Stevie Nicks Joins 'The Voice' as Mentor


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Stevie Nicks takes her "Seven Wonders" to The Voice this fall.

The Associated Press reported this morning that Nicks will act as a mentor for Adam Levine's team on the seventh season of NBC's hit reality show. In 2011, during the first season of The Voice, Nicks performed "Landslide" with Javier Colon, who became the first winner of the series.

Nicks will offer advice to Levine's 12-contestant team. Her duties as a mentor will include helping with song selection and giving advice during rehearsals. Filming for the series has already begun, but The Voice's new season doesn't premiere until September 22. This season coaches Levine and Blake Shelton will be joined by Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani.

Nicks also made another big television appearance last year.  She appeared as a witch version of herself on the horror anthology series American Horror Story last season. For the coven-focused season, she performed her songs, "Rhiannon," "Seven Wonders," and "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You?" In late April 2014, Nicks posted pictures of her in the studio working on new music.

A new solo album will probably be released later this year or next year. Besides recording music, Nicks will be on tour again with her band Fleetwood Mac in the fall. They start their 33-city tour on September 30th in Minneapolis.


NBC will announce other mentors for the upcoming season of The Voice soon.

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