Thursday, March 31, 2011

Billboard Boxscore: Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA

Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks were # 12 on this weeks Billboard Boxscore 
with their Atlanta show on March 23rd.
Tickets Sold: 
Tickets Available: 
# of Shows: 1 / Sellout: 1
Ticket Prices: $149.50, $49.50
Promoter: Live Nation

VIDEO: Passion & Young Turks... Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks March 30th Boston

Really great footage!... Love these! Stevie's getting into the swing of things and seems a little more relaxed up on Rod's stage...

Plus: Edge of Seventeen | Landslide

(Review) Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks Bring the Hits to Boston

With a combined 75 years of hits between them, there’s no way that a Stevie Nicks/Rod Stewart double bill could possibly disappoint? Well…the two legends of pop/rock took the stage for a show at Boston’s TD Garden and blew my modest expectations away. Both in their sixties, and with two completely different styles of performance, each artist was incredibly entertaining.

My expectations were modest for several reasons. One was Nicks’ well-documented history of drug abuse. Another was Rod Stewart’s recent inclination towards the great American songbook. I didn’t want to see the guy sitting on a stool sitting standards. There was also the fact that the opening date of the barely week-old tour had already been cancelled on account of Stewart having the flu.

Continue To The Full Review at PopBlurd

Photos of Rod and Stevie in Boston 
can be viewed on the TD Garden FACEBOOK page.

photo credit: Steve Babineau

NEW on itunes STEVIE NICKS Official PING Page

Stevie's got her very own Ping Profile on itunes as of today!

(Review) Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks: Hits-packed Night of Crystal Visions and Reasons to Believe

By Sarah Rodman

Rod Stewart’s daughters may love Stevie Nicks and that is why he headed out on tour with her. But it would seem that the enduringly cheeky Brit and the high priestess of Fleetwood Mac overestimated just how much overlap there actually is in their respective audiences outside of his immediate family.

Last night at the TD Garden, there were definite pockets of diehard Stevie-mania in the crowd of 13,000-plus and an overall appreciation for her well-known hits. But from ovations to singalongs to basic energy level it was clearly Stewart’s audience.

Continue To The Full Review

(Photos) Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks MSG NYC 3/26/11

Photos by: wagz2it

(Photos) Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA 3/24/11

Check These Out... Nice! 
Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA 3/24/11
Photos by Rhagans

(PHOTOS) Rod Stewart | Stevie Nicks Boston March 31, 2011

Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks 
TD Garden, Boston, Mass. 
March 30, 2011.

Photos by: Protest Photos1

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

"Secret Love" AC & Triple A Chart Update

In it's 5th week on the AC charts, the latest from Stevie Nicks "Secret Love" is still gaining in radio play week over week showing an increase of 27 plays over the previous week. Other tracks on the chart were played a little more so therefore "Secret Love" remains at # 23 with a bullet. This chart position will be reflected in Billboard Magazine issue date April 9th. With 9 new AC stations picking up the track as of March 28th the single should no doubt see a move up on next weeks chart - provided those 9 stations play the track and none of the existing stations drop the track.

In it's 4th week on the Triple A Chart the single moves back up to # 26 after dipping to # 27 last week even though last week "Secret Love" picked up radio play. This week saw a decrease in radio play on Triple A stations but the decrease was less then others causing "Secret Love" to actually move up one place on the chart. One Triple A station picked up the track on March 28th which shouldn't really do much for it's chart position next week - it'll need a little bit more help from radio at these stations if it's going to go much higher.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Stevie Nicks "In Your Dreams" Official Tracklist

1 - Secret Love
2 - For What It's Worth
3 - In Your Dreams
4 - Wide Sargasso Sea
5 - New Orleans
6 - Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream)
7 - Annabel Lee
8 - Soldier's Angel
9 - Everybody Loves You
10 - Ghosts Are Gone
11 - You May Be The One
12 - Italian Summer
13 - Cheaper Than Free

Rhino Records Canada
a subsidiary of WARNER MUSIC CANADA

Release Dates:
April 29th in Europe
May 3rd in North America
May 6th in Australia
June 27th in the UK in the Netherlands and Amazon in the US confirm this setlist.

Check out the Album/Movie trailer in full on HD quality at 

(Review) Stewart, Nicks deliver stellar concert - Mohegan Sun Arena

Go Magazine
The Sun Chronicle

UNCASVILLE, Conn. - It resembled two shows in one as two stellar rock singer/songwriters joined together.

Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart took the stage Sunday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena, playing lengthy sets of their own material and dueting on a couple of songs as part of their "Heart & Soul Tour." Wednesday they hit the TD Garden in Boston.

Nicks is scheduled to release her first album of new material in a decade, "In Your Dreams," on May 3. Her seventh album, it was co-produced by former Eurythmic David A. Stewart.

The album's first single, "Secret Love," which she wrote decades ago, has been out since February and that was among the first songs in her set.

After "If Anyone Falls in Love," Nicks told the crowd before singing "Dreams" that it probably has been in every Fleetwood Mac show. That No. 1 song is off the phenomenal 1977 Grammy-winning "Rumors" album.

Nicks' mystical "Sorcerer" led to the psychedelic "Gold Dust Woman," also from "Rumors," and which was extended as she did her trademark twirl.

The two drummers soloed to segue into Nicks' "Stand Back," a No. 5 song from 1983 that showcased some impressive bass playing. Stewart did the song in the early '90s.

"Rhiannon," Fleetwood Mac's first hit off the No. 1 and first album with Lindsey Buckingham and Nicks, continued the blend of songs.

The acoustic guitar came out for the sweet "Landslide," also from the above "Fleetwood Mac."

Another of Nicks' big solo hits, "Edge of Seventeen," from her 1982 chart-topping debut album, was also dragged out with some sizzling guitar.

The encore was "Love Is," with just a piano player and backup singers.

Nicks, whose voice was as breath-taking as ever, was also backed up by two women singers, three guitarists and two keyboardists.

Elle's Music Issue "Music's Biggest Female Acts" Stevie Nicks will be featured

Elle’s Music Issue (on newsstands April 12) features a large variety of music’s biggest female acts — from longtime successful ladies like Stevie Nicks, Beyonce and Gwen Stefani, to just-popped performers like Florence Welch, Nicki Minaj and Willow Smith.