RECAP: Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena

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On Saturday night, Stevie Nicks performed at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina — the 10th show of the 24 Karat Gold Tour.

Stevie Nicks
(Amber Banco)
Stevie Nicks
(Brendan Farrington)
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Stevie Nicks
(Greg Perry)
Stevie Nicks
(Greg Perry)
Stevie Nicks
(Jessica Edney)
Stevie Nicks

Much love and thanks to Childfree diANe, Elaine Cooper, Denny Henson, S Martin, Music Madness, Greg Perry, and rhiannon1119 for sharing these wonderful videos!

Gold and Braid (Music Madness)

Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around feat. Chrissie Hynde (Music Madness)

“This next song was written song by Tom Petty, and uh, he let me have this song for the first single of the Bella Donna record and had he not given me this song, I have to say, we might not even be standing here tonight. So every time I hear this song, I feel like, ‘Thank you, God. Thank you, God, for Tom Petty.’ So… So thank you, God, for Tom Petty!”

Chrissie Hynde after the song: “She would SO be here without Tom Petty!”

Belle Fleur (Music Madness)

“Next song is about, um, was written probably in around, around mid-1979 and it was… I had just been in Fleetwood Mac long enough to understand that I was pretty famous and I had a good job and, um,  I went on tour a lot and if you happen to have a boyfriend, um, you had to leave. So most relationships in those days ended when tours began because you had no choice and you couldn’t certainly take your boyfriend with you. This is what they say on the road: ‘If you don’t have a job, you can’t come,’ especially if you’re a guy coming with a girl singer. So that’s not gonna work. So anyway, this song was kind of written about, in my little, you know, metaphorical mind, of me walking out down the path to the giant long limousine, which I loved from the very beginning, um, and say goodbye. Turning around and waving and saying goodbye and knowing that you’re not gonna come back for a really long time and probably when you do, the relationship is gonna be over. However, you’re going on tour so it’s such a good thing. So anyway, this song’s called ‘Belle Fleur.’ That means beautiful flower…fleur, fleur, fleur.”

Dreams – partial (S Martin)

Wild Heart / Bella Donna (Music Madness)

Wild Heart / Bella Donna (rhiannon1119)

Enchanted (Greg Perry)

New Orleans – intro (Music Madness)

Starshine (Music Madness)

Moonlight – intro (Music Madness)

Stand Back (Greg Perry)

Stand Back story (Music Madness)

Crying in the Night (Greg Perry)

“When Lindsey and I first came to Los Angeles, it was like 1971, and we kind of arrived here with 12 songs that became the Buckingham Nicks songs. The first thing we did was move in with our producer Keith Olsen, much to his like, ‘Oh, great,’ and met Waddy Wachtel. So Waddy started talking to us with our music and we finished this amazing record called Buckingham Nicks. And there was song on it that was gonna be like the single. We’re not sure if anyone even heard this song. We’re actually not even sure if anybody on the West Coast ever heard the record. But he’s been saying to me for many years, ‘Stevie, we should do the song.’ And I’m like, ‘Well, I don’t know, you know. It is on Buckingham Nicks and maybe Lindsey wouldn’t like it.’ And so we never did, and finally this time, ‘Let’s do it. Why not?’ So anyway, this is it. And it’s very old, and when the songs over, I’m gonna tell you actually like how old it is. It’s called ‘Crying in the Night.'”

Crying in the Night (rhiannon1119)

If You Were My Love (Music Madness)

Band Introductions (Music Madness)

Edge of Seventeen (Childfree diANe)

“Hey, what song did you take out…!” (Music Madness)

Rhiannon (Elaine Cooper)

Rhiannon (Childfree diANe)

Leather and Lace (Music Madness)

Leather and Lace (rhiannon1119)

Final comments (Denny Henson)