Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks Albums

24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault (2014)24 Karat Gold album cover

Producers: Dave Stewart, Stevie Nicks
Release: September 30, 2014 (vinyl); October 7, 2014 (CD, digital) (#7/Hot 200)
Singles: The Dealer (digital), Lady (digital), Starshine (digital, #1 iTunes Rock)
Sales: 33,000 (1st week sales)

2011-in-your-dreams-cover-250In Your Dreams (2011)

Producers: Dave Stewart, Stevie Nicks
Release: May 3, 2011 (#6/Hot 200)
Singles: Secret Love, For What It’s Worth
Sales: 188,000 (as of March 2013)

The Soundstage Sessions (2009)The Soundstage Sessions/Live in Chicago (2009)

Producer: Joe Thomas
Release:
 March 31, 2009 (#47/Hot 200)
Singles: Crash into Me
Sales: 46,000+

Stevie Nicks Crystal VisionsCrystal Visions…The Very Best of Stevie Nicks (2007)

Release: March 27, 2007 (#21/Hot 200)
Singles: Stand Back, Landslide (promo), Rock and Roll (promo)

Stevie Nicks Trouble in Shangri-La (2001)Trouble in Shangri-La (2001)

Producers: John Shanks, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, David Kahne, Pierre Marchand, Rick Nowels, Jeff Trott
Release: May 1, 2001 (#5/Hot 200)
Singles: Every Day, Planets of the Universe, Sorcerer
Sales: Gold (500,000 copies to US retailers)

2000-the-divine-stevie-nicksThe Divine Stevie Nicks (2000)

Release: 2000 (Europe-only compilation)
Notes: Tracks from The Wild Heart (1983) and The Other Side of the Mirror (1989)

Stevie Nicks Enchanted 1998Enchanted (1998)

Compilation producer: Woody Firm
Release: April 28, 1998 (#85/Hot 200)
Sales: Gold (3xCD/shipment of 500,00 copies to US retailers
Actual: 172,000 (May 2011)

Stevie Nicks Street Angel 1994Street Angel (1994)

Producers: Thom Panunzio, Stevie Nicks
Release: May 24, 1994
Singles: Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind (#57), Blue Denim.
Sales: Gold (500,000 copies to US retailers)

Stevie Nicks Timespace 1991Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks (1991)

Release: September 3, 1991
Singles: Sometimes It’s a Bitch (#60), Love’s a Hard Game to Play
Sales: Platinum (1 million copies to US retailers)
Actual:

Stevie Nicks The Other Side of the Mirror 1989The Other Side of the Mirror (1989)

Producer: Rupert Hines
Release: May 9, 1989
Singles: Rooms on Fire (#14), Two Kinds of Love, Whole Lotta Trouble
Sales: Platinum (1 million copies to US retailers)

Stevie Nicks Rock a Little (1985)Rock a Little (1985)

Producers: Jimmy Iovine, Rick Nowels, Stevie Nicks, Keith Olsen, Chas Sanford
Release: 1985
Singles: Talk to Me (#4), I Can’t Wait (#16), Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You (#60).
Sales: Platinum (1 million copies to US retailers)

Stevie Nicks The Wild Heart (1983)The Wild Heart (1983)

Producer: Jimmy Iovine
Release: June 10, 1983 (#5/Hot 200)
Singles: Stand Back (#5), If Anyone Falls (#14), Nightbird (#33)
Sales: Double platinum (2 million copies to US retailers)

Stevie Nicks Bella Donna (1981)Bella Donna (1981)

Producer: Jimmy Iovine
Release: July 27, 1981 (#1/Hot 200)
Singles: Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (#3), Leather and Lace (#5), Edge of Seventeen (#11), and After the Glitter Fades (#32)
Sales: 5X platinum (5 million copies to US retailers)

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Buckingham Nicks (1973)Buckingham Nicks (1973)

Producer: Keith Olsen
Release: September 5, 1973
Singles: Crying in the Night, Without a Leg to Stand On, Don’t Let Me Down Again

FritzFritz

Bob Aguirre (drums)
Lindsey Buckingham (bass)
Brian Kane (lead guitar)
Stevie Nicks (vocals)
Javier Pacheco (keyboards)

Early members: Jody Moreing (guitars, vocals), Cal Roper (bass)

Notes: Formed in 1966, disbanded in 1971

Stevie NicksThe Changing Times

Four-member, folk-influenced a-capella vocal group formed while attending Arcadia High School in Arcadia, California, circa 1963.


