Stevie Nicks joined the ranks of artists inducted twice by the Rock Hall Of Fame last night. Enshrined as a member of Fleetwood Mac in 1998, Nicks was honored for her solo work Friday night (3/29) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn during a ceremony that included her performing Stand Back, Leather and Lace, Stop Dragging My Heart Around and Edge of Seventeen.
Don Henley was there to join her on Leather and Lace and Tom Petty almost certainly would have been to accompany her on Stop Dragging My Heart Around and to induct her if he was still around. Former One Direction star Harry Styles stood in for Tom in both roles, calling Stevie '...the mystical gypsy godmother'. Nicks praised Styles during her backstage presser for deciding to do a Rock album after stepping away from his pop boy band, which she mistakenly identified as NSYNCH before correcting herself and adding 'I'm never gonna live that one down'.
The rest of the class this year was predominantly British, with The Zombies, Roxy Music, Def Leppard and Radiohead.
Def Leppard brought the night to a hi decibel close with Pour Some Sugar On Me and Photograph.