On Wednesday, Stevie Nicks congratulated Sheryl Crow on her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She described Sheryl’s induction into the Class of 2023 as “a very elite club for us women,” alluding to the shockingly few women that have received the prestigious honor since the Rock Hall began inducting artists and music industry people in 1986.
Stevie met Sheryl in the mid-1990s after hearing Sheryl’s hit song “All I Wanna Do” on the radio. “I first became aware of Sheryl in 1994 when I heard her singing ‘All I Wanna Do’ on the radio. A year or two after that, I did a song of hers (“Somebody Stand by Me”) for a movie soundtrack, Boys On The Side. I didn’t know that she was a fan of mine until we met at the launch party for that album in LA” (McNair, 2002).
Since then, the two living legends have collaborated many times over the years, including on Stevie’s sixth solo album Trouble in Shangri-La (2001), for which Sheryl produced several tracks, and most recently on Sheryl’s “Prove You Wrong” (2019). Stevie affectionately refers to Sheryl as “the sister I never had.”
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