Stevie Nicks Live in Vancouver, Canada
September 15, 2012 - Voices in The Park
Above photos By Jonathan Evans and LaraColleen
Above photos by Ambrosia and lennyfry
Stevie Nicks performs during Sarah McLachlan's School of Music's Voices In The Park concert at Stanley Park in Vancouver, B.C., Saturday, Sept 15, 2012. Photograph by: Arlen Redekop, PNG
VOICES IN THE PARK
Feat. Sarah McLachlan, Stevie Nicks, Bryan Adams, Jann Arden, Bill Clinton, The Boom Booms and more
Where: Brockton Point (Stanley Park)
VANCOUVER -- Sarah McLachlan's Voices in the Park concert held Saturday at Brockton Point in Stanley Park was a resounding success.
An estimated 11,000 music fans came through the gates for a full afternoon and evening of music and inspiration featuring performances by McLachlan, Stevie Nicks, Bryan Adams, Hedley, Jann Arden, and a special speech by former U.S. President Bill Clinton, who spoke about the importance of music in his life.
Stevie Nicks opted for a full-on rock display focused on the classics:
a cover of Led Zeppelin's Rock and Roll (fitting), Rhiannon, Gold Dust Woman and so on.
Garbed in the same shiny black-and-gold polka dot cape she said she bought for the Stand Back video in 1983, Nicks did the best she could to fight the evening chill -- "I'm from California," she said.
Her voice was strained, her range much more limited than in her glory days. Nicks wields a bewitching kind of aura but the magic in Edge of Seventeen was all but gone.
Full Review at the Vancouver Sun