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Stevie Nicks recently described Harry Styles of One Direction as "the son I never had," so is it any surprise that Harry will induct Stevie into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
Making those comments to Rolling Stone, Stevie added that she feels Harry is her and Mick Fleetwood's "love child," noting, "I adopted him. I love Harry."
Harry certainly loves Stevie too: He calls her "The Queen of Everything," and even showed up to a Fleetwood Mac gig with a carrot cake just for her. He's cited Fleetwood Mac as a massive influence on his self-titled solo debut album, and sang onstage with the band when they were given the MusiCares Person of the Year award in 2018.
During the March 29 ceremony, Stevie will become the first woman ever to be inducted into the Rock Hall twice. She previously was honored as a member of Fleetwood Mac.
Meanwhile, Grammy-nominated R&B star Janelle Monáe will induct Janet Jackson into the Hall, and Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon and John Taylor will do the honors for British art-rock band Roxy Music. Queen guitarist Brian May will induct Def Leppard, and The Bangles' frontwoman Susanna Hoffs will welcome British Invasion greats The Zombies.
Talking Heads frontman David Byrne will induct Radiohead, and Nine Inch Nails singer Trent Reznor will induct The Cure.
As previously announced, the 2019 Rock Hall Induction Ceremony will take place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to the big event, you'll be able to watch the red carpet arrivals at RockHall.com, as well on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's YouTube channel and Facebook page.
An HBO special featuring highlights from the ceremony will premiere on Saturday, April 27 at 8 p.m. ET.
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