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February 20, 1982- 36 Years Ago Today: Stevie Nicks debuted at No. 73 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart with her single, "Edge Of Seventeen (Just Like The White Wi...nged Dove)." This self-penned song was Nicks's third single release from her smash debut solo album, "Bella Donna," following "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, which peaked at No. 3 for six weeks and "Leather And Lace," with Don Henley, which peaked at No. 6. "Edge Of Seventeen," just missed the Top Ten by thismuch when it peaked at No. 11 on April 17, 1982. Nicks delivered four Top 40 hits from "Bella Donna" and scored a total of one dozen solo Hot 100 singles including five Top Tens. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Fleetwood Mac in 1998. Please click the following link to view the accompanying video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojGKSgug_FM
"All Alone On The".. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UeyUuxmGK8
I actually like the version on their 2002 'Greatest Hits' better. Stevie wailing at the end is powerful. This is a nice tribute with great photos. #TImeCastASpellOnYou https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnXsvj4Awa0
Happy Birthday to Sheryl Crow! One of a few projects that her & Stevie have done over the years. This is my favorite. It's from the 1998 flick "Practical Magic". 20 years old this year.
Rare photo of Stevie with current members of FM (at the time) performing at a gig in 1996.
Thanks for the info, Sandra!
As per The Ledge Archives for 1996:...
"I've just read up on Billy, Bekka and Rick's appearance at a saloon bar called The Sutler for (what would have been) Hank Williams' 73rd birthday on 17th September 1996. Nothing I've read mentions anything about a Stevie Nicks appearance but thats definitely her. They played 'Honky Tonkin' and 'You Send Me'."
Hank Williams Birthday Party - The Sutler (Nashville, TN)
Hank Williams on September 17, 1996
OCTOBER 31, 1996
A special edition of the Western Beat Barndance, a weekly event in Nashville, this event coincided with what would've been Hank Williams' 73rd birthday. Jett Williams, Hank's daughter, kicked off the proceedings by singing "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", followed by Bill McCrory of Pirates of the Mississippi rendering "Honky Tonk Blues" and Paul Burch, Jr. singing "Log Train"...
...Phil Lee, who Billy Block introduced as "a rat on acid," played a rousing version of "Kawliga" before the crowd was treated to a very special version of "Hey Good Lookin'" as singer Sonny George brought a couple of his buddies, Eddie Angel from Los Straitjackets and Garry Tallent from the E-Street Band, to accompany him.Upping the ante, Nashville's half of Fleetwood Mac (Rick Vito, Billy Burnette and Becca Bramlett) stepped up for an unforgettable "Honky Tonkin'". The crowd wouldn't let Bramlett leave, so the first non-Hank tune was played, a gorgeous version of "You Send Me".