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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.
"All of our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them."
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!
"If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006
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!