Stevie Nicks fans can relive her 24 Karat Gold tour with a special concert film, Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert, which will screen in theaters for two nights only this fall via Trafalgar Releasing.
Joe Thomas directed the film, which was recorded during Nicks’ 2017 stops in Indianapolis and Pittsburgh. Tickets will go on sale on September 23rd through the movie’s official site and screen on October 21st and 25th at select cinemas, drive-ins and exhibition spaces around the world. The film will also feature exclusive stories about both new and classic songs Nicks has written throughout both her solo career and as a member of Fleetwood Mac.
On October 30th, Nicks will release the accompanying live album as well in both physical and digital formats. The two-CD version will be available exclusively at Target, while Barnes & Noble will be selling a “Crystal-Clear” two-LP vinyl version. A black vinyl version will be available at all other record retailers. The live version of Nicks’ Fleetwood Mac classic “Gypsy” from the concert film and album is streaming now.
“The 24 Karat Gold Tour was my all-time favorite tour,” Nicks said in a statement. “I not only got to sing my songs but I was able to tell their stories for the first time. I love having the opportunity to share this concert with my fans.”
The 24 Karat Gold Tour began in late 2016 and was in support of Nicks’ 2014 solo album 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault. The LP featured new recordings of previously unreleased demos and songs Nicks had made between 1969 and 1987, although a couple come from the mid-Nineties.
Stevie announced today via her social media that for 2 nights (October 21 & 25) only a film of her 2016/2017 24 Karat Gold Tour will be shown in theaters. As of yet, no locations have been shared on her site but tickets go on sale on September 23rd.
In addition a Barnes & Noble exclusive vinyl is set to be released on November 20, 2020. Available for pre-order, the 180 gram double LP comes on crystal clear vinyl with such hits as Edge of Seventeen, Gypsy, and for the first time ever Crying in the Night. The standard black 180 gram vinyl will on be available on Amazon as well as an MP3 which is already up for pre-order the album itself will come out on October 30th. Lastly a Target exclusive 2 disc CD has also been posted for pre-order with limited edition cover art. The song Gypsy is also on Spotify and other streaming platforms as a single to promote the release/annoucement.
For more information and to purchase visit the links below.
On 9/8/2005 Soundstage Lindsey Buckingham Featuring Stevie Nicks premiered where she came onstage to perform Never Going Back Again & Say Goodbye!
In 2013 Stevie was interviewed during the Sound City Documentary which documented the history of the studio where numerous records were recorded. During her segments she recounted her time in Buckingham Nicks as well as the recording of the 1975 Fleetwood Mac album. She later is seen recording the song, You Can’t Fix This which is featured on the soundtrack and was written about the death of her godson. She was photographed by Sami Ansari of Hot Rock Photos, the later whom gave me permission to add the photos to my site. To kick off our 2 year anniversary celebration take a look at the documentary,and exclusive photos below!
Hard to believe this site has hit its 2 year anniversary! When I first started working on it as well as the socials, I was not sure where this hobby would take me. I knew that being a long time fan of Stevie’s I wanted to create a place for fellow fans to find the latest news, photos and more. Despite the site being down and needing to be rebuilt we are back and better then ever. As a thank you to my followers the site will be updated once a week with new content in celebration starting later today!
Stevie Nicks still cries out for all of us — and it’s why we love to love her.
The legendary rock star and Fleetwood Mac chanteuse spoke out on Twitter about the coronavirus pandemic, particularly the way Americans are responding to and facing the health threat, calling it “a real American Horror Story.”
Nicks guest-starred on the FX drama, American Horror Story: Coven, as a fictionalized white witch version of herself and sang some of her songs. She also compared the current circumstances to the storyline on American Horror Story: Apocalypse, on which Nicks reprised her role.
“If I get it, I will probably never sing again. Put me on a ventilator and I will be hoarse for the rest of my life ~ I don’t have much time I am 72 years old….”
— Stevie Nicks (@StevieNicks) August 11, 2020
A treat especially for those of us who live in the US and did not have the opportunity to purchase the tour book for An Evening With Fleetwood Mac. The band made the Australian version of the Tour book available on their website (Purchase it Here), my copy came in yesterday and I have uploaded scans to the gallery! Special shout-out to Sparrow who runs Kat Dennings Diaries for designing our amazing Logo.
Welcome to the grand re-opening of Stevie Nicks Daily your comprehensive source for all things Stevie Nicks! It has been a taxing two months as the site has been down since the end of May which resulted in our move to a new host. I’ve slowly been working over the past few weeks to rebuild from scratch due to losing the original content I had on the site. Starting during the 1973 Buckingham Nicks era all the way to the recent An Evening With Fleetwood Mac Tour you can find over 800+ photographs in the gallery for the re-opening. Under the about section you can find an extensive biography & lyrics/album information under the music section as well. Official Music videos from both Stevie’s solo career & Fleetwood Mac is located in the video vault also included is the commentary of her videos found on the Crystal Visions DVD.