MusicNewswire SonicNet, May 14, 1998

I love Stevie ... her voice... her fashion sense. I drove all night long from Iowa." -- Nicki Sixx, a fan

One A Stevie, Two A Stevie, Three A Stevie ... Fans dressed in their best Stevie Nicks garb flock to club to pay tribute to Fleetwood Mac's witchy woman.

Contributing Editor Frank Tortorici reports: NEW YORK -- "All Stevie All The Time."

The guy decked out in Stevie Nicks drag and standing on the stage recited this mantra over and over in an eerie, monotone voice. But he needn't have bothered.

No one would have any trouble realizing that Tuesday night was the eighth annual "Night of 1,000 Stevies," the yearly tribute to Fleetwood Mac's gypsy-woman singer held at Mother, a club in this city's meat-packing district of Greenwich Village.

There were Stevies of every shape and gender. Tall, manly Stevies. Soft, feminine ones as short even as the 5-foot-1 Nicks herself. Stevies with noses that dominated their hard features. Black Stevies. Asian Stevies. Bartender Stevies. Stevies as striking as the legendary singer, who was recently named one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world by People magazine.

Thanks to Keith for posting this to the Ledge and to Anusha for formatting and sending it to us.