Stevie Nicks will be coming to primetime this fall, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Nicks will appear on NBC’s The Voice, joining Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine’s team as a a mentor -- along with other new seventh season notables Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, who are replacing exiting stars Usher and Shakira. The new season kicks off on September 22nd, but there’s been no word as to when Nicks’ first appearance is set to air. She'll be on the road with Fleetwood Mac starting on September 30th, so it's unclear whether her appearances will be filmed in advance or remotely throughout the tour. Previous celebrity mentors have included Coldplay‘s Chris Martin, Cher, and Taylor Swift.
Stevie Nicks credits nightly vocal training for allowing her to sing so strongly well into her '60s: "I have an amazing vocal coach that I've had since 1997. And I do, it's like 30 minutes, from, like, if I'm playing at eight o'clock at night, I have to be finished at five. So, from three to three-thirty, I do the first half. And then at four-thirty to five I do the second half. So, it's like 27 minutes and then, like 11 minutes. Buy, y'know what? It's amazing. You can't just walk onstage and sing two hours! So I had a lot of bad nights, up until 1997."