Stevie Nicks

1994 Street Angel Tour

Stevie NIcks, Street Angel Tour, Mann Music Center, Philadelphia PA, 1994Stevie Nicks supported the release of her fifth album Street Angel with a national tour. The shows started on July 22, 1994 in Mansfield, MA and concluded on September 18, 1994 in Los Angeles, CA. For the tour, Stevie enlisted the help of former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Rick Vito and longtime friend and vocalist Sara Fleetwood.

Stevie made two major TV appearances during the tour. The first was on August 2, 1994 when she appeared on The Late Show with Dave Letterman to perform the album’s second single “Blue Denim.” On August 24, 1994 she performed the song again on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

In between the two TV appearances, Stevie filmed the music video for “Blue Denim” at the Riverside Theater in downtown Milwaukee on August 13, 1994. The music video later aired on VH1 and was included on the DVD portion of Crystal Visions…The Very Best of Stevie Nicks (2007) with commentary of the filming from Stevie herself.

To promote the Street Angel album, Stevie performed the following four songs in concert: “Blue Denim,” “Destiny,” “Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind,” and at some shows, “Docklands.” The final show of the tour at the House of Blues in Los Angeles was recorded and rebroadcast for the Westwood One Superstars Concerts Series. She included a rare solo rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain.”

July 14, 1994The RoxburyLos Angeles, CA
July 22, 1994Great WoodsMansfield, MA
July 24, 1994Jones Beach AmphitheatreWantagh, NY
July 26, 1994Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga, NY
July 27, 1994Finger Lakes Performing Arts CenterCanandaigua, NY
July 29, 1994Starlake AmphitheatreBurgettstown, PA
July 30, 1994Mann Music CentrePhiladelphia, PA
August 1, 1994Garden State Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
August 2, 1994Ed Sullivan Theatre
(Performed “Blue Denim” on The Late Show with David Letterman)
New York, NY
August 4, 1994Walnut Creek AmphitheatreRaleigh, NC
August 5, 1994Merriweather Post PavillionColumbia, MD
August 6, 1994Classic AmphitheatreRichmond, VA
August 8, 1994Chastain Park AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
August 10, 1994Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
August 13, 1994Riverside Theater
(Filmed music video for “Blue Denim”)
Milwaukee, WI
August 14, 1994Poplar Creek Music TheatrePoplar Creek, IL
August 16, 1994Riverport AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, MO
August 17, 1994Sandstone AmphitheatreBonner Springs, KS
August 19, 1994Pine Knob AmphitheatreClarkston, MI
August 20, 1994Celeste CenterColumbus, OH
August 24, 1994NBC Studios
(Performed “Blue Denim” on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno)
Burbank, CA
August 25, 1994Greek TheatreLos Angeles, CA
August 26, 1994Greek TheatreLos Angeles, CA
August 28, 1994Concord PavilionConcord, CA
August 29, 1994Arco ArenaSacramento, CA
August 31, 1994Irvine MeadowsIrvine, CA
September 2, 1994Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
September 3, 1994Compton TerracePhoenix, AZ
September 5, 1994Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, NV
September 7, 1994Fiddler’s Green AmphitheatreDenver, CO
September 9, 1994Woods PavillionHouston, T
September 10, 1994Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, TX
September 17, 1994House of BluesHollywood, CA
September 18, 1994House of Blues
(Recorded for Westwood One Superstars Concerts Series)
Hollywood, CA


  1. Outside the Rain
  2. Dreams
  3. Docklands*
  4. Rooms on Fire**
  5. No Spoken Word*
  6. Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind
  7. Rhiannon
  8. Stand Back
  9. Destiny
  10. Gold Dust Woman
  11. Talk to Me
  12. Blue Denim
  13. Edge of Seventeen
  14. I Need To Know
  15. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You

*Performed at some shows on the tour
**Replaced “Docklands” towards the end of the tour


  • Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
  • Don Boyette: Bass
  • Lenny Castro: Percussion
  • Dan Garfield Keyboards
  • Marty Grebb: Organ, saxophone
  • Russ Kunkel: Drums
  • Carlos Rios: Rhythm Guitar
  • Rick Vito: Lead Guitar
  • Sharon Celani: Backing vocals
  • Liza Jane Edwards: Backing vocals
  • Sara Fleetwood: Backing vocals

Thank you to Russell Buchholz for contributing to this page.

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