Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks kicked off their much-anticipated, nine-date “Two Icons, One Night”

co-headlining tour at Los Angeles’s SoFi Stadium on Friday, March 10, and the evening featured not one but two surprise duets between

the Gold Dust Woman and Piano Man that had the 70,000-capacity crowd cheering.

But it was Nicks’s tributes to two other much-missed rock icons that had the crowd in tears — and Nicks’s name

Nicks played first, delivering a hits-packed set that included solo songs like “Stand Back,”

“Edge of Seventeen,” and “If Anyone Falls” as well as Fleetwood Mac classics like “Dreams,”

“Gypsy,” “Rhiannon,” and “Sara” and a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It's Worth.” Four songs into her set, the two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame