Showing posts with label STEVIE NICKS 2022. Show all posts
Showing posts with label STEVIE NICKS 2022. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 06, 2022

Stevie Nicks Live in Aspen, CO - Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day

Rock icon Stevie Nicks closes out 2022 JAS Labor Day Experience in Snowmass

Photos by Lynn Goldsmith

This year’s version of the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience music festival concluded Sunday night with rock icon Stevie Nicks, of Fleetwood Mac fame, taking the stage at Snowmass Town Park.

Still sprightly at 74, Nicks talked about how she wrote one of the band’s most popular songs, “Landslide,” while in Aspen in 1974. Marc Broussard and Little Big Town also helped close out the experience on Sunday.

New addition to the setlist was Buffalo Springfields "For What It's Worth". 

Monday, August 22, 2022

Stevie Nicks Adds Halloween Alabama Show To Fall Tour

New Dated Added To Stevie's Fall Tour
October 31, 2022
Huntsville, AL - The Orion Amphitheatre

Tickets on Sale Friday, August 26th

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

NEW Comic Book Dedicated To Stevie Nicks


Comic book and graphic novel publisher Tidal Wave has released the latest in its Female Force series, focusing on women who have made an impact around the world, featuring none other than the gypsy woman herself.

Written by Michael Frizell with art by Ramon Salas, Female Force: Stevie Nicks devotes 22 pages to the life of the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman and all-around badass. Chronicling her "passion and unrelenting drive to succeed as an artist," the comic book is currently available in digital, hardcover, and paperback versions.

Previous Female Force titles have profiled Dolly Parton, Kamala Harris, Tina Turner, Betty White, Michelle Obama, Barbra Streisand, Cher, and Gloria Steinem.

Check it out on Amazon

Stevie Nicks announces second leg of her 2022 Live in Concert tour


Stevie Nicks will kick off her new tour dates on Sept. 13 in Clarkston, Michigan

The Queen of Rock and Roll is hitting the road this year — again. On Monday (July 25), Stevie Nicks announced the second leg of her 2022 Live in Concert tour, adding 12 new American dates to her already scheduled festival appearances.

Tour dates are below.

Sept. 13 - Clarkston, MI - Pine Knob Music Theatre 
Sept. 19 - Mansfield, MA - Xfinity Center 
Sept. 22 - Bangor, ME - Maine Savings Amphitheatre 
Oct. 3 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl
Oct. 6 - Phoenix, AZ - Ak-Chin Pavilion 
Oct. 9 - The Woodlands, TX - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Oct. 12 - Alpharetta, GA - Ameris Bank Amphitheatre 
Oct. 16 - Nashville, TN - Ascend Amphitheater
Oct. 19 - Charleston, SC - Credit One Stadium
Oct. 22 - Charlotte, NC - PNC Music Pavilion
Oct. 25 - Tampa, FL - MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Oct. 28 - West Palm Beach, FL - iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre

Tickets for all tour dates with Vanessa Carlton go on sale this Friday, July 29 at 10 AM. Visit for all the info

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Stevie Nicks performs to 23,000 fans in Noblesville, IN June 21, 2022

Recap: Stevie Nicks performs to sold-out crowd at Ruoff Music Center
Photos by Lora Olive 

The rock ‘n’ roll legend played a career-spanning set of hits in front of the 23,000 fans on hand.

Following a headlining appearance on Sunday, June 19 at Bonnaroo, Stevie Nicks made her way to Ruoff Music Center on Tuesday, June 21, in Noblesville on what was a steamy night in Central Indiana.

Over the course of her 16-song set, Nicks touched on standout selections from her time in Fleetwood Mac as well as her solo career. A prime example of this came with the concert’s opening pair of tunes, as Nicks and her band smoothly transitioned from “Outside the Rain” (from Nick’s 1981 solo debut Bella Donna) into “Dreams” (from Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours).

Known for her patented cape, Nicks shared with the audience that the first cape she wore on stage at Ruoff Music Center was the original one she bought back in her solo Bella Donna days.

At the age of 74, Nicks proved time and time again that her voice has aged like the finest of wines, with one chilling vocal performance after the next.

Despite being an otherworldly rock god to some, Nicks brought her show back down to earth a few times throughout the night, often sharing personal anecdotes in the fashion of an endearing aunt.

Nicks’ performed several standouts from her first two solo records. One particular solo Stevie sequence that really stood out in the set came when Nicks and her band played “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” followed by “Enchanted.”

“I know when I see 23,000 gypsies,” Nicks said at one point of the night, commenting on the sold-out crowd on hand at Ruoff Music Center.

Nicks made sure to touch on all of iconic Fleetwood Mac gems she played a big part in. Perhaps the most memorable of these instances came when Stevie and her band performed a towering rendition of the classic Rumours song “Gold Dust Woman.”

In what she referred to as the night’s lone “serious” point, Nicks performed her 2011 song “Soldier’s Angel” in response to Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Nicks closed out her initial set with her classic song “Edge of Seventeen.” Throughout this performance, photos of Prince also scrolled across the stage’s backdrop, subtly referencing how “Edge of Seventeen” inspired Prince to write his timeless classic “When Doves Cry.”

Upon returning to the stage for their encore, Nicks and her band got right to work, paying tribute to Tom Petty with their cover of “Free Fallin’” followed by another Fleetwood Mac classic in “Rhiannon.” To cap off the show, Stevie gave Ruoff Music Center one final display of her vocal prowess, belting out Led Zeppelin’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll” before sending fans out into the night.

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Defying her 74 years of age, Stevie Nicks showed she still has it!

Stevie Nicks caps a Bonnaroo for the ages

There has been perhaps no greater mark of punctuation at the Bonnaroo Music Festival than Stevie Nicks on Sunday night.

Defying her 74 years of age, Nicks showed she still has what it takes to captivate a crowd, her signature siren of a voice piercing the night to stir sing-a-longs and bring reflection.

The multi-generation crowd, many not even born when Nicks was at the height of her career with Fleetwood Mac, soaked in the weight of her song -- her voice and knack for melody still as sharp as ever.

The crowd was still for “Landslide,” a song Nicks said she’s performed at every one of her concerts since 1975, the words carrying as much weight as ever for the star rocker who is still able to perform for 1 hour and 45 minutes in 5-inch heels.


"Well, I’ve been afraid of changin’

Cause I’ve built my life around you

But time makes you bolder

Even children get older

And I’m getting older too"


In a concert filled with highlights, Nicks belted out an extended version of “Gold Dust Woman” like she was still 27, then finished with a four-song encore that included a version of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock N Roll” as her final number.

The show was rich with Tom Petty recognition. Nicks told the crowd she didn’t have a single for her “Belladonna” album before her producer had her put a song written by Petty on it called “Stop Dragging My Heart Around.”

“I guess you could say I found my single,” Nicks told the crowd.

She followed that classic later in the concert with “Free Fallin,” a 1989 Tom Petty song. In showing the depth of her song collection, she offered up a jukebox of hits that included “Gypsy,” “Edge of Seventeen” and “Stand Back.”

Below Photos:
Griffin Lotz, Amy Harris


Stevie Nicks sends off Bonnaroo 2022 weekend in timeless form

Stevie Nicks sends off Bonnaroo 2022 weekend in timeless form: 'For the women!'
Dave Paulson, 

Every year, tens of thousands of ticket holders pack and prepare for Bonnaroo with an idea of how they want to dress, act and feel at this hippie-rooted fest. And for many, that image looks a lot like Stevie Nicks.

You see her trademark style and free spirit reflected in countless attendees, regardless of age or gender. So when the 74-year-old took Bonnaroo’s biggest stage on Sunday night — as the fest’s final performer — it was beyond overdue, and not just because of her influence here.

On Sunday, Nicks became the first female headliner in Bonnaroo history. It’s not a flattering fact for a 20-year-old event, but a cause for celebration nonetheless.

“I am very honored to be the first girl to be the last person on tonight,” she said. “For the women! Yes! But of course, the girl in me says I’m also really glad that there’s a lot of cool men here tonight, too. So do not feel left out.”

From our vantage point in the field, everyone felt more than welcome here, especially as the opener “Outside The Rain” blended right into “Dreams” — a Fleetwood Mac classic, to be sure, but also a recent TikTok sensation.

Soon, she was sharing “Landslide,” and seemingly every other person — whether they were watching intently or weaving their way through the crowd — was singing along. As she sang “I’m getting older too,” a voice nearby shouted, “Never, Stevie!”

Another early treat was her collaboration with the late Tom Petty, “Stop Draggin' My Heart Around.” It’s the song that brought her to Bonnaroo for the first time, when she joined Petty to sing it in 2006.

That tune aside, Nicks and her band kept the set fairly mellow, and for awhile it seemed like she was bringing Bonnaroo down gently after four-plus hectic days and nights. But this set soon got to a roiling boil, culminating in the thunderous “Edge of Seventeen.”

“Bonnaroo, it has been a serious pleasure to be here with you tonight,” she said afterwards. “I might just drop by to tell you some more stories at some point in the future. I’ll call it ‘Stevie 101.’"

After Nicks said goodbye, the crowd chanted for one more song, and were thrilled when she returned for an encore – an inevitable one, if you checked online. Either way, cell service was non-existent in the packed field.

It began with another Petty nod, “Free Fallin’,” plus “Rhiannon” and finally a rousing cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll” (for the second time that weekend, as Robert Plant himself sang it with Alison Krauss on Friday).

“What an awesome audience you’ve been,” Nicks told them. “We couldn’t ask for any more."

Matthew Baron, Jenn D Photography

Stevie Nicks Casts a Spell at Bonnaroo

There are many reasons why it became a tradition to close out Bonnaroo with a legacy act. Not least among them: When you’ve been coated in dust and sunscreen and roasted in the sun for four days, it feels good to sing along to songs you know, which may have been part of your life for a long time. When Bonnaroovians shuffled over to What Stage to end this year’s fest with rock ’n’ roll fairy godmother Stevie Nicks — the first woman solo artist to play a headline slot since the festival launched in 2002 — we certainly got that. 

