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Old 03-18-2017, 06:00 PM
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Lort - I havent been on here in foreva!!

Looking forward to the Raleigh show tomorrow night at PNC. I Lucked out and scored 4th row almost center last week at regular price. Super duper excited

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Stevie Nicks brought her 'Rockin' 24 Karat Gold" Tour to Raleigh's PNC Arena Sunday night March 19, 2017 with Chrissy Hynde and The Pretenders.




















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Gypsy
https://youtu.be/yUnYWNaa5g4

Enchanted
https://youtu.be/n5jDMxb87kQ

Stand Back
https://youtu.be/RXpbP_6Lr4I
https://youtu.be/y-8Y4tp86zo
https://youtu.be/zELv1URg8eA

Crying in the Night
https://youtu.be/L-T2PIQJ5do

Gold Dust Woman
https://youtu.be/4iHIPmym1Jo
https://youtu.be/Cam4q7zPKIM
https://youtu.be/Cam4q7zPKIM

Edge of Seventeen
https://youtu.be/sdIj7q-eF0U
https://youtu.be/K4io8mNp3p0

Rhiannon
https://youtu.be/LJcF9FTNQpU

Landslide
https://youtu.be/_C-F_SphjHU
https://youtu.be/76D-_6ZwHRA

Miscellaneous
https://youtu.be/8XH5iYsNoog


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It was a really great show - I had a blast. I got my husband to video all of Moonlight as I wanted to watch it without worrying about my phone. I will upload it tonight after work. She was amazing!

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I was there. Waddy gave me his pick! Put it right in my hand!!
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Singertobe - I think I remember seeing that. You were probably right in front of me
My Moonlight video is almost done - Here are a few pics I took I thought turned out pretty good.

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wow.. sorry. Those photos showed up super blurry and pixely on here.. they look good on my dropbox and phone. Oh well. Here's my Moonlight video. Little shakey shakey at first but my husband Mike worked it out in the end

https://youtu.be/AtHceVKq5zg
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Singertobe - I think I remember seeing that. You were probably right in front of me
My Moonlight video is almost done - Here are a few pics I took I thought turned out pretty good.

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Could you maybe post the Dropbox links to these pics only? They're BEAUTIFUL. But the quality here is so bad. You can right click on your file on your computer and choose copy link or share link and then paste it here.
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The magical delights of Stevie Nicks on display with the 24 Karat Gold Tour


Stevie Nicks and Chrissie Hynde aren’t about to high five. They’re duetting on “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” on the rockin’ 24 Karat Gold Tour. The single launched Fleetwood Mac’s front woman’s solo career back in 1981 with her debut album Bella Donna, but it was a track that wasn’t initially a part of the of the chart-topping and certified platinum record. After Nicks had thought she finished the album, producer Jimmy Lovine stepped in and revealed that Bella Donna didn’t have a single.

Unbeknownst to Nicks, she her and professed arrogant self didn’t take kindly to the news at first, but ultimately gave in once Lovine unveiled that Tom Petty wanted to hand over “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” and sing a duet. To this day, Nicks credits Tom Petty and the smash hit for jumpstarting her solo career.

The vocalist shared this heartfelt story and many more on the 24 Karat Gold Tour’s stop in Raleigh. The endless storytelling played into the theme and vision that Nicks saw for the show. She intended to create something special and truly unique unlike any tour she’s ever presented before.

Along with fascinating stories (that could easily be shared in front of a fireplace over a glass of wine with the dearest Fleetwood Mac fans), the night featured live takes on newly recorded and previously unreleased demos gleaned from her storied, 40-plus-year career, which appear on 2014’s 24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault.

While many fans flooded PNC Arena for the music, Nicks’ elegance and bewitching charm shined throughout the spectacle. Nicks is a perpetual role model: someone who’s enjoyed a spirited career alongside numerous hardships, from wavering relationships to substance abuse, and has come out stronger.

Deep down, this trademark pervaded through the twirling of her alluring blonde hair to the jingle of her recognizable tambourine. Her jet black dress swirled alongside the iconic shawl that draped over her shoulders as she serenaded the audience with “Gypsy” and “Rhiannon” from the Fleetwood Mac archives. She unveiled the significant yet hidden details to many songs, which added an unrivaled intimacy to the performance.

