Later this month Stevie Nicks will become the first female artist to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for second time, as she’ll be honored for her solo career, and she's hoping she won't be the last.
“It’s 22 to zero. It’s 22 guys that have gone in twice to zero women — Eric Clapton is probably in there 22 times already!,"she tells "Rolling Stone," when asked how it feels different this time. “So maybe this will open the doors for women to fight to make their own music.”
As for how it feels to have other female artists idolize her, Stevie notes, “That makes me happy because I didn’t ever have children, but I feel like I have a lot of daughters.” She adds, "I love Vanessa Carlton. She’s like my younger, younger, younger sister...I’m so much older than her, but yet there’s such a little silken thread between the two of us when it comes to music. I have that with Natalie Maines, LeAnn Rimes, Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum."
Source: Rolling Stone