Stevie Nicks Speaks On Singing With Carrie Underwood At Rock Hall Induction

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Stevie Nicks has opened up about her experience of singing alongside Carrie Underwood at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Brooklyn last April. The pair took on a cover of the Everly Brothers' "When Will I Be Loved," and Nicks said that Underwood helped take it in a new direction.

"First of all Carrie started out with different drums, so right there, and she did it so magnificently. I told Carrie 'it's a good thing you weren't around when I joined Fleetwood Mac, because I think you would have won the lottery on that one and I would have been back to being a waitress,'" Nicks said in a video clip for the HBO HOF special.

The track was a tribute to Linda Ronstadt, who was inducted into the Hall at the event, alongside Nirvana and Hall and Oates:

"If Linda Ronstadt had seen that performance of that song she would have just be like 'I'm thrilled!' Totally. I was thrilled," Nicks added.

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