Five of the biggest Stevie Nicks music videos

Five of the biggest Stevie Nicks music videos

From 'Edge of Seventeen' to Grammy-award-winning  'Gold Dust Woman', here are some of Stevie Nick's best music videos here. E

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Happy birthday to the legendary Stevie Nicks - the only woman to have been inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, once as a member of rock band Fleetwood Mac, and also as a solo artist. 

The 'Dreams' hit maker was born Stephanie Lynn Nicks, but goes by stage name Stevie Nicks.  

Nicks has been singing from 1966 producing some of the best music on the globe. 

The singer and songwriter is popularly known for her outstanding work as the lead vocalist of rock band Fleetwood Mac, as well as her successful solo career. 

READ: Stevie Nicks' best collaborations

She has been nominated for eight Grammy Awards and two American Music Awards. 

"From the very beginning of the first song I wrote before I turned 16 to the last song I ever wrote, there's a certain thread that I use because it's just what I do... The songs are all about love and heartbreak – how to pick up the pieces – how to keep moving... I'm really chronicling love from the very beginning," reads a snippet from her website. 

Below are some of her biggest music videos. 

Edge of Seventeen

The song was released in 1981. 

It comes from the album, 'Bella Donna (2016 Remastered)'. 

It was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. 

Gold Dust Woman

Stevie Nicks was a vocalist for band Fleetwood Mac and 1977 they released the song 'Gold Dust Woman'. She is the writer of the song. 

The album won several awards - Grammy Award for Album of the Year, Grammy Hall of Fame, American Music Awards for Favorite Album  Pop/ Rock. 

Talk To Me

'Talk To Me' is a song on Stevie Nick's ‘Rock A Little' album. 

It iwas released in 1985.

Stand Back

'Stand Back' is the lead single from the album, 'The Wild Heart'.

It reached no. 2 on the Top Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and no. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. 


Stevie Nicks wrote the song Rhiannon which was released by rock band Fleetwood Mac. 

It was released in 1975. 

East Coast will be celebrating Stevie Nick's birthday by playing her biggest songs throughout the day. Listen here

For loads of fantastic classic hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s, listen to East Coast Gold via the ECR app or here. We’re also on various other platforms, including Alexa (just enable the ‘East Coast Gold’ skill); MyTuner, Radio Garden;, Radioline or OpenRadio.

Who's on-air when?

Gordon Graham, weekdays 6-10am and Sundays 2-6pm.
Jane Linley-Thomas, weekdays 10am-1 pm.
Damon Beard, weekdays 1-5pm and Sundays, 6-10am.
Dave Guselli, weekdays 5-9pm and Saturdays, 6-10am.

Alex Jay - Saturdays 10am - 2pm.

Jill Stewart - Sundays 10am - 2pm.

Image courtesy of AFP. 

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