I am a lifelong fan of Fleetwood Mac and specifically, Stevie. I have listened to her music my whole life. I was lucky enough to be able to go to her show last night in Biloxi, MS. It was absolutely amazing. She looks fantastic and sounds smoother and better than ever!
I just wanted her to know that looking around that room last night at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, it was obvious that she has a following of people from every age group! I saw girls as young as twenty singing and dancing. Then there were the women my age who know every word to every song. Men too! WOW is all I can say. I was, and remain, touched and amazed by her talent and beauty.
Stephanie in Hattiesburg, MS
Last night I attended the June 5th, Biloxi, MS show and it was completely amazing! All of Stevie's outfits were incredible and her voice still sounds like an angel. I was so pleased with this concert I cried tears of happiness. I never thought I would get the chance to see Stevie live, but I came into luck this year.
The only complaint I had was the drunken ladies surrounding me, making fun of me because I came alone. But I wasn't alone. I am pregnant and so I have my newest love with me. I am so happy I got to experience this while with child.
Thank You so much for the opportunity to see one of the greatest shows ever!
Stevie I have much love for you.
Tracy T. in Slidell, LA
I was at Thursday's show and it was fantastic. Stevie looked absolutely beautiful and incredibly youthful. (Happy belated Birthday Stevie) Her voice sounded great. Her band and singers sounded great as well. I really dug those drum solos too. It was just great all around. I was glad I got to go, and finally seeing the show from up front, well..second row, if you call it that. (I was between Stevie and the girls) well..it blew me away, because it's the closest I've ever been through a whole show. I could actually see her smile without binocs this time, lol. Her music has touched me so..over the years, and it still does. It's been a light in dark times as well. I thought those family shots in the backdrop were really sweet. I also thought it was so cool how the encore was dedicated to our troops. I don't think there were too many people who weren't emotional on that one. It was so very touching. Love the new outfit too. Even the covers she did were great, especially that new one. I've never heard that particular one before. You rock Stevie..thank you so much for coming over here to the coast. Hope we made you all feel welcome!
Monica Harris, TSgt, USAF
I don't know if you will ever read this but it is worth a shot.
I was two weeks from deploying to Iraq in March 2008 for six months when I found out that I would not be able to deploy. I was sad that I was not going to be able to lead my team but for the safety of everyone it was best. The next day after finding out that I could not deploy I saw that your tickets were on sale at Hard Rock Casino. What luck did I have? I was ecstatic since I have been a fan since I was 3 years old.
My husband I went to your concert and it was the best concert I have ever been to. You were wonderful and I enjoyed every second that you preformed. The last song "Has anyone ever written anything for you" is my favorite song that you have ever written. When I saw that you made a photo collage of the military troops to go along with the song it moved me to tears. I thought about my team over in Iraq without me and all the other people that I had been in Iraq with. It means a lot to us that you support us during this time in the world. You are truly a great person.
Thank you for coming to Biloxi, thank your for sing to us and sharing your music. You touched many lives that night of people that you will never meet and for that I will be eternally greatful.
Jay in Louisiana
Gets better every time...my 6th lucky time to see Stevie was the absolute best!!! It was the closest I've been to the stage ever!!! Hard Rock Cafe was standing room only...got there early and ran to the front as soon as we got our ticket scanned...no one in front of me!!! I brought my 17 year old nephew Gavin with me...he discovered Stevie on his own (of course I had the library to back his interest up.) The show rocked (no surprise there)..."Rhiannon" I would have to say was the highlight of a night full of them...she wailed a bit more on the end then she had the previous 5 times hearing her sing it in person. Other favs of the night were very seductive renditions of "How Still My Love" and "Gold Dust Woman" as well as scorching versions of "Stand Back", the Bob Seger cover "Face the Promise" (of which she told a Seger/Jimmy Iovine story about) and of course "Edge of 17." She told us how she spent her 60th birthday, watching a performance of the stage musical WICKED...then she commented how she could play the good witch. I was glad she brought back "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You" having replaced it last year with "Beauty and the Beast" as the closer. Thanks Stevie...for giving my nephew and I a night to never forget!!!