Showing posts with label Rod Stewart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rod Stewart. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

CLEVELAND Win Tickets To Stevie Nicks & Rod Stewart’s w/ 98.5 WNCX

98.5 WNCX Cleveland's Classic Rock

‘NCX Workforce members, we know you put your heart and soul into your work, now you can do the same in your play! Listen weekdays at the Workforce Winning Times of 9:30am, 1:30pm, and 4:30pm for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the “Heart and Soul Tour” with Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks on Friday, July 20th at the Q! 

Plus, one lucky Grand Prize winner gets upgraded to prime reserved seats!

Tickets ($149.50, $95, $49.50) go on-sale Friday, March 2 at 10am via, the Q’s website, the venue box office, all Northern Ohio Discount Drug Marts or charge by phone (888) 894-9424.

Enter To Win Tickets to Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Live in Cincinnati July 21st

2 Tickets to the Show

Please Note:
  • You must be 18 or older to enter and win.
  • 5 Winners will be announced on March 2, 2012.
  • Prizes must be picked up at the FOX19 Studios Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
Link To Enter
Two Legends - One Stage
Heart and Soul Tour
Riverbend Music Center - Cincinnati, OH
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Tickets on sale Friday, March 2nd at 10:00a.m. via Ticketmaster
Rod Stewart Fan Club Pre-sale begins Thursday March 1st
Ticket Price Range: US $37.30 - US $167.80

Win tickets to see Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Live in Cincinnati!

All this week, listen to Ray at 7am for your chance to win tickets to see Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks, July 21st at Riverbend Music Center!

It’s easy… listen, call, win… weekdays at 7am only on Rewind 94.9

Concert Details

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Live in Orlando, FL Aug 3rd

Friday August 3, 2012
Orlando, FL - Amway Center

Tickets on Sale: Saturday, March 17, 2012 | 10am.
Ticket Prices: $45, $85, $145 | All tickets are subject to applicable taxes, service, handling and facility fee charges.

Buy Tickets: Tickets will be available at the Amway Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, or by calling 800.745.3000.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Live | Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & Cleveland Dates Announced

The Heart and Soul Tour kicks off on July 20th in Cleveland !

Friday, July 20, 2012
Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena

Tickets on sale March 2, 2012 at 10am - Quicken Loan Center
Ticket Prices: $149.50, $95, $49.50 plus a $3 facility fee.

Clevaland Presale begins March 1st 10am - Live Nation Password is: saxophone
Q Insider Password is: maggie

Tickets start at $49.50 and go on sale to the public Friday, March 2nd at 10:00 a.m. at the Quicken Loans Arena Box Office, charge by phone at 888-894-9424, online at and at all northern Ohio Discount Drug Marts.

Saturday, July, 21, 2012
Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Music Center

Tickets on sale March 2nd at 10:00am at, and all Ticketmaster locations including select Kroger stores and Ticketmaster Charge By Phone at 1.800.745.3000.

Rod Stewart Fan Club Presale
Start: Thu, 03/01/12 10:00 AM EST
End: Thu, 03/01/12 10:00 PM EST

Onsale to General Public
Start: Fri, 03/02/12 10:00 AM EST

US $24.00 - US $146.00
US $24.00 Ticket + US $13.30 Fees = US $37.30
US $146.00 Ticket + US $21.80 Fees = US $167.80

Special Notes: *Ticket prices include parking and are subject to applicable Ticketmaster service charges.

Saturday, July 28, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA - Consol Energy Center

Tickets on sale March 2, 2012 at 10:00am - TicketmasterTickets also available at the Dick's Sporting Goods Box Office at CONSOL Energy Center, including select Giant Eagle locations, and Ticketmaster Charge-By-Phone at 1-800-745-3000. MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover are accepted.

Pittsburgh Live Nation Presale Password: Heartsoul 

Live Nation/Venue Presale
Start: Thu, 03/01/12 10:00 AM EST
End: Thu, 03/01/12 10:00 PM EST

Premium Seating Presale
Start: Thu, 03/01/12 10:00 AM EST
End: Thu, 03/01/12 10:00 PM EST

Onsale to General Public
Start: Fri, 03/02/12 10:00 AM EST

US $47.25 - US $142.50
US $47.25 Ticket + US $12.85 Fees = US $60.10
US $142.50 Ticket + US $19.75 Fees = US $162.25

Monday, December 26, 2011

Best Concert Photos 2011 - Stevie Nicks / Rod Stewart Chicago, 2011

Soundspike have compiled what they believe to be the best 100 photos from the nearly 11,000 concert shots published this year.  Stevie Nicks with Rod Stewart made the list at # 87 with the above from Chicago in April, 2011.

