It was a night of 1,000 Stevies both on and offstage.
The Fleetwood Mac singer's Saturday show at Toyota Center -- on Halloween weekend, no less -- inspired several fans to don shawls and scarves, floppy and top hats, lace and long,
Others honored the festivities in costumes and makeup. (A Joker here, a sexy cat there.)
Nicks' current 24 Karat Gold Tour is also showcasing a different side of the iconic singer. It included several songs she's rarely performed
She told the
"Wild Heart," never before performed
Nicks performed "Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream)" in a long, white coat. It was no mistake that it played like some sort of gothic drama.
"That was for Bella and Edward, who live in my heart, and the stories of 'Twilight,'" she said.
There were, of course, ample moments of classic Nicks. She swirled her scarves and shook her tambourine. And the crowd roared when she took a few
Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders, who opened the show, returned for a spirited "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around." Deep
The final quartet of songs were for maximum fan appeal: a still-searing "Gold Dust Woman;" "Edge of Seventeen," featuring images of Prince flashing on the screens; a swirling "Rhiannon" and "Leather and Lace."
Women danced. Men sang along. And Nicks, in all her
Source: Chron.com (Houston)