Stevie Nicks
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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.

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