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Stevie Nicks - Stop Draggin' My Heart Around (Official Video) [HD]

Stevie Nicks - "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" feat. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers has been remastered in HD to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Stevie's debut album ‘Bella Donna' (1981). Check your settings to ensure you're watching in the highest quality! ‘Stand Back: 1981-2017’, Stevie Nicks’ career-spanning collection is available now - find your copy here: https://Rhino.lnk.to/StandBack. Subscribe to the Stevie Nicks channel http://bit.ly/StevieNicksYouTube More Official Videos & Playlists Stand Back http://bit.ly/StandBackYT Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around http://bit.ly/StopDragginMyHeartAround Edge Of Seventeen http://bit.ly/EdgeOfSeventeenYT Stevie Nicks Official Videos http://bit.ly/StevieNicksVideography Stevie Nicks ‘Live In Chicago’ http://bit.ly/StevieLiveInChicago Stay in touch with Stevie Nicks… Website https://www.stevienicksofficial.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stevienicks Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stevienicks/ Twitter https://twitter.com/StevieNicks The Stevie Nicks Channel is the official YouTube home of Stevie Nicks, featuring her catalog of official music videos, live performances, lyric videos, commentary videos, and Stevie-approved playlists. Subscribe to join the Stevie Nicks YouTube community and check back for announcements, updates, and more! In 1981, six years after joining Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks went solo for the first time with her debut album ‘Bella Donna’. A massive success, it sold more than five million copies in the U.S., topped the album charts and produced four hit singles, including her signature anthem, "Edge Of Seventeen." More platinum albums followed – ‘The Wild Heart’ (1983), ‘Rock A Little’ (1985), and ‘The Other Side Of The Mirror’ (1989). In 2019, Stevie Nicks made history by becoming the first female artist inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice - first as a member of Fleetwood Mac in 1998, and most recently in recognition of an extraordinary solo career that spans nearly 40 years.
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