Full list at Soundspike Photo by: Daniel Boczarski

Friday, July 22, 2011

Tours are hot again (Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Make Top 10)

Big acts mean bigger numbers

Ticket sales for concerts are up even though prices are higher With acts like U2, Kenny Chesney, Bon Jovi and Lady Gaga leading the way, the concert touring business is enjoying a healthy comeback this year after struggling in 2010.

In the first six months of 2011, total grosses for the top 100 North American tours was $ 1.12 billion. That’s up $ 157 million or 16.2% over the same period last year, according to Pollstar, which tracks the live music industry. The total number of tickets sold was 16.7 million, a 5.3% increase, but surprisingly, the average ticket price was up 10.2%, or $ 6.25, to a record $ 67.02.

Through the end of June, U2’ s 360 tour was the runaway top moneymaker, raking in $ 85.8 million and selling 979,000 tickets to 14 North American stadium shows with an average gross of $ 7.8 million.

Pollstar editor Gary Bongiovanni says artists and promoters have helped the upturn by taking a more conservative approach in terms of venue size, frequency of return to certain markets and number of markets played. He says the higher prices weren’t expected coming off a year with lower grosses and ticket sales. But many of this year’s shows offer audiences good value for their dollars.

" What’s happening is that some artists are combining with a stronger support act, almost a co-bill situation,” Bongiovanni says, pointing to package tours such as Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks, New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys, and George Strait, Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack.

Source: USA Today

Friday, June 17, 2011

WIN TICKETS to see ROD STEWART headline at Hard Rock Calling with STEVIE NICKS as SPECIAL GUEST!

Hard Rock Calling is coming to London’s Hyde Park and Metro have 3 pairs of tickets to give away for Sunday June 26th.

Rod Stewart will be headlining the iconic event on Sunday June 26. Stevie Nicks, Adam Ant, Rumer, Train and Gugun Blues Shelter will also be playing the main stage.

Further acts performing on Sunday include Lighthouse Family, Mike and the Mechanic, The Barenaked Ladies and James Walsh.  To be in with a chance of bagging tickets to Hard Rock Calling on Sunday June 26th, click the link below.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Top 20 Concert Tours from Pollstar So Far This Year...

The Top 20 Concert Tours ranks artists by average box office gross per city and includes the average ticket price for shows in North America. The previous week's ranking is in parentheses. The list is based on data provided to the trade publication Pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers.
Pollstar - Most Expensive
Concert Tickets


1. (1) Bon Jovi; $1,761,027; $98.85.
2. (2) Lady Gaga; $1,686,994; $94.97.
3. (3) Rod Stewart / Stevie Nicks; $1,455,243; $107.14.
4. (6) Kenny Chesney; $1,168,548; $69.01.
5. (4) Lil Wayne; $1,162,942; $91.74.
6. (5) Elton John; $1,108,476; $92.40.
7. (7) Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band; $862,756; $75.20.
8. (8) Ricky Martin; $840,198; $70.87.
9. (9) Usher; $786,264; $68.05.
10. (10) Rammstein; $750,953; $61.68.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Update: Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart Heart & Soul Boxscore Totals

New to the list is the Oracle Arena show in Oakland, CA on April 20th - the lowest grossing date reported to Billboard thus far + the least attended show of the tour - that was reported to Billboard.

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Contest: Win Tickets to see Stevie Nicks in London at Hard Rock Calling June 26th!

See Bon Jovi, Stevie Nicks, Rod Stewart, & BNL in London!

Toronto, Canada radio station boom 97.3 is sending you to experience the Hard Rock Calling Festival, June 24 to 26 at Hyde Park in London, England! You & a guest will be rocking it out all weekend with Bon Jovi, Stevie Nicks, Rod Stewart, Barenaked Ladies, & more! Starting Monday, June 6 - every time you hear Bon Jovi on boom 97.3, be the 20th caller through at 416.870.0973 & you could be off to London for Hard Rock Calling! Grand prize draw will be in the 7am hour on Monday, June 13. Good luck!

Friday, May 13, 2011

Heart & Soul By The Numbers... (2 New additions) Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart

Billboard Magazine published their most recent listing of the top tours reported to them by promoters... The Billboard Boxscore totals this week included the Vancouver and Phoenix stops on The Heart and Soul tour and they ranked # 9 and # 10.

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Hot Tours: Billboard Reports Hollywood Bowl Stats for Stevie Nicks & Rod Stewart

Landing at No. 2 are co-headliners Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks who appear on the Hot Tours tally together for a fourth week. The second place ranking, the duo's highest so far, is based on box office stats from two sold out concerts at the Hollywood Bowl on April 16 and 17. More than 32,000 fans filled the famed Los Angeles outdoor amphitheater for both performances, generating $3.5 million at the box office. Since the Heart & Soul Tour launched back in March, more than $13.7 million in ticket sales have been reported from nine sold out performances.

