Tuesday, May 16, 2023


General on-sale for the additional dates will begin on Friday, May 19 at 10 AM Local at livenation.com or through Stevie's website  Pre-sales start prior so check the links.

Tue Aug 08 — Milwaukee, WI — Fiserv Forum
Sat Aug 12 — Houston, TX — Toyota Center
Tue Aug 15 — Austin, TX — Moody Center
Wed Sep 27 — Pittsburgh, PA — PPG Paints Arena
Sun Oct 01 — New York, NY — Madison Square Garden
Wed Oct 04 — Buffalo, NY — KeyBank Center
Sat Oct 28 — Memphis, TN — FedExForum
Wed Nov 01 — Savannah, GA — Enmarket Arena
Sat Nov 04 — Allentown, PA — PPL Center ^
Tue Nov 07 — Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena
Wed Nov 29 — San Diego, CA — Viejas Arena
Sat Dec 02 — Inglewood, CA — The Kia Forum
Tue Dec 05 — Palm Desert, CA — Acrisure Arena

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Review Stevie Nicks Live in Raleigh, NC May 12, 2023

Stevie Nicks brings a ‘Landslide’ of hits, and plenty of heart to Raleigh show
Martha Quillin
Photo: Scott Sharpe

In the late 1970s, amid the superstardom that came with the success of two Fleetwood Mac albums, Stevie Nicks occasionally had to ground herself, which she did somewhat literally by dragging her mattress onto the floor.

There, covered in flowers and drapery fabric, she could think back on having to do housekeeping to subsidize her music career, and remind herself that even with the newfound fame, “I am still Stevie.”

The 16,000 or so people who heard her tell that story Friday night at Raleigh’s PNC Arena never doubted: She still is.

About to turn 75, recovering from a month of illness, wearing low-heeled boots to coddle an injured toe and grieving — like her fans — the loss of former Fleetwood Mac bandmate Christine McVie and friend and collaborator Tom Petty, Nicks poured it all onstage.

She reached for and hit the notes. She belted. She hauled out the capes, the drapes and the fringe. She twirled. She floated across the arena stage the way her songs have floated in and out of our lives for nearly 50 years.

I first heard Stevie Nicks in 1977, shortly after Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” had been released on LP and 8-track tape. My friend Donna slammed that huge cartridge into the player in her ‘72 Pontiac GTO and turned it up loud so we could hear it over that big engine.

It was so different from everything playing on the radio at the time: Commodores, Marshall Tucker Band, Queen, Heart, Foreigner, Peter Frampton, Linda Ronstadt, Andy Gibb — all equally great music to the largely undiscerning teenage ear.

But even we knew Fleetwood Mac, often led by Stevie Nicks’ vocals, was different. The blend of blues and rock in the sound, the guitar breaks and the big heartbeat of a drum through the music had us singing along and banging dents into the dashboards of our friends’ cars. And the lyrics, whether by one member of the band or collaborations by several, spoke to us in that complicated time of our lives when so much was happening in and around us we couldn’t begin to understand it all. But Stevie Nicks, Lindsay Buckingham, Christine McVie, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood understood, and set it to music.

In those days, high schools in Greensboro allowed us to leave campus for lunch, and five of us would pile into that GTO for a 37-minute escape from class, screaming along with the music, relishing our youth and our friendships and letting them both fly out the open windows without even seeing them go.

“Rumours” was so good, we went back and bought the 1975 Fleetwood Mac album that marked Nicks’ and Buckingham’s entrance into the band.

After high school, I kept that music in my collection and listened to it when I needed it, along with much of the solo work Nicks did apart from Fleetwood Mac. And yet, somehow I never managed to see Fleetwood Mac or Stevie Nicks live.

So to celebrate finally getting to see her in concert and to show solidarity with the woman whose writing about her heartbreaks helped me survive my own, I wrapped myself in black sequined rayon and a shawl. Amid some of the more hardcore fans, I was under-dressed.

But all of us were rewarded with music that honored Nicks’ long career, a theatrical 17-song set that played out over more than 90 minutes and featured stellar breaks by guitarist Waddy Wachtel, who did much more than try to recreate Buckingham’s brilliant work. The night’s renditions of Petty’s “Stop Dragging My Heart Around,” along with “Gypsy,” “Soldier’s Angel,” “Sara” and “Rhiannon” were outstanding, and when Nicks sang “Landslide” as a tribute to Christine McVie, it was hard not to weep.

Throughout the show, Nicks donned a series of different capes — she doesn’t call them shawls — including the one she used when touring after her first solo album, “Belladonna,” came out in 1981. She held out her arms to show off the navy blue fabric with the long bullion fringe and said this one had “been mended a million times.”

So had she. So have we.

Stevie Nicks concert setlist, Raleigh, NC, May 12, 2023
1. Outside the Rain/Dreams
2. If Anyone Falls
3. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
4. Fall From Grace
5. For What It’s Worth
6. Gypsy
7. Wild Heart/Bella Donna
8. Soldier’s Angel
9. Stand Back
10. I Sing for the Kings
11. Gold Dust Woman
12. Sara
13. Edge of Seventeen

*** Encore ***

14. Free Falling
15. Rhiannon
16. Landslide

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Stevie Nicks: The Timeless Rock Goddess turns 75 (People Spec. Edition)

How Stevie Nicks Inspired a Generation of Hitmakers, From Harry Styles to Taylor Swift

Skyler Caruso
Fri, May 5, 2023

Since first stepping onto the scene as a vocalist in Fleetwood Mac in 1975, the mystical musical goddess has rocked a new generation of hitmakers today. Take a look at the chart-toppers who have been inspired by the legend and her nearly five-decade-long career.

The legendary rock singer and frontwoman of Fleetwood Mac turns 75 on May 26 — and her impact on the music industry can't be understated.

Look back at her incredible career and celebrate her legacy with PEOPLE's special-edition bookazine, Stevie Nicks: The Timeless Goddess of Rock Turns 75 (on sale now), and see some of the current music superstars who credit her as an influence.

Dolly Parton’s “Rockstar” album will feature both Stevie Nicks & Mick Fleetwood.

Two tracks on Dolly's November 17th release "Rockstar" will include two Mac members.


Track 9: “What Has Rock And Roll Ever Done For You” (feat. Stevie Nicks w/special guest Waddy Wachtel).

Track 29: "Let It Be" (feat. Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr w/special guests Peter Frampton & Mick Fleetwood)

The collab with Stevie is on one of her old demos that has been floating around for years in the fan community and can be heard on youtube. The demo was recorded sometime in the mid-80's, around Rock a Little. Can't wait to hear what they've done with the track!

Look for the album to be released this coming November.