Stevie Nicks has called Eagles singer and singer Joe Walsh the "great love" of her life,

why did they split? This is why Nicks feels that Walsh left him, and that of other famous musicians he called "great love."

Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks has dated many famous musicians, including multiple members of the Eagles. But she fell hard for Joe Walsh, the band’s guitarist and singer.

"My biggest crush is Joe Walsh," Nicks told The Telegraph in September 2007, adding that she first fell in love with Walsh when they met in 1983.

 in rare cases, some people see the person they love the first time they see them...across the house, millions of miles away," Nicks wrote in the album's liner notes. his TimeSpace

Some people call it love at first sight, and in fact, I never believed in it until that night,

I was walking into a party after a concert at the hotel, and across the room , without my glasses, I saw this man walking right by him.

During an October 2012 conversation with Interview Magazine, Walsh was asked what he thought of the Fleetwood Mac singer saying he was the “great, great love” of her life.

The Eagles star laughed and said, “I’m very humbled by it. She’s a great songwriter, a great singer and a great person.”

Although Stevie Nicks and Joe Walsh were very much in love, the Fleetwood Mac star revealed that drugs ruined their relationship.

Their drug use got so bad that the Eagles fan feared one of them would die if they continued dating.

Joe and I broke up over coke," she told Q magazine. She told my friend and singer [supporter] Sharon,

"I'm leaving Stevie, because I'm afraid that one of us will die and the other can't save the other,

because the use of cocaine has become so much now that no one either of us can live. through this, so only him.

the only way to save us both is for me to leave.

Joe Walsh of the Eagles isn't the only big love in Stevie Nicks' life. He also called his Fleetwood Mac partner Mick Fleetwood "one of [his] great loves".

And then I fell in love with Mick [Fleetwood]. It went on for two years," Nicks told Spin Magazine in October 1997.

Similarly to what happened with Walsh, Nicks said drugs damaged her relationship with Fleetwood.

The drugs didn’t help, needless to say. We did a lot of blow. I don’t remember how much we did; we spent an awful lot of money on it.”