Stevie Nicks is on a roll. The pop legend features on Lady Antebellum‘s excellent new single “Golden” and recently announced a reunion tour with Fleetwood Mac, which kicks off in Minneapolis on September 30 (they are even rumored to be working on new music). She also squeezed in an appearance on Jimmy Fallon last night (April 9) and promptly stole the show from fellow guests Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic.
The 65-year-old icon, who will pay tribute to Linda Ronstadt at tonight’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, hammed it up with Fallon — spoofing her Tom Petty duet “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around”. It was a lot of fun but the real treat was her killer rendition of “Edge Of Seventeen”, which she spiced up with a little help from The Roots. Watch up top.
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[Via Consequence Of Sound].
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