This gave insight into tracks such as “Bella Donna,” which she dedicated to her late mother, and “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream),” which Nicks credited with bringing back her songwriting career in 2011, and which she even called “one of her favorite songs every written.” The likes of “Landslide” and “Edge of Seventeen,” though they were each written over 30 years ago, deeply resonated with the crowd, both old and young, and were honored with arena-wide sing-alongs that even most quiet fan couldn’t help but mouth the lyrics to.

There’s nothing that properly prepares anyone for Nicks, including jamming out to timeless tracks in the parking lot beforehand. Her synchronous gravely and feathery wisp shines with every “Ooo, ooo, ooo” on the edge of seventeen. There’s healing powers within Nicks presence. Her combined vocal beauty and bewitching existence is entrancing and there’s few alike phenomenons that exhibit the magical delights of Nicks.








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Stevie Nicks ~ PNC Arena ~ March 19, 2017 ~ Raleigh, North Carolina


Stevie Nicks’ 24 Karat Gold Tour made a stop in Raleigh, North Carolina on March 19 at a packed PNC Arena. She brought along some pretty impressive friends to open up the show for her in Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders. It’s pretty rare to get such a pairing like this it had the crowd very excited for the opportunity to see two great acts together on the same bill. It was a very interesting night of music with some left dazed and confused, while others were wowed by what they heard. If that just confused you, then I will try my best to explain it all to you.

The Pretenders delivered an awesome set that was full of classic tracks such as “Message of Love,””Back on the Chain Gang,””I’ll Stand By You” and of course “Brass In Pocket.” The band sounded amazing and Hynde proved once again that she is still a bad-ass. After a quick changeover, the houselights went down and “Destination Unknown” by Missing Persons began to play over the speakers. The band soon took to the stage and last, but not least, Nicks herself. I remember reading at the beginning of the tour that it would be a night full of rarities, B-sides and other treasures along with some of the hits. Nicks opened with “Gold and Braid” which was an unused track off of her Bella Donna album. It was later included in a deluxe version of the album released by Rhino in 2016. I think the song set the tone for what the evening was going to be about and I will admit that it was met with mixed reactions.

I think that a good majority of the crowd was there to hear the hits and Nicks did deliver some of throughout the set. “If Anyone Falls,” “Gypsy,” “Stand Back,” “Edge of Seventeen,” “Rhiannon” and a few others did make their way into the set and the crowd stood on their feet for those. Hynde even joined Nicks on-stage and took over Tom Petty’s part on her hit “Stop Dragging My Heart Around.” As for the majority of the rest of the set, the crown sat and listened and applauded after each. Yet, many lacked the enthusiasm that they seemed to have when the hits were played. Now, before I start getting some negative comments from people, there were many who enjoyed the other songs in the set and you could easily pick them out in the crowd. I actually loved the other songs that she performed and the stories that she told about them, even though some of the stories were a bit long. It was cool to hear tracks such as the title cuts off of her Wild Heart and Bella Donna albums which rarely, if ever, get played in a concert setting.

It’s rare these days to get completely lost in a performance at a concert due to so many distractions such as the people making beer runs during songs and those who have to record everything on their phones instead of living in the moment. Those things tend to get in my way, as well as others, at a show and can be a distraction. I will admit that I found myself completely captivated by her performance of “New Orleans” as well as “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream).” The stage, the lighting and the images on the projection screen were all keys parts in making these stories told by Nicks ascend to a rather remarkable level. It’s an art form that’s in short supply in today’s industry and that’s the art of storytelling in a song. Yes, there are some artists who are out there today who are keeping this art alive, but it is in rare supply. Nicks gave us all a reminder during this show why she is one of the best at what she does.

Overall, I thought it was exceptionally good, even though the song selections were lost on quite a few. I can understand people showing up for a concert and expecting to hear nothing but the hits, but that just wasn’t the format of this tour. I would hope that many of those in attendance actually did give the songs that they were unfamiliar with a fair listen. I was beyond pleasantly surprised with a few of them that I was not familiar with, thus making me a new fan of those tracks. I think artists like Nicks need to do shows like this rather than just take the stage night after night cranking out hit after hit and then off to the next city to do that same thing again.

Check out pix from Stevie Nicks’ show at The PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina on March 19, 2017. Click on each image for a larger view!
















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