the Gulf area We can expect him to grace a performance from Fleetwood Mac’s siren Stevie Nicks this spring. As part of a 14-date national tour, the legendary singer-songwriter is set to play San Francisco Chase Center on March 23, followed by a second Northern California show on March 26 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
Nicks, who joined Fleetwood Mac in 1974 and left in 1990, began releasing solo albums in the 1980s and has had a colorful career since parting ways with her former bandmates. Aside from Fleetwood Mac hits like “Dreams” (which has had a renaissance thanks to a viral TikTok video) and “Landslide” (immortalized in countless covers, most notably by The Chicks), Nicks’ solo discography included songs like “Stand Back” and ” Edge of Seventeen”, which was recently remixed on Miley Cyrus’ 2020 album “Plastic Hearts”. Nicks’ last album was Live in Concert: The 24 Karat Gold Tour, which included 17 albums. songs Compiled from her 2016-2017 International Tour.
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