They released an album entitled Buckingham Nicks in 1973 (the cover of which is a photograph of the two of them topless).
“All of the men I hung out with are on their third wives by now, and the wives are all under 30.
If I were to write what really happened between 1972 and now, a lot of people would be very angry with me.
Just when I’m single, they’re either taken or in this case, giving up on dating. But she happened to be married to some guy named James Taylor. She decided to live in sin with Jerry Brown who happened to be Governor of California at the time.
So, I then turned my attention to Stevie Nicks, the 3rd of my 70’s “rock babes’ trinity. Then she tells Rolling Stone, she’s narrowed the field of romantic prospects “down to nobody.” Stevie Nicks in Rolling Stone Sadly it appears she’s giving up on dating.
"We were at some get-together and he was there, sitting, playing his guitar — [the Mamas and the Papas' hit] 'California Dreamin' ' — and I walked up and brazenly burst into harmony with him.
It was cool, and I said 'I'm Stevie Nicks' and he said 'I'm Lindsey Buckingham.' I never saw him again for two years, until he was in a band and he remembered that night and he called and asked me to join their band." That second meeting resulted in the formation of their romantic relationship as well as their musical career.
She said, ‘I met him at some point during the age of 17.’ But I thought she said, ‘The edge of 17.’ I said, ‘Jane, can I use that? " While the song is said to be partly about John Lennon’s murder, Nicks added that it’s also “a little bit about Tom.” That was Jane talking about Tom,” she revealed of the lyrics about a broken-hearted soul.
“I bet a lot of people thought I was talking about me, but I was chronicling their relationship as she told it to me.” The world is not ready for my memoir, I guarantee you,” she said.
Nicks elaborated that Fleetwood’s future wife, Sara, went after him and “got him” while they were dating.