Stevie Nicks is looking forward to performing for a live audience again.The 72-year-old rock legend opened up about waiting on the coronavirus pandemic to pass in a recent interview on “CBS Sunday Morning.””Time is being stolen from all of us,” said the “Edge of Seventeen” singer of waiting to take the stage again. “Absolutely. Especially if you’re 72 years old.”Such a concept weighs heavily on Nicks, who’s career is still active and consists of frequent live performances.STEVIE NICKS SAYS CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC IS ‘STEALING MY LAST YOUTHFUL YEARS’ AS SHE RELEASES NEW SONG”When you’re really working, you really stay young. You stay young because you have to,” she explained. “But, when you’re just sitting around in your house, I think that Old Man Time starts to get ahold of you.” Stevie Nicks feels that ‘time is being stolen from’ artists as they wait for the coronavirus pandemic to end. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic) The award-winning musician currently holds a unique title as the only woman to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice — once for her solo work and once for her work with Fleetwood Mac.”It’s 22 men that are in twice for their solo


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