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Stevie Nicks (1948- ) is a vocalist and songwriter who gave the group Fleetwood Mac its signature sound, transforming it from an average band to one of the biggest selling rock groups in history.

In September 1967, Peter Green, John McVie, Jeremy Spencer, and Mick Fleetwood formed the band Fleetwood Mac. Bassist McVie's wife Christine joined the band in 1970, and Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham joined in 1975, giving the group its signature sound. The group's 1977 release Rumours is still recognized as one of the top selling albums in music history.

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