she joined her first band called the Changing Times. It is a folk rock band focused vocal harmonies.
She then moved to San Jose State University where she pursued a degree in speech communication. She wanted to become an English teacher. She dropped out to pursue a career in music with the blessing of her father.
She began her career with her then-boyfriend Lindsey Buckingham. They released the album Buckingham Nicks which achieved little success. She joined the band, Fleetwood Mac, in the year 1975 and helped them to become one of the best-selling music acts of all time. They sold over 120 million records worldwide.
She began her solo career in the year 1981 releasing the album Bella Donna. The album topped the Billboard 200 and also reached multiplatinum status.
Stevie Nicks Illness: What disease does Stevie Nicks have?
Stevie had a bout with acute bronchitis and had to cancel some tour dates in the year 2020.