Wednesday, March 09, 2011

STEVIE NICKS LIVE IN LONDON - JUNE 26, 2011

Stevie Nicks To Play Hard Rock Calling
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STEVIE Nicks has been added to the line-up for Hard Rock Calling 2011 on Sunday, June 26.

The Fleetwood Mac icon will be joining headliner Rod Stewart whose appearance at Hard Rock Calling was also announced this week.

Both Stewart and Nicks are currently in rehearsal for their upcoming Heart & Soul US tour.

Hamish Dodds, president and CEO of Hard Rock International, commented: “Stevie Nicks is one of the most influential women in music, and we’re thrilled to add her to the lineup at Hard Rock Calling and help celebrate our 40th Anniversary.”

Multi-Grammy winning Stevie Nicks has had an unparalleled career as a solo artist and member of Fleetwood Mac, whose Rumours album has sold over 50 million copies worldwide and was a Top Ten album on the UK charts for 24 weeks.

Nicks has penned several Fleetwood Mac classics including Landslide, Dreams, Gold Dust Woman and Rhiannon.

Her solo career began with her five times platinum debut Bella Donna, while her iconic hit singles include Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around, Edge of Seventeen, Leather and Lace and Stand Back.


WHEN DO TICKETS GO ON SALE

Tickets for Rod Stewart are on presale 9am Thursday 10th March - at Livenation: HERE

TICKET PRICE PRESALE - 61.00£


Rod Stewart General Onsale 9am Friday 11th March

TICKET PRICE - 61.00£

Tickets for the Sunday go on sale on at 9am on Friday, March 11, 2011 and are available at

Sunday 26th June sees legendary singer perform in Hyde Park
Hard Rock Calling

Stevie Nicks will grace Hyde Park as support to Rod Steward when she plays Hard Rock Calling on Sunday 26th June. The superstar is the second artist to be confirmed on what is already shaping up to be an incredible day of live music in London's back garden. During her hugely sucessful solo career, Stevie has had forty Top 50 hits and sold over 140 million albums.

2 comments:

Sarah said...

I am beyond excited about this! It has been 22 years since Stevie performed solo in the UK, I am sure that more people will be there to see her rather than Rod Stewart!

Anonymous said...

Totally agree, Stevie is the legend and headliner. What a voice.

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