Thursday, July 17, 2008

Stevie Nicks Soundstage DVD on sale NOW!

It looks as if Stevie's DVD is now on sale through the WTTW11 Outletplace, a PBS Merchandise Store... I just ordered one, it went through... We'll see how quickly I get this...

Oh... and that mock up cover to the right of the page? I guess I wasn't too far off.

Price: $19.95

In this episode, Soundstage captures a radiant Stevie Nicks in her first filmed solo performance since 1987. Clad in high heels and lace, Stevie boldly jumpstarts the night with "Stand Back." Don't miss a second as she performs songs from her comprehensive career retrospective album, Crystal Visions. Throughout the evening, Stevie elegantly showcases her vocal abilities on "Fall From Grace," and follows a stunning performance of "How Still My Love" with a cover of Dave Matthews Band's "Crash" interpreted through the eyes of a woman. Stevie also beautifully performs "Sara," a song rarely performed without Fleetwood Mac, before finishing up the hour with an amazing cover of Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll."

Stevie Nicks knows how to put on a show. Part Two of this theatrical evening continues with a perfect mix of favorites like "Landslide" and "Gold Dust Woman" that will leave you yearning for more. During this intimate show, Stevie shares poignant personal memories and the origins of her songs. In long, dripping sleeves and trademark shawl, she breaks into her signature slow twirls, exuding a sensuous stage presence. The hour starts off with a riveting version of "Rhiannon" and ends with an epic rendition of "Edge of Seventeen." If that's not enough, Vanessa Carlton joins Stevie on stage for a special duet of Bonnie Raitt's "Circle Dance," as well as "The One," a cut from Vanessa's latest album. Tune in to watch one of the most prolific and influential women in rock music history at her best!

Songs Include:

Stand Back
If Anyone Falls
Fall From Grace
How Still My Love
Crash Into Me
Rock and Roll
The One
Gold Dust Woman
Circle Dance
Edge of Seventeen

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