With her election to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Stevie Nicks will become the first woman to be inducted twice. The first time was in 1998 as a member of Fleetwood Mac.
Stevie Nicks, in 1998, talked about being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Fleetwood Mac. OC:...when I'm dead, you know. :08
"I think that it's such an honor and, I mean lots of times it doesn't even happen in your lifetime. So, I way rather be in this now while I'm alive than when I'm dead, you know."
Stevie will be the 23rd artist inducted more than once.
The complete list is as follows:
- Eric Clapton - solo, The Yardbirds and Cream
- Jimmy Page - Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin
- Jeff Beck - Yardbirds and solo
- Rod Stewart - solo and Faces
- Ron Wood - Rolling Stones and Faces
- Neil Young - solo and Buffalo Springfield
- David Crosby - The Byrds and CSN
- Stephen Stills - Buffalo Springfield and CSN
- Graham Nash - CSN and The Hollies
- John Lennon - Beatles and solo
- Paul McCartney - Beatles and solo
- George Harrison - Beatles and solo
- Ringo Starr - Beatles and solo
- Michael Jackson - Jackson 5 and solo
- Peter Gabriel - Genesis and solo
- Curtis Mayfield - The Impressions and solo
- Lou Reed - Velvet Underground and solo
- Sammy Strain - Little Anthony and the Imperials and The O'Jays
- Paul Simon - Simon & Garfunkel and solo
- Clyde McPhatter - Drifters and solo
- Gregg Rolie - Santana and Journey
- John Carter - The Dells and The Flamingos
The induction ceremony will take place on March 29th in Brooklyn, New York. Nicks will be honored alongside Janet Jackson, Def Leppard, The Zombies, Roxy Music, The Cure and Radiohead.