Nicks and her band, led by guitar hero Waddy Wachtel, played “Dreams,” “Landslide,” “Gold Dust Woman” and “Rhiannon” — bar-setting songs that she added to the Fleetwood Mac canon in the 1970s — as well as the hard-rocking “Edge of Seventeen” from her 1981 solo debut Bella Donna. The lush, many-layered presentation felt like watching your (or your parents’) album collection come to life in vivid detail, and the songs elicited ecstatic tears from more than a few in the crowd. There were also plenty of deeper cuts, like the poignant “Destiny” from Nicks’ 1984 LP Street Angel, that stood tall next to the hits. 

That would’ve been plenty, but as seems to be her style, Nicks brought even more to the table. In one of many asides, Nicks noted that she was wearing a bespoke dress from the photo shoot for the Bella Donna album cover — and how her mom had pooh-poohed her decision to invest the equivalent of a house payment in the piece, which has since paid off. There were nods to her camaraderie with Tom Petty, from performing a gentle cover of the late rock hero’s “Free Fallin’ ” to introducing the Petty-penned “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” with a story that mentioned how she’d wanted to be in The Heartbreakers. The anecdote also mentioned how condescending producer and then-boyfriend Jimmy Iovine had been at the time, one of many instances when Nicks was subject to the misogyny that seems to have always been endemic in the music business. 

The oldest song in the main set was the nuanced and rollicking gem “Crying in the Night,” which Nicks wrote for Buckingham Nicks — the lone eponymous album from her band with guitarist and then-partner Lindsey Buckingham, before the two joined the already-established Fleetwood Mac. The record has since become a cult favorite, but poor performance when it was released, coupled with unfulfilled promises that “Crying in the Night” would be released as a single, convinced her that her fledgling music career was finished. To borrow a phrase from late, great Scene editor Jim Ridley, here was one of the heads on Mount Rushmore, taking a pause from rocking out to open up about the pain of rejection and what kind of perspective five decades has afforded her.

“Not only was it not a single, the whole record actually tanked,” Nicks recalled. “Down the road, everybody thought [Buckingham Nicks] was this great record, but who knew? We certainly didn’t know. If you think your dreams are just trashing out and you’re never gonna make it to where you want to go, that’s not true. … It might take a while to get to your dreamy place, but you will get there, I promise you.”

Later, at the conclusion of an encore that seemed to be finished twice before it actually ended, Nicks & Co. fired off a ripping rendition of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll.” It made Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ thoughtful reworking from a few days prior seem sleepy by comparison, and it was the friendly push we needed to get moving back to the non-Bonnaroo world.

Photos: Angelina Castillo

Sunday, June 19, 2022

Stevie Nicks 1st Woman To Close Bonnaroo Music Festival

Stevie Nicks kicks off the final set of Bonnaroo 2022 with "Outside The Rain"

Stevie Nicks kicked off the final headlining set of this year's Bonnaroo to the sounds of Tom Petty‘s "Running Down a Dream."  

She then took the stage in her signature black dress, long blonde blocks and streamers dangling from her mic stand. The crowd cheered and sang along as she launched into "Outside the Rain" which segued into the Fleetwood Mac classic "Dreams."

In the history of the festival, this is the first time a woman headlined the closing set on the final night. Way to go Stevie!!

Nicole Hester / The Tennessean

Saturday, June 11, 2022


Stevie Nicks Live
Friday, June 10, 2022
Ridgefield, WA
RV INN Styles Resort Amphitheatre

Next 3 stops for June

Sunday, June 12 - Mountain View, CA, Shoreline Amphitheatre
Thursday, June 16 - Salt Lake City, UT, Usana Amphitheatre
Tuesday, June 21 - Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Music Center

Stevie Nicks and Chris Isaak "Cotton Candy Land" Clip from ELVIS Soundtrack

 1 Minute clip of Stevie Nicks and Chris Isaak "Cotton Candy Land" (From the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ELVIS)

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Stevie Nicks featured on the Elvis Soundtrack

Stevie Nicks is featured on the soundtrack to the new Baz Luhrmann-directed Elvis Presley biopic “Elvis” hitting theatres on June 24. Not sure what song she covered. The film is due in theatres on June 24th, presumably, the soundtrack drops the same day. 

Stevie back in 2002 performed "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck" at Divas Las Vegas. Maybe that's her contribution. Who knows. 

Sunday, May 15, 2022

3rd Show STEVIE NICKS Live at The Gorge Amphitheatre

Stevie Nicks Live at The Gorge Amphitheatre
May 14, 2022

IG Photos: sandymackx3, ashley_darlyne, sffthomas


Outside The Rain
If Anyone Falls
Stop Dragging My Heart Around
Bella Donna / Wild Heart
Soldiers Angel (played for the first time since 2013)
Stand Back
Gold Dust Woman
Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream)
Free Fallin'
Edge of Seventeen

Rock N Roll

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