Gross: $3,557,030
April 16-17
Hollywood Bowl, Los Angles (2/2)
Attendance: 32,154 (32,154)

Thursday, April 28, 2011

The Heart and Soul Tour With Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart May Not Be Over!

Days after coming in off the road from his “Heart & Soul” tour with Stevie Nicks, Rod Stewart was back in the studio, recording vocals for his forthcoming blues album with, as he calls him, “his former boss,” Jeff Beck.

In other news...

He and Nicks may also tour together again after their inaugural run of 18 shows. “We got off to a little bit of a shaky start because she’s extremely nervous, a real pro, doesn’t want any mistakes, but I’m just the opposite. I like mistakes in a show, that vulnerability, the element of risk,” Stewart says. “But she was wonderful to work with. She was so great, by the end of the tour, she’d bought all my children a piece of jewelry, the three girl singers in the band jewelry, she bought me a piece of jewelry and what did i buy her? A Jo Malone candle. I felt so cheap!” Given that Stewart has eight children, that’s a considerable amount of jewelry.

Full Interview at

Stevie mentioned the possibility as well in the recent Billboard Article

Monday, April 25, 2011

Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks - Seattle Key Arena (Photos by David Conger)

Stevie Nicks | Rod Stewart
Key Arena - Seattle
April 23, 2011
Photos by David Conger
David Conger Photos: Gallery | Slide Show

Review Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart Live in Seattle.

Photo by Ned Austin Brooks
The two rock stars performed a three-hour concert packed with classic hits, good vibes and plenty of nostalgia.

CONCERT REVIEW: Rod Stewart, Stevie Nicks show heart and soul at KeyArena
By Gene Stout
April 25, 2011

Rod Stewart may not be “Forever Young,” as one of his more famous songs suggests, but he could have fooled me.

At 66, the veteran rocker appeared trim, handsome and athletic Saturday night at KeyArena, kicking soccer balls into the crowd with the precision of a seasoned player and gliding effortlessly across a sprawling stage that looked like the set for a stylish, ’60s musical variety show.

The concert was part of the “Heart & Soul Tour” with Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac. The two rock stars performed a three-hour concert packed with classic hits, good vibes and plenty of nostalgia.

Nicks, also looking far more youthful than her 62 years, opened the show with “Stand Back.” The set included such favorites as “Dreams,” “Sorcerer,” “Gold Dust Woman” and “Rhiannon,” but “Landslide” was the most moving of her classic songs. Accompanying the beloved hit were photos of her childhood as well as images of her parents that certainly resonated with the middle-aged fans who filled most of the seats at KeyArena.

Before singing “Secret Love,” from her upcoming solo album “In Your Dreams,” Nicks talked about her latest connection to Seattle, via a niece who works here in radio. She called Seattle the “city of my heart.”

Dressed head-to-toe in black, Nicks closed her set with “Edge of Seventeen” and a touching version of the seldom-heard ballad, “Love Is.”

Nicks returned later for a couple of duets with Stewart, who opened his set with the O’Jays classic, “Love Train,” followed by “Tonight’s the Night” (which prompted an audience sing-along) and the rambunctious Sam Cooke hit, “Having a Party.”

Performing on a stylish, sumptuously appointed stage, Stewart defied age and gravity to put on a colorful, energetic and highly entertaining show, even if his voice was raspier than usual. Among those on stage were a bevy of women singer-musicians in red dresses. They recalled the fashion models in Robert Palmer’s 1980s “Addicted of Love” video.

The hits were delivered rapid-fire: “You Wear It Well,” “The First Cut Is the Deepest” (Cat Stevens), “Some Guys Have All the Luck” and “You’re in My Heart.” Stewart also performed such R&B, soul and rock ‘n’ roll favorites as Cooke’s “Twistin’ the Night Away,” Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little Rock and Roller” and Eddie Floyd’s “Knock on Wood,” featuring his backup singers.

Stewart, who recently celebrated the birth of his eighth child, Aiden, showed photos of his beloved Celtic Football Club and displayed the team’s green-and-white logo. Stewart also saluted the 70th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation with a moving “Rhythm of My Heart.”

Stewart closed his colorful show with the big hits “Hot Legs” and “Maggie May,” followed by an encore of “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy,” his signature song.

Photos by Ned Austin Brooks - 14 Photos on Facebook HERE
Full Review at

Key Arena Photo Gallery on Facebook HERE

Saturday, April 23, 2011

(Review x 2) Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks - Vancouver April 22, 2011

Photograph by: Ian Lindsay, PNG
Friday night brought two legendary forces in music together at Rogers Arena
By Janelle Kidd
Rogers Arena

Between them, they have sold millions of albums, won countless awards, earned inductions into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and accumulated vast catalogs of classics that have shaped the direction of Rock & Roll.

