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Watch Stevie Nicks Sing ‘Rhiannon’ From ’24 Karat Gold’ Concert Film

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Watch Stevie Nicks Sing ‘Rhiannon’ From ’24 Karat Gold’ Concert Film

  |   Written by CLAIRE SHAFFER Claire Shaffer Claire Shaffer's Most Recent Stories Bartees Strange Is Tired of Your Genres St. Vincent Is Teaching a Virtual Creativity and Songwriting Course Cher, The Chicks, Halle Berry to Participate in GLAAD Spirit Day VIEW ALL Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Show more sharing options Stevie Nicks will be releasing a concert film, Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert, in select screenings in the coming weeks. But fans can now catch a sneak preview of the movie with a clip of Nicks performing “Rhiannon” during her sold-out 24 Karat Gold Tour. The minute-and-a-half-long video shows Nicks walking on stage during the iconic opening of “Rhiannon,” taken from the first album she recorded as part of Fleetwood Mac. In front of a giant full moon, Nicks performs the song in appropriately witchy attire. Directed and produced by Joe Thomas, Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert was filmed over two nights during the 67-city tour and features a setlist that includes hits and fan favorites from Nicks’ Fleetwood Mac years as well as her solo career, including “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” “Edge of Seventeen,” “Stand Back,” “Landslide,” and more. Nicks previously released another teaser for the film, featuring her performance of “Gypsy.” Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert will be shown in select theaters, drive-ins, and exhibition spaces for two nights only, on October 21st and 25th, distributed by Trafalgar Releasing and BMG. Tickets and a full list of screening locations are available on the movie’s website. Nicks will also release an accompanying live album on October 30th, available as a two-CD physical set (exclusive to Target), two vinyl sets (a limited-edition “Crystal Clear” two-LP set available exclusively at Barnes & Noble, and a 180-gram black vinyl version available everywhere), and on digital and streaming services. In This Article: Concert film, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks Want more Rolling Stone? Sign up for our newsletter. SPONSORED STORIES 25 Ways to Survive Wild Animal Attacks 25 Ways to Survive Wild Animal Attacks Ice Pop [Photos] Top 17 Most Paused Movie Moments [Photos] Top 17 Most Paused Movie Moments Direct Expose Celebs Who Married Their Fans: 40 Pics Celebs Who Married Their Fans: 40 Pics mentertained.com Canceled: These Shows Won't be Coming Back Next Season Canceled: These Shows Won't be Coming Back Next Season Investing.com 25 Vinyl Records Worth a Fortune Today 25 Vinyl Records Worth a Fortune Today Investing.com [Pics] A Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been Translated [Pics] A Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been Translated Scientific Mirror The Richest Songwriters of All Time Ranked The Richest Songwriters of All Time Ranked Investing.com [Pics] Man mocks woman on plane, doesn't realize who's behind him WorldLifeStyle Recommended by Sponsored Stories Costco's Kirkland Label Is Actually Other Brands In Disguise Investing.com 7 Mistakes Everyone Makes Hiring a Financial Advisor SmartAsset Plastic Surgeon Tells: “Doing This Every Morning Can Snap Back Sagging Skin (No Creams Needed)” Beverly Hills MD Dr. Ron Paul: "Here's What I Think Is Coming Next for America" Stansberry Research Flash Poll: Will You Vote For Biden? Democratic Governors Association 14 Rock 'n' Roll Girlfriends Who Influenced Classic Songs Ranker More From Rolling Stone Eddie Van Halen on His Guitar Heroes and How He Found His Sound Alex Winter on How Eddie Van Halen Was the Guiding Light of 'Bill & Ted' Billie Eilish Announces 'Where Do We Go?' Livestream Concert The Postal Service Audition Anne Hathaway, Kenny G, Slash, and More in Get Out the Vote PSA Trump to America: Screw Your Jobs and Families. I Want My Supreme Court Justice Now Kenny Chesney Remembers Eddie Van Halen: 'The Best Guitar Player That Ever Lived' Recommended by ADVERTISEMENT AdChoices Sponsored Conversation Your voice matters. Conversations are moderated for civility. Read our guidelines here. Your Username Log In Your Username Powered by TermsPrivacyFeedback Trending BOSTON, MA - AUGUST 1986: Michael Anthony, Sammy Hagar, Eddie Van Halen perform at the Boston Garden, Boston, MA on August 14, 1986 (Ron Pownall/Getty Images)

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Stevie Nicks will be releasing a concert film, Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert, in select screenings in the coming weeks. But fans can now catch a sneak preview of the movie with a clip of Nicks performing “Rhiannon” during her sold-out 24 Karat Gold Tour.

The minute-and-a-half-long video shows Nicks walking on stage during the iconic opening of “Rhiannon,” taken from the first album she recorded as part of Fleetwood Mac. In front of a giant full moon, Nicks performs the song in appropriately witchy attire.

Directed and produced by Joe Thomas, Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert was filmed over two nights during the 67-city tour and features a setlist that includes hits and fan favorites from Nicks’ Fleetwood Mac years as well as her solo career, including “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” “Edge of Seventeen,” “Stand Back,” “Landslide,” and more. Nicks previously released another teaser for the film, featuring her performance of “Gypsy.”

Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert will be shown in select theaters, drive-ins, and exhibition spaces for two nights only, on October 21st and 25th, distributed by Trafalgar Releasing and BMG. Tickets and a full list of screening locations are available on the movie’s website. Nicks will also release an accompanying live album on October 30th, available as a two-CD physical set (exclusive to Target), two vinyl sets (a limited-edition “Crystal Clear” two-LP set available exclusively at Barnes & Noble, and a 180-gram black vinyl version available everywhere), and on digital and streaming services.