Stevie Nicks
(Herbert W. Worthington III)

Stevie ranks among Billboard’s Top 60 Female Artists of All-Time

Billboard is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its Top 100 chart this week with the Top 60 Female Artists of All-Time; Stevie made the list, ranking at No. 58.

As a solo artist, Stevie’s had 15 Billboard Top 100 hits in three different decades, five of which were collaborations with other artists. Here’s a list of all of Stevie’s Billboard Top 100 hits as a solo artist:

Single Peak Position Year of Chart Peak
1. Whenever I Call You Friend (with Kenny Loggins) 5 1978
2. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (with Tom Petty) 3 1981
3. Leather and Lace (with Don Henley) 5 1981
4. Edge of Seventeen (Just Like the White Wing Dove) 11 1981
5. After the Glitter Fades 32 1982
6. Stand Back 5 1983
7. If Anyone Falls 14 1983
8. Nightbird (with Sandy Stewart) 33 1983
9. Talk to Me 4 1985
10. Needles and Pins (with Tom Petty) 37 1985
11. I Can’t Wait 16 1986
12. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You 60 1986
13. Rooms on Fire 16 1989
14. Sometimes It’s A Bitch 56 1991
15. Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind 57 1994

You can see Billboard’s Top 60 Female Artists of All-Time here.

Today in Stevie History

Concert
1983

On July 2, 1983, Stevie Nicks performed live at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, NY, during The Wild Heart Tour.

Upcoming Shows

POSTPONED!
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
May 3, 2020 Fall 2020 – TBA

POSTPONED!
BottleRock – Napa, CA
May 23, 2020 Oct 3, 2020

POSTPONED!
Jazz Aspen Snowmass – Aspen, CO
Sep 4-6, 2020 2021 – TBA

CANCELED!
Governors Ball – New York City

Jun 5-7, 2020

Vintage Video

Stevie's 1994 performance of "Blue Denim" on Late Night with David Letterman proved more than anything that she was rock and roll survivor, fabulously crimped hair and all! READ MORE.

New Release

Stevie Nicks, Stand Back 1981-2017, compilation

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