An all-star group gathered on Thursday night to pay tribute to the ailing Linda Ronstadt, whose battle with Parkinson's disease kept the singing legend from her own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
All week long Jimmy Fallon has made members of the 2014 class of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame perform on the Tonight Show. Last night it was Stevie Nicks, but she's already a member of the Hall. Yes, she is.
Stevie Nicks' 2011 album 'In Your Dreams' marked a solid return for the legendary singer-songwriter. But it wasn't a total solo project. Nicks received much help from producer Dave Stewart, the former Eurythmics multi-instrumentalist who's worked with Mick Jagger, Tom Petty and Ringo Starr.
It takes a lot of fortitude to log nearly five decades in a band as infamously tempestuous as Fleetwood Mac, so even though he isn't the most vocal fellow in the group, we know John McVie is a strong person. And according to McVie's longtime bandmate Stevie Nicks, it's that strength that will pull him through his recent cancer scare.
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