December 5th, after a bit of confusion for us fans on whether the show would go on… Stevie Nicks performed with Sheryl Crow. As on Ellen they performed Prove You Wrong. Originally the performance was to take place however this was cancelled and led to an in-studio stage show instead. In addition to this, Stevie made a surprise appearance at Sheryl’s concert at the Ace Theater.
Stevie appeared with dear friend, and musical collaborator Sheryl Crow today on The Ellen Show in promotion of Threads which Sheryl’s final studio album. They were listed as performing the song Prove You Wrong which was a song also featuring Maren Morris from the album. However as a special digital release they also performed Redemption Day which featured the late great Johnny Cash. You can view the performances in the video vault as well as screenshots from the performance in the gallery.
Set your DVRs because Stevie will be making two new appearances! On 12/4 Stevie will be performing on the Ellen show alongside longtime friend, Sheryl Crow. The following day they will perform again on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
No other information is know,but they are sure to be rocking the stage!
“The classic rock vibe of the music series at the American Express golf tournament in recent years will take on a bit of a country feel in 2020.
Two-time Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan will perform at the tournament one night after two-time Rock and Rock Hall of Fame inductee Stevie Nicks plays at the PGA Tour event at PGA West in La Quinta.
Nicks will perform Jan. 17, 2020, on a stage set up on the driving range at PGA West. Bryan will perform Jan. 18.
…Nicks is known for both her prolific solo career as well as for her work with iconic rock band Fleetwood Mac. As a member of the band, Nicks was both a writer and a singer on songs like “Rhiannon,” “Landslide” and “Gold Dust Woman.” In her solo career, Nicks has had hits with “White Winged Dove,” “Stand Back,” and “Edge of Seventeen” as well as collaborations with Tom Petty and Don Henley.”
Went through my computer, and updated the gallery with photos from various Tours & Public Appearances I’ve been meaning to add. Take a look and enjoy!
2011 > 9/18/20112011 Entertainment Tonight 15th Annual Emmy Party
1990 > Behind the Mask Tour > 9/11/1990 London, England
1990 > Behind the Mask Tour > 9/5/1990 Stockholm, Sweden
1991 > MTV Video Music Awards > 9/5/1991 MTV Video Music Awards
2003 > 9/7/2003 Atlanta, Georgia
2011 > 9/8/2011 Listen To Me Concert in Celebration of Buddy Holly’s Music And Legacy
1987 > MTV Video Music Awards > 9/11/1987 MTV Video Music Awards
1999 > American Express Central Park in Blue Concert > 9/14/1999 American Express Central Park in Blue Concert
2006 > Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers In Concert > 9/22/2006 Atlanta, Georgia
2013>Fleetwood Mac Live > 9/24/2013 London, England
2017>Public Appearances>9/24/2017 Bourbon & Beyond Festival
1995 >Public Appearances> 9/20/1995 4th Annual Real Radio KLSX Rock Art Show For Elton John’s AIDS Foundation
Since it has been quite some time since the fansite/gallery has been updated decided to add photos to the gallery from the 24 Karat Gold Tour. On this day (11/4/2016), Stevie performed along with Chrissie Hynde from The Pretenders in Sunrise, Florida.
It’s been one year since Stevie returned to American Horror Story as The White Witch. In honor of this occasion, the gallery has been updated with HQ screen captures from the episode. In addition, Stevie’s scene where she serenades Misty & the others has also been added to the video vault.
On September 20th, BBC 4 in the UK aired the rockumentary Fleetwood Mac’s Songbird: Christine McVie showing fans Christine’s side of history in the “Mac”. Through interviews with her as well as the band, you get a look at the beginnings of the band up until the new lineup featuring Neil Finn and Mike Campbell. Stevie is also interview and recounts the first time she met Christine as well as the potential for rivalry within the band due to her addition to it.
The next addition to the website in celebration of our anniversary is the 1997 documentary Classic Albums: The Making of Rumours.This documentary goes through the process of the making of the Grammy winning album song by song. Through interviews with the band, and producers you get a feel for the writing/recording process as well as the turmoil they went thorough while recording during breakups.
As stated in the previous post, for the 1 year anniversary of this site i’m adding some goodies to the site as a thank you for the followers. I decided for the first “present” to upload Stevie’s 1999 interview with photographer, Norman Seeff.
From IMDB: “Recorded in 1999, Norman Seeff talks with Stevie Nicks, solo artist, and member of Fleetwood Mac, about her stage fright that overwhelms her, but how it can also transform her performances.”