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Stevie Nicks performs live on stage during the third day of the 'Hard Rock Calling' music festival at Hyde Park on June 26, 2011 in central London, England.

The legendary voice behind some of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits is coming back to Tampa. Stevie Nicks will play the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre on Tuesday, October 25 at 8pm. Vanessa Carlton (best known for her hit “A Thousand Miles”) opens the show. Stevie’s setlist has been pretty consistent so if you’re going to her Tampa show, you’ll definitely hear some Fleetwood Mac classics. You’ll hear some of Stevie’s solo hits. You’ll even hear some covers of Buffalo Springfield, Tom Petty and Led Zeppelin. Here’s the order of songs she’s stuck to for most of this tour.

  • "Outside the Rain"

    Stevie opens the night with one of her a deep cut from one of her songs from 1981’s Bella Donna album. It’s believed by many of Stevie’s fans that the song is about her relationship with Mick Fleetwood.

  • "Dreams"

    No deep cut here.  This Fleetwood Mac classic from 1977 was the second single from Rumours.  The song was ranked #9 when Rolling Stone put out their 2021 list of “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.”  Stevie wrote the song in about 10 minutes.

  • "If Anyone Falls"

    One of Stevie’s often forgotten solo hits from September 1983.  It was her second single from “The Wild Heart.”

  • "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around"

    The 80s gem she did with Tom Petty was the 25th music video ever played on MTV on August 1, 1981.

  • "Enchanted"

    This song kicks off a 3 disc box set of the same name that Stevie put out in the late 90s that had rare B-sides and previously never heard live recordings of her solo music.

  • "For What It's Worth"

    Here comes the first big cover of the night.  The iconic Stephen Still song is often thought to be about war, but it was actually about the Sunset Strip riots in LA back in November of 1966.

  • "Gypsy"

    The 1982 Fleetwood Mac was partially inspired by the death of Stevie’s friend Robin Synder Anderson who died from leukemia.

  • "Wild Heart"

    The music video for this one was recorded during a Rolling Stone photo shoot.

  • "Bella Donna"

    This one’s the first song and title track from Stevie’s first solo album in 1981.  It features Tom Petty, Don Felder, and Don Henley.

  • "Free Fallin'"

    Speaking of solo albums, this was the first song of Tom Petty’s first solo album. Petty said that this song isn’t about a specific person. It was inspired by drives along Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles.

  • "Stand Back"

    Stevie wrote this one on her wedding day in 1983.  She and Kim Anderson heard Prince’s “Little Red Corvette” on the radio and it inspired this one.

  • "Gold Dust Woman"

    This Fleetwood Mac classic was recorded at 4 in the morning.  According to the story, Mick Fleetwood wore goggles as glass was broken to accentuate Stevie’s vocals.  In later years, Stevie confirmed that gold dust is a reference to cocaine.

  • "Landslide"

    This 1975 song had a second life when it was included when Fleetwood Mac released their live reunion album “The Dance” in 1997.

  • "Edge of Seventeen"

    The classic 1983 hit for Stevie was written after the passing of her uncle and John Lennon’s murder in 1980.   Tom Petty’s wife inspired the title.  Don’t leave after this one.  There’s more to come after the encore.

  • "Rhiannon"

    The Fleetwood Mac hit inspired by a character in the early 70s novel “Triad” where a woman is possessed by a witch named Rhiannon.

  • "Rock and Roll"

    Closing the night out, Stevie turns it up with a cover of the Led Zeppelin classic.  Can’t wait to hear this!