Stevie Nicks Honors Taylor Swift with Tortured Poets Department Bracelet at BottleRock Napa Valley

In a heartwarming tribute to a fellow artist and friend,

Stevie Nicks wears a 'Tortured Poets Department Bracelet' on May 24 at BottleRock Napa Valley. [PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE (2)]
Stevie Nicks wears a ‘Tortured Poets Department Bracelet’ on May 24 at BottleRock Napa Valley. [PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE (2)]

Rock legend Stevie Nicks proudly displayed her admiration for Taylor Swift by donning a bracelet from Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department (TTPD).

The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman, known for her mystical stage presence and enduring influence on rock music, was seen wearing the accessory during her headlining performance at BottleRock Napa Valley on May 24.

Stevie Nicks, 76, has long been a beacon of rock and roll, with a career spanning several decades filled with iconic hits and unforgettable performances.

Taylor Swift, a younger icon in her own right, has carved out a significant place in modern music with her storytelling prowess and genre-spanning discography.

The mutual admiration between these two artists is well-documented, and their friendship continues to delight fans of both musicians.

Stevie Nicks wears a 'Tortured Poets Department' bracelet while performing at BottleRock Napa Valley. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE)
Stevie Nicks wears a ‘Tortured Poets Department’ bracelet while performing at BottleRock Napa Valley. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE)

Nicks’ bracelet, which features a chunky, gold-plated chain link and the TTPD album logo, was prominently displayed as she performed “Gold Dust Woman.”

This accessory, retailing for $40 on Swift’s website, perfectly complemented Nicks’ signature all-black ensemble, which included a stack of jewels around her neck and wrists.

The sight of Nicks wearing this bracelet was a poignant moment, symbolizing the deep respect and affection between the two artists.

The bracelet is not just a piece of jewelry; it represents a connection between two generations of musicians who have both captured the hearts of millions with their poetic lyrics and emotive performances.

Taylor Swift’s TTPD album includes a track titled “Clara Bow,” which features the line, “You look like Stevie Nicks / In ’75, the hair and lips / Crowd goes wild at her fingertips / Half moonshine, a full eclipse.” This line is a direct homage to Nicks, celebrating her timeless style and magnetic stage presence.

Stevie Nicks wears a 'Tortured Poets Department' bracelet, nodding to friend Taylor Swift. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE)
Stevie Nicks wears a ‘Tortured Poets Department’ bracelet, nodding to friend Taylor Swift. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/WIREIMAGE)

Nicks’ influence on Swift goes beyond musical inspiration. The “Silver Springs” singer contributed a poem to the physical copies of Swift’s TTPD album.

Titled “For T and me…,” the poem explores a relationship between two ill-fated lovers, drawing parallels to the deeply emotional themes both artists frequently explore in their music.

The friendship between Nicks and Swift has been in the public eye since their joint performance of “Rhiannon” and “You Belong with Me” at the 2010 Grammys.

Swift described the experience as a “fairy tale and an honor,” highlighting the profound impact Nicks has had on her.

TTPD bracelet. (PHOTO: TAYLORSWIFT.COM)
TTPD bracelet. (PHOTO: TAYLORSWIFT.COM)

In turn, Nicks has praised Swift for her “determination” and “childlike nature,” comparing her songwriting abilities to those of Neil Diamond and Elton John.

The bond between the two musicians is further symbolized by the crescent moon necklace, a signature accessory of Nicks.

She has gifted these necklaces to friends and admired artists, including Swift and her collaborators, the Haim Sisters. This gesture underscores the deep connection and mutual respect shared between Nicks and Swift.

Beyond accessories and public performances, Nicks has imparted valuable wisdom to Swift. In an interview with Today last fall, Nicks emphasized the importance of honesty in songwriting.

“I never don’t tell the truth. And I think that’s something that if Taylor Swift, who is my friend, if Taylor got anything from me, that’s what she got,” Nicks said.

Taylor Swift and Stevie Nicks perform together at the Grammys in 2010. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, MICHAEL CAULFIELD/WIREIMAGE)
Taylor Swift and Stevie Nicks perform together at the Grammys in 2010. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, MICHAEL CAULFIELD/WIREIMAGE)

She added, “I don’t ever lie in my songs, and if you broke up with me, I don’t put I broke up with you. I tell the truth, always.”

Stevie Nicks wearing the Tortured Poets Department bracelet is more than a fashion statement; it is a heartfelt tribute to a friend and fellow artist whose music continues to resonate with audiences around the world.

This gesture encapsulates the enduring legacies of both Nicks and Swift, two artists whose work is defined by their unflinching honesty and emotional depth.

As Nicks took the stage at BottleRock Napa Valley, her choice of accessory served as a reminder of the powerful bond between these two music icons and their shared commitment to truthful storytelling in their art.

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