Wednesday, August 31, 2011

REVIEW: Stevie Nicks pleases in return to Boston


Kevin McSheffrey, Managing Editor
Boston Music Spotlight 

With the voice that’s helped sell over 140 million records, Stevie Nicks hit town on Monday in support of her most recent album, In Your Dreams. Although her latest effort hasn’t quite sold in the mass quantities of her previous works, it has received highly positive feedback. The veteran singer would prove that she can still garner the same response with her performance as well at the Pavilion.

Infamous for her style, Nicks appeared for the first number, “Stand Back” in a red shall over a black gown that looked like a party dress fit for an evening at Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s house from “Rocky Horror”. She would use her wardrobe to set the tone on several numbers, appearing with a golden shall during “Gold Dust Woman”, which had fans roaring from the opening drumbeat, sporting all black for the classic “Rhiannon”, and later returning in all white for the thrilling “Edge of Seventeen”.

However, the night wasn't about fashion....

FULL REVIEW AT Boston Music Spotlight

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