[The Nicks Fix]

June 27, 1998: Lakewood - Atlanta, GA

from Maggie
Last nights show in Atlanta was incredible. The night was definately Enchanted. There's no need to go over the song set because that really isn't important. What is important is the feeling I had and the way she touched my soul. I had lawn seats but managed to make my way to the seated section. Then some guy came up to me and handed me his ticket(he was leaving!!!!) I waltzed right down to the fifth row and remained there for half the night. The staff was really cool and let us go down to the stage really early.(Like right after Stand Back!!!)So I stood with my hands propped on the stage for a long time. It was crazy;Stevie was right there. Well when she made her run across the stage i was fortunate enough to be able to give her my flowers and touch her hand!!!!My dreams suddenly became a reality.....The show was great. Don't miss it if you can help it. Stevie will give you a night you will never forget. I believe now that we are "sisters of the moon." I will always remember this night....By the way she looked beautiful and her shawls were mesmerising, just beautiful.She said she wanted us to remember her and I know all her fans will never forget what she has done for music and for the world....Stevie: "Do it for the world"...

Love Always and Forever.......

from Cathy
This concert rocked!!! I wish I could have been there earlier to see Boz, but there was a huge traffic jam going into Atlanta. Somebody decided to close off the left two lanes for construction, so there was only one lane available for Atlanta traffic (actually, there were 2 because people decided to use the emergency lane to get through faster). We were sooooo close to running out of gas that we had to take the nearest exit. While we were there, we met a police officer who told us how to bypass all the construction. And then, WE WERE AT LAKEWOOD!! We walked in and found our seats, which were pretty good.

We were there just in time to watch Boz do his last song. The crowd loved him; they were standing during his songs and he came out for an encore. Between Boz and Stevie, we met this lady sitting next to us and agreed that we would try to move into better seats. I also told her that we would be allowed to go up to the stage for Edge of Seventeen. Security here was pretty light (although they did take my camera away :( ). People were at the stage even before Whole Lot A Trouble started. As soon as twisted ended (cool effects for this song, by the way), the three of us held hands and just weaved in and out of the crowd and we actually got to about the third row of people from the stage before security stopped us. Some other people had watched us sneak up and decided to follow us since we were doing so well. I wish they hadn't taken my camera away, though, because I was getting some VERY good pictures. And also, there were a lot of cameras going off in the front center section and security didn't do anything about those people.

Back to the songs: I LOVED Rhiannon! It had a long intro and a drawn out ending similar to the way she did it in 75, "Silly dreamer, you can't leave her, why don't you take me to the sky?" It was awesome. Stand Back was pretty cool too, except sound here at Atlanta isn't all that great, and you could always pick out the different melodies in the songs. Edge of Seventeen ROCKED!! During this song we were right up at the stage next to one of the speakers. The music was so loud that we could hardly hear Stevie. Even worse, she added new verses to the ending of the song, and from what I could hear it sounded really cool, but I could make out what she was saying. At the end of the song, she was very active. She would lean the microphone waaaay back and scream into it. She did go across the stage to shake hands this time. She got over to where I was, and even though I wasn't the first row of people, I was tall enough to get my hand over and I shook hands with her. I was going to ask her to play Sara, but I forgot to during the hand shake. After she left, she came out for the encore and played I Need To Know. I have never heard this song before, but it was awesome! I loved it. Then she did Has Anyone... I really liked how she ad libbed near the end and said, "And when they ask her about the men in her life..." The crowd loved this. When she said, "And they do ask her..." the lady that we snuck up with was screaming, "Yes they do, Stevie!" It was so cool.

I was somewhat surprised at the number of empty seats. There were always a few seats around us that were empty for people who went to get beer, etc. But some of the reserved seats never filled up. However, the lawn was PACKED. This concert was a near sell-out. I would guess that there were AT LEAST ten thousand people there, and probably more like 15 or 16 thousand. Most of the reserved seats were occupied, and the lawn was filled with people all the way back to the edge. Also, there was a lot of pot flying around here, too. I had never known what it smelled like before, but it was obvious. Don't know why anyone would want to do it, the smell almost made me throw up. Plus, I had a lot more fun sober than I think I would have if I was high. I think that if Stevie can stay sober during this tour, than the fans should at least try to also.

Well, that's it for my lengthy review. I plan to see Stevie again some time, although not on this tour. I really hope that I can see Fleetwood Mac sometime too, because I missed them at Atlanta last year. Oh, well. If you don't have tickets, get them. This is a tour that you absolutely do not want to miss.

from Tracy G
Kick It, Stevie!

"I read from the dictionary: the word 'enchanted' to cast a spell over, to charm greatly, to delight, to enchant, entice, allure, to be brought to the point of tears. Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Stevie Nicks!" -- Chris Nicks introducing his sister to the ecstatic crowd at Atlanta's Lakewood Amphitheater.

