Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold Concert to Theaters, Audio

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A concert film from Stevie Nicks’ 2017 solo tour will be released to theaters for two nights in October, followed by an audio release. Stevie Nicks: 24 Karat Gold The Concert will play at select theaters, drive ins and exhibition spaces around the world on October 21 and 25, via Trafalgar Releasing.

The film features a setlist of classic rock favorites from Nicks’ solo career and as a member of Fleetwood Mac, including “Rhiannon,” “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” “Edge of Seventeen,” “Stand Back,” “Landslide,” and more, as well as deeper cuts from her platinum selling catalog. Her performance of “Gypsy” was released on Sept. 16, the day of the announcement. Watch it below.

Filming and recording took place in Indianapolis and Pittsburgh in 2017 during the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee’s 67-city 24 Karat Gold Tour. The film was directed and produced by Joe Thomas.

Watch the official trailer for the concert film

Tickets are on-sale at StevieNicksFilm.com, where fans can find the most up-to-date information regarding participating theaters. Dates are subject to change based on the status of local cinema re-openings.

An audio set will be available on 2-CDs on Oct. 30. A 2-LP edition arrives Dec. 4. Both are via BMG and feature 17 tracks of Nicks’ greatest hits live including “Stand Back,” “Gypsy,” and “Edge of Seventeen,” as well as the first ever live recording of “Crying in the Night,” and other live rarities. See the setlist below.

Listen to “Gypsy”

Related: Our story on Nicks’ 1981 solo debut

1 Gold And Braid
2 If Anyone Falls
3 Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
4 Belle Fleur
5 Gypsy
6 Wild Heart / Bella Donna
7 Enchanted
8 New Orleans
9 Starshine
10 Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)
11 Stand Back
12 Crying in the Night
13 If You Were My Love
14 Gold Dust Woman
15 Edge Of Seventeen
16 Rhiannon
17 Landslide

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  1. Da Mick
    #1 Da Mick 17 September, 2020, 01:02

    When I saw the last true Fleetwood Mac tour, it was Lindsay who really made the band work, in so many ways. Nicks was a stale rerun of her twirling Dervish self, whose limited vocals had become even more one dimensional. As reports pretty much lay the ouster of Buckingham from the band solely at Nicks’ door with a “him or me” ultimatum to the band, I have most any interest in Fleetwood Mac, or Nicks, along with any respect I had for them.

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