Stevie Nicks, born Stephanie Lynn Nicks is probably best known for being the singer-songwriter of Fleetwood Mac. Her distinctive, raspy voice lead to the bands many hits including Dreams, Gypsy and Landslide. In 1981 Nicks went on to start her popular solo career with her debut album Bella Donna that sold 8 million copies. She has produced six more studio albums to date. Top solo hits include White Wing Dove, Edge of Seventeen and Say You Will. She has been nominated many times for Grammy Awards, but only has won one as a member of Fleetwood Mac for Album of the Year in 1978. They were also awarded the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 2003. She was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 as a member of Fleetwood Mac. There continues to be efforts today to get her inducted as a solo artist. The White Wing Dove (Bella Donna) Tour was the first of her many concerts. She toured 16 other times since, performing with such greats as Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Sheryl Crow. She performed at the US Festival in 2003 - you can see a videoclip of this performance and many others online. In 2011 she announced her newest concert tour, In Your Dreams, appearing at venues across the United States. There have also been rumors of a Fleetwood Mac reunion.