But let me begin at the beginning...

We arrived at the Amphitheater promptly at 6:30 p.m. I wanted to ensure that I would have time to purchase a few mementos and check out the ladies room prior to Boz taking the stage. Once we had secured our tourbooks, pins, and postcards, we ventured down to our seats. We were in the seventeenth row, and I was surprised at how close we were.

It was hot (upper nineties), but it just didn't matter. :) (Stupid grin which remained on my face the whole night). I was really impressed with Boz Scaggs. I didn't expect to recognize so many of his songs. The crowd really responded to him after the first couple of songs. I understand now why Stevie says his music is "sexy".

Brief intermission...we watched the roadies set up the stage for Stevie. We had to scan the crowd to see what type of audience Stevie had drawn. To our surprise, many women had dressed in full Stevie regalia. I can only imagine how hot and itchy that chiffon and velvet must have been. Then the lights dimmed...the crowd roared...out comes the Gypsy herself.

Outside the Rain/Dreams -- Finally, OUR concert had really begun! And she sounds absolutely wonderful. She simply can't be fifty!

"Welcome! We are so pleased to be here. We are so pleased to be here with you Atlanta. I would like to tell you a little bit about my show tonight because it's probably different than any show I, I absolutely have ever done. And probably will ever do again after this because this is to back up a box set which is, like, all my songs which I have sung before. So, I am taking the opportunity, first of all, to actually talk to my audience for a change. It isn't that I didn't always want to...and tell you a little about what I'm feeling. So, if you hear a song that, uh, that you don't recognize you were just sleeping, you blinked, and there was, like, there is something new for you. So bear with me and thank you so much for coming." -- Stevie greeting her adoring Atlanta fans

Enchanted -- One of my favorites this tour. It sounded wonderful! Everyone was on their feet singing with her.

Gold Dust Woman -- Out came her beautiful golden shawl. The crowd definitely recognized this song. (Yes, blackcat, she did wail! And spider fingers and twirls, too!)

Gold and Braid -- MY song! It sounds every bit as energetic as it does on the In Concert video.

"So the next song is really special to me because it was written by my favorite songwriter and by now you probably know that that's Tom Petty...and we call this song an argument on stage"

Stop Draggin' My Heart Around -- O.k., so I got a little bit distracted on this song. But, I do know that I had adjusted enough to the fact that I was AT my concert to realize that Stevie has a really great band.

"As I told you at the beginning of this show, this will be different because I am, I am going to kind of share with you all of the things on my box set of my work...So, let's kick back on all of these songs, three songs that I have written about Hollywood and leaving Hollywood...Lindsey and I...and...figuring out what we wanted to do and it made me mad. I really don't know how I can have more fun...I love to sing...I love to sing more than anything else that I have ever done...I wrote this song, it's called After the Glitter Fades." -- Stevie

The acoustic set -- The audience sits for the first (and only) time to fully enjoy these songs. I had a chance to take in the elegant set and lighting. I love how she had her band sit around her in a semi-circle...quite affecting.

"For the second time tonight, I am going to tell you something. I can tell you some things, right?...Well, the day that Lindsey and I went to have the Buckingham Nicks cover taken...in Hollywood, and it occurred to me that maybe movie stars Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo and...might feel like on that day...so when I got home from that photo session, I wrote this song. It's called Garbo."

"Alright, so the very last, last part of my little trilogy here, I wrote when I was seventeen years old. And I knew something was coming, but I wasn't exactly sure what it was. I knew things would be great, and I knew that I would have to give up a lot of things. I knew that nobody would ever promise me a rose garden. ...so, I wrote a song, and it's called You Never Promised Me a Rose Garden." (She didn't call it 'Rose Garden'.)

During this set, Stevie proved once again what a consummate performer she is. I never liked the melodies to Garbo or Rose Garden, but tonight she gave me a new perspective on these songs.

Sleeping Angel -- Another one of my favorites, and Stevie sang it well. She was obviously enjoying herself.

"Thank you so much. And, this is the end of the acoustic part, so I'll be right back."

Stand Back -- She wasn't kidding! This song did, does and always will rock. The lights flared, the guitar swelled, everyone was back on their feet, and this time they were dancing with abandon. Stevie was dancing with us. She even did one of her high kicks! She gave her all at the end. "Why don't you taaaaaaaaaaaake me home!"

Rhiannon -- Each time I hear this song, I am affected differently. I can't explain it, but surely I don't need to explain it to any of you. "And you still cry out for her, after all these years. Don't leave me, don't leave me now."

