Stevie Nicks featuring the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

Stevie Nicks
(Photo: The Age / Justin McManus)

On February 18, 2006, Stevie Nicks performed in concert with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. The special concert took place at Rod Laver Arena in Victoria’s Melbourne City Centre. During the show, Nicks dedicated “Landslide” to concert promoter Andrew McManus (of McManus Entertainment), thanking him for coordinating the Australian leg of the Gold Dust Tour.

Although the show was filmed for DVD, it was never released to the public. (A high-quality bootleg video recording of the entire show has been circulating in collectors’ circles.) Because of technical problems, Nicks had to re-record “Outside the Rain” and “Dreams” at the end of the show, still dressed in the unique outfit she wore for “Beauty and Beast,” the last song of the set. Whether technical problems were a factor in the decision to pull the release is unknown. Two audio tracks from the show — “Landslide” and “Edge of Seventeen” — surfaced a year later on the retrospective Crystal Visions…The Very Best of Stevie Nicks (2007).

Set List

  1. Outside the Rain
  2. Dreams
  3. Rhiannon
  4. Sorcerer
  5. Enchanted
  6. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You
  7. Stand Back
  8. If Anyone Falls
  9. Beautiful Child
  10. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  11. Gold Dust Woman
  12. Fall From Grace
  13. Landslide
  14. Edge of Seventeen
  15. Rock and Roll
  16. Beauty and the Beast
  17. Outside the Rain (live re-recording)
  18. Dreams (live re-recording)


Lead vocals Stevie Nicks
Guitar, Musical Director Waddy Wachtel
Guitar Carlos Rios
Bass Al Ortiz
Drums Jimmy Paxson
Keyboards, piano Darrell Smith
Keyboards, Hammond organ, guitar Brett Tuggle
Percussion Taku Hirano
Background vocals Sharon Celani, Lori Nicks, Jana Anderson
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Scott Smalley (conductor)

New Release

Stevie Nicks, Stand Back 1981-2017, compilation

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