Tonight (March 29), Stevie Nicks will join the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist. She opened the show with "Stand Back," was designed by Don Eagles & # 39; Eagles & # 39; for "Leather & Lace" accompanied and brought out Harry Styles for "Stop Draggin & # 39; My Heart Around". She also made "Edge of Seventeen". Check out their performances with styles here.
Styles introduced Nicks at the ceremony in Brooklyn. "She is the magical gypsy woman who occupies the in between," he said. After her speeches, Nicks mistakenly referred to Styles' old band as "NSYNC" when asked about her friendship with the artist. "Well, we've actually met a long time ago," said Nicks. "And what I really loved about Harry, when he decided to do a solo album of NSYNC, he decided to … make NSYNC, sorry, not NSYNC. Sorry, I'll never get it down, I know that. On. Direction.
Nicks is the first woman to be inducted into Rock Hall twice in 1
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