Stevie Nicks Timespace 1991

1991 Whole Lotta Trouble Tour

Stevie Nicks Whole Lotta Trouble Tour 1991Stevie Nicks supported the release of her first solo retrospective Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks with a national tour. Dubbed the “Whole Lotta Trouble Tour,” the shows began on July 9 in Houston, Texas, and ended on October 31 in Los Angeles, California. Stevie performed an additional show at the Whiskey a Go-Go in Los Angeles on November 14, where she performed the Timespace single “Love’s a Hard Game to Play.”

Overall, Stevie performed the following 10 songs from the Timespace collection: “Beauty and the Beast,” “Edge of Seventeen,” “Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You,” “If Anyone Falls,” “Rooms on Fire,” “Stand Back,” “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” “Talk to Me,” “Whole Lotta Trouble,” and the aforementioned “Love’s a Hard Game to Play” at the last show in Los Angeles.

*January 19, 1991Celebrity TheatrePhoenix, AZ
*June 4, 1991My PlaceSanta Monica, CA
July 9, 1991Woodlands PavilionHouston, TX
July 11, 1991Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, TX
July 13, 1991Blockbuster PavilionCharlotte, NC
July 14, 1991Lakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
July 17, 1991Merriweather Post PavilionColumbia, MD
July 19, 1991Great WoodsMansfield, MA
July 20, 1991Holman StadiumNashua, NH
July 22, 1991Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
July 23, 1991Jones BeachWantagh, NY
July 25, 1991Lake CompounceBristol, CT
July 26, 1991The SpectrumPhiladelphia, PA
July 28, 1991Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NY
July 31, 1991Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
August 2, 1991Trump Taj MahalAtlantic City, NJ
August 5, 1991Starlake AmphitheatreBurgettstown, PA
August 6, 1991Kingswood AmphitheatreToronto, ON
August 8, 1991Poplar Creek Music CenterPoplar Creek, IL
August 9, 1991Alpine Valley Music CenterEast Troy, WI
August 11, 1991Red Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, CO
August 14, 1991Concord PavilionConcord, CA
August 15, 1991Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
August 17, 1991Greek TheatreLos Angeles, CA
August 18, 1991Irvine Meadows
Irvine, CA
October 25 1991Loews Anatole HotelDallas, TX
October 31, 1991The Whiskey a Go-GoLos Angeles, CA
November 14, 1991**The Whiskey a Go-GoLos Angeles, CA

*Benefit show
**”Love’s a Hard Game to Play” was played at this show.


  • Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
  • Mark Andes: Bass
  • Scott Crago: Drums
  • Les Dudek: Lead guitar
  • Cat Gray: Piano
  • Michael Lennon: Rhythm guitar
  • Eddie M: Keyboards, saxophone
  • Peter Michael: Percussion
  • Sharon Celani: Backing vocals
  • Lynn Mabry: Backing vocals


  1. Outside the Rain
  2. Dreams
  3. I Need to Know
  4. Talk to Me
  5. Beauty and the Beast
  6. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  7. Rooms on Fire
  8. If Anyone Falls
  9. Stand Back
  10. Whole Lotta Trouble
  11. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You
  12. Edge of Seventeen
  13. Rhiannon
  14. Landslide

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