Friday night brought two legendary forces in music together at Rogers Arena, for a show that the crowd of 12,000-strong won't soon forget.

The pairing of Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks was a perfect blend of veteran presence and youthful energy. The seasoned performers' passion for music is undeniable.

Making its second to last stop in Vancouver, the duo's Heart & Soul Tour celebrates the release of Stewart's latest album The Best of...The Great American Songbook, while building anticipation for Nicks' new album—her first album of new material in a decade—In Your Dreams, set for release on May 3.

Full Review of the show at the Rogers Arena website


Rod Stewart shows he's still got it in Vancouver
Nicks kept the near-capacity crowd happy with her mix of Mac standards and solo hits
By Steve Newton

Who’d have thought that two Vancouver concerts in the same week by a couple of ancient rock headliners from the ‘70s would be so damned impressive? Rod Stewart’s hugely entertaining show at Rogers Arena Friday night was a real nice follow-up to Robert Plant’s impeccable performance at the Queen E. the previous Sunday. It came down partly to both singers choosing the right material and still being able to perform it well, but mainly to the fact that they surrounded themselves with some of the finest instrumentalists and vocalists on the planet.

Although what’s been dubbed the Heart and Soul Tour billed Stewart as coheadlining with Stevie Nicks, the former Fleetwood Mac member only sang about 10 songs to Stewart’s 20, and her stage setup wasn’t nearly as lavish. But the 62-year-old Nicks still managed to keep the near-capacity crowd happy with her mix of Mac standards (“Rhiannon”, “Landslide”) and solo hits (“Stand Back”, “Edge of Seventeen”). One the downside, when she draped herself in a frilly scarf and twirled around in her frilly dress all I could think of was that scene in Sid and Nancy where Nancy Spungen (Chloe Webb) sees herself wearing Sid’s grandmother’s clothes and freaks out with “Aaggh! I look like fuckin’ Stevie Nicks in hippie clothes!”

Full Review of the show at

(Review) Mission Accomplished for Nicks

Photograph by: Ian Lindsay, PNG

Sparks fly as Stewart and Nicks team up 
Veteran vocalists show their heart and soul at Rogers Arena

Photo Gallery - 25 shots

When you take two of rock’s most memorable vocalists and pair them together, you can expect sparks to fly.

And that’s exactly what happened Friday night at Rogers Arena, where fans were treated to lengthy sets by both Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart performing on the same stage on what was dubbed the Heart & Soul Tour.

The pairing not only made sense stylistically — both Stewart and Nicks possess their own set of well-worn, sand-blasted pipes — but it also served to highlight two new releases: Stewart’s fifth instalment in his Great American Songbook series released late last year, and Nicks’ first studio effort in 10 years, In Your Dreams, which is set to be released on May 3.

Considering the breadth and impact of both artists’ career — with millions of records sold and armfuls of Grammy nominations and awards — new material would only play a small part in what turned out to be two fairly classics-heavy sets, which is probably what their 12,000 fans in attendance really wanted more than anything.

They certainly would not leave disappointed.

Stewart surprised just about everyone by stepping onto the stage right off the bat to introduce “one of the great voices of the 20th century” and the crowd on the floor rose to its feet as Nicks, draped in her signature black dress with sequined arms and gloved hands, made her way to the microphone to kick off her set with a rocking Stand Back.

For the Full Review visit The Vancouver Sun website

Photos: Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart in Vancouver

Stevie Nicks Live in Vancouver April 22, 2011
Photo by: Ian Lindsay, PNG

View the Photo Gallery HERE

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Stevie Nicks - Oakland, CA April 20, 2011 - Video and Fan Review

Landslide... Always a crowd favorite!
She looks beautiful with her wavey hair...

Review by: "Anonymous" posted on the Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks Tour Dates page
My husband, oldest son and myself went to see them last night in Oakland, CA and I can honestly say it is one of the very best concerts I have ever been to in MY life and I have been to many. They both put on an incredibly good concert and everyone was totally into it. Stevie sang more songs and had more stage time than Rod which was fine by me because she still has it going on BIG TIME and her voice is still is beautiful and strong as when she was in her 20's. Rod is still going strong but his voice is not quite as strong as it once was but I have been unable to think of anything else the entire day today because the concert was that awesome. I am so happy I got to see the 2 of them together. I have seen Rod Stewart in concert before but not Stevie Nicks or Fleetwood Mac but she is without a doubt my favorite female vocalist of all time. She was FANTASTIC and this is one concert I will never ever forget. I just wish I could see it again; it was that good. Anyone who thinks differently don't listen to them. There was so much energy last night and it was packed. I actually cried during one of Stevie's songs. I feel honored to have been fortunate enough to attend that concert.