Wednesday, April 13, 2011

(Review) Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks - Kansas 4/12/11

By TIMOTHY FINN
The Kansas City Star

Tuesday’s show at the Sprint Center was a jukebox bonanza, a career-spanning showcase by two performers with dozens of hit albums and scores of Top 40 hits between them. Rod Stewart was the headliner, but he appeared first, to introduce the opener and co-headliner, Stevie Nicks, who came fashioned and equipped like the main event: with a seven-piece band, two backup singers and her own video show. Nicks spent her 70-minute set digging through her solo catalog, playing a song (“Sorcerer” "Secret Love") off her upcoming album, covering a Tom Petty song (“You Wreck Me”) and obliging everyone with four of her best-known Fleetwood Mac titles: “Dreams,” “Gold Dust Woman,” “Rhiannon” and “Landslide.”

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Full Review at the Kansas City Star Website:

Stevie Nicks Setlist: Stand Back; Outside the Rain; Dreams; Secret Love; Sorcerer; Gold Dust Woman; You Wreck Me (Tom Petty cover); piano interlude; Rhiannon; Landslide; Edge of Seventeen. Encore: Love Is

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fall from Grace is gone? Sad. I loved that song. Especially the ending.

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