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  • Stevie Nicks In Concert?

    Has anyone ever seen Stevie Nicks live (w/o Fleetwood Mac)? I love her recordings and I'm considering going to one of her upcoming shows, but I am curious to know if anyone thinks it's worth the money.
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    Re: Stevie Nicks In Concert?

    I've had the opportunity to see Stevie perform as a solo artist and with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Sheryl Crow and Fleetwood Mac on more than a few nights. She is a very mercurial stage act - some nights tremendous & in great voice, some nights a bit flighty and distracted. But she is an artist that truly loves her fans and seems to really try to be there with and for you. She is a great american songwriter who really gives from the heart. She's usually got a great band with her and is truly sweet & funny too. Hope you give her a chance, enjoy!
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      Re: Stevie Nicks In Concert?

      My partner is a HUGE Stevie fan, and brought me along to four of her concerts so far. We sat in seats from nosebleed to the pit, and paid anywhere from $45 to $400 per ticket. I have to admit that I had a wonderful time at each concert, and the tickets were well worth the money.

      My advice? GO! If you're already a fan of her music, you're sure to have a great time!

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