Band Introductions -- "I never thought, you know, when I wrote Rhiannon, and I think I wrote Rhiannon up in, like, Colorado somewhere in 1973. I never really thought about the fact that I would be singing that song for the rest of my life basically. I would like to introduce you to my band because a girl cannot go on the road without a band. So, to my far right, a good friend of mine from Phoenix, Arizona, on keyboards Mr. Kevin Stoller. Right next to Kevin on the right, we have somebody who has been playing music for me for a long time, and who only when he wasn't there did I realize how much I really missed him. So, my bass player, Mr. Don Boyette. Right behind me, uh, one of the first things that Mick Fleetwood ever said to me was that you need to get a really good drummer. So, I did, Mr. Land Richards. We've got a bass drummer that's also been with me for a long time, and he plays extraordinary percussion, Mr. Lenny Castro. Right next to Lenny, over here somebody who went on the Fleetwood Mac tour with me so when we got together we said you have got to play, on keyboards, Mr. Brett Tuggle. Over here, uh, the ladies that make this fun for me because I already told you once that singing is my favorite part of this, so my two favorite girl singers. On my far left, the beautiful blonde, Miss Mindy Stein. And next to Mindy is somebody who has been working with me since, like, the very end of the seventies. I met Sharon in Hawaii. And she is my Sharona, Miss Sharon Celani. Right next to me, you already met him on vocals one time, on lead guitar and vocals, Mr. Frank Simes. Right over here, someone who has been playing music with me for a long time also, and, uh, who I have to tell you cause it's very important you know that he stuck with me even in the bad times. I love this man. My lead...and guitar player, Mr. Carlos Rios. That's the band. Thank you."

Whole Lotta Trouble -- How can people sit through this song? It was awe-inspiring. The best part of this song was when I saw the couple sitting next to us slip down toward the front. I knew it was my chance. I followed them down to the front. STEEEEVIEEE! So this is the view from the first few rows? I thought I had great seats, but this is the best!

"So, this next song is a song that we, uh, like to dedicate to our fans, and I can't tell where to start. So, Frank find somebody...So, we would like to dedicate this song to Brittany. And it's called Landslide and it's for her."

Landslide -- No Lindsey, but it's Landslide! Some of the best lyrics written by Ms. Nicks. Everyone sang with her. When she said 'I'm getting older, too' the crowd roared, and the lady smiled.

Twisted -- I didn't recognize the intro. I really like the arrangement she is using for her tour. "I think we are the demons...crazy men and crazier women, ooh, they are crying out for love. You'd like to save me, ooh, but you just can't give it up."

Edge of Seventeen -- This is the best song! At this point, I was pushed up even closer than I had been before. When Stevie came around to our side of the stage, I was just about carried to the front. I didn't even try to shake her hand. It was enough just being that close to her and being able to smile at her when she glanced at me. She was radiant. I never thought I would be so close to her! This is a dream, right?

I Need to Know -- This song is too short, and I know the evening is coming to an end. Bittersweet.

Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You? -- I know you did, Stevie. And, no, we won't forget you. She sang the 'poets, priests of nothing, but they are legends' part three times. She is a legend.

Stevie Nicks personified the word 'Enchanted' tonight. Her spell has remained unbroken.

from Kristal Aaron and Angela Goodwin
Hello Enchanted Ones! It is 12:45 a.m. and we just got back from an enchanted evening with Stevie Nicks at Lakewood Amphitheater in Atlanta. First let me tell you the great lengths that my friend Angela and I went through just to get there. O.K. First of all, I live in Auburn, AL and my friend lives about 3 hours away, so she was going to get up bright and early to come down here. When she went to her car to pack up her things, she encountered a flat tire. Well she went and got that fixed but was warned about her very bad brakes but they told her if she used caution she would be O.K. She made it here safely, with good timing, and without stopping. We both were so excited because we knew from our past two experiences of seeing FM last year in Atlanta and in Nashville that she would kick ass. I know that doesn't make us veterans yet, but you see we're only 21and we are confident that this tour will not be the last for the Gold Dust Woman. Before we left, I had to show my friend the Nicks Fix and the other beautiful web pages because she doesn't have a computer. Then we got going. We stopped for a quick bite at Ruby Tuesday's and got on with ourselves. We did put up some beautiful signs on my car letting the world know our love for Stevie. We got some weird looks but we only felt sorry for those poor unenchanted souls. The trip to Atlanta went O.K. but the anticipation was nagging away at our hearts, because we knew we were only about an hour away from seeing Stevie work her magic. When we got off of our exit, the scenic route through the ghetto wasn't that appealing but we made it through safely. When we arrived at the venue, we loved seeing the other fans, plus we saw that old friend of ours(the scalper) from last year. To get him to quit bothering us I gave him one of our beers. Then we drank a few drinks and listened to Stevie as loudly as possible. I was surprised I didn't hear others