Thursday, August 25, 2011

Review: Stevie Nicks, old and new | Mystic Lake Casino Amphitheatre

by: Claude Peck
Star Tribune  

Stevie Nicks, whose distinctive voice helped propel Fleetwood Mac into the pop-music record books, is still recording and touring at 63. Her fans caused a miles-long traffic jam Wednesday night near Mystic Lake Casino in the Twin Cities, where she and her tight 10-piece band performed at the new outdoors amphitheater.

After a sundown set by warmup act Michael Grimm, Nicks appeared onstage without much diva fanfare. The 5-foot-one pop star wore stacked black boots, chain-metal-fringed gloves, a crimson shawl over a black dress, her long blond hair catching the cool breeze. She opened her 14-song set with the uptempo hit “Stand Back” from her 1983 solo album “The Wild Heart.”

Full Review at Star Tribune

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