Soundtracks & Miscellaneous Recordings

1976 – Warren Zevon – Warren Zevon (“Mohammed’s Radio,” backup vocals)

1977 – Fundamental Roll – Walter Egan  (backup vocals)

1978 – Not Shy – Walter Egan (“Just the Waiting,” “Magnet and Steel,” and “The Blond in the Blue T-Bird,” backup vocals)

1978 – Back to the Bars – Todd Rundgren (“Hello It’s Me,” backup vocals)

1978 – Tom Snow – Tom Snow (“Hurry Boy” and “Rosanna,” backup vocals)

1978 – Nightwatch – Kenny Loggins (“Whenever I Call You Friend,” backup vocals)

1978 – Dane Donohue – Dane Donohue (“Casablanca” and “Woman,” backup vocals)

1979 – Bombs Away Dream Babies  – John Stewart (“Gold” and “Midnight Wind,” backup vocals)

1979 – Three Hearts – Bob Welch (“Devil Wind,” backup vocals)

1980 – Heavy Metal Soundtrack (“Blue Lamp”)

1981 – Louise Goffin – Louise Goffin (“If You Ever Did Believe,” backup vocals)

1981 – Hard Promises – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (“Insider” and “You Can Still Change Your Mind,” backup vocals)

1982 – Fast Times at Ridgemont High Soundtrack  (“Sleeping Angel”)

1982 – Orders from Headquarters – Robbie Patton (“Smiling Islands,” backup vocals)

1983 – Cat Dancer – Sandy Stewart (“Cat Dancers,” “Get My Way,” and “I Pretend,” backup vocals)

1984 – Streets of Fire Soundtrack (“Sorcerer”- Marilyn Martin, backup vocals)

1984 – Against All Odds Soundtrack (“Violet and Blue”)

1985 – American Anthem Soundtrack (“Battle of the Dragon”)

1987 – A Very Special Christmas (“Silent Night”)

1988 – King of the Blues – B.B. King (“Can’t Get Enough,” backup vocals)

1990 – King of Hearts – Rick Vito (“Desiree” and “Intuition,” backup vocals)

1993 – Robin Zander (“Secret,” backup vocals)

1995 – Boys on the Side Soundtrack (“Somebody Stand by Me”)

1995 – For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson (“Lay Down Your Arms” with Ringo Star)

1995 – Playback: 1973-1993 – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (“The Apartment Song” from 1984, backup vocals)

1996 – Off the Beaten Path – Dave Koz (“Let Me Count the Ways,” backup vocals)

1996 – Twister Soundtrack (“Twisted” with Lindsey Buckingham)

1996 – Music from Party of Five (“Freefallin’”)

1998 – Best Buy Presents Stevie Nicks: The Enchanted Tour (“Enchanted,” Interview, “Garbo”)

1998 – Practical Magic Soundtrack (“If You Ever Did Believe,” “Crystal”)

1999 – Jesse & The Eighth Street Kidz – Jesse Camp (“Saviour,” backup vocals)

1999 – AT&T Presents Stormy Weather (“At Last”)

2000 – VH1 Storytellers (“Edge of Seventeen” and “Strong Enough” with Sheryl Crow, 1999)

2001 – Sweet November Soundtrack (“Touched by an Angel”)

2001 – A Very Special Christmas 5 (“Silent Night” with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)

2002- C’mon, C’mon – Sheryl Crow (“C’mon, C’mon,” “Diamond Road,” and “You’re Not the One,” backup vocals)

2002 – KFOG Live from the Archives 9 (“Stand Back” Live in San Francisco, December 2001)

2003 – School of Rock Soundtrack (“Edge of Seventeen” – Timespace Version)

2004 – Chris Isaak Christmas (“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,” backup vocals)

2007 – Heroes & Thieves – Vanessa Carlton (“The One,” backup vocals)

2011 – Listen to Me: Buddy Holly (“Not Fade Away”)

2013 – Sound City: Real to Reel Soundtrack (“You Can’t Fix This”)

2014 – Lady Antebellum (“Golden” featuring Stevie Nicks, digital single)

2015 – Cass County – Don Henley (“It Don’t Matter to the Sun” featuring Stevie Nicks)

2016 – The Driver – Charles Kelley (“Southern Accents” featuring Stevie Nicks)

Upcoming Events

  1. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers with Special Guests Stevie Nicks & The Lumineers – London, England

    July 9 @ 2:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  2. Ravinia Festival

    September 9 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  3. Ravinia Festival, Night 2

    September 10 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  4. Bourbon & Beyond Festival

    September 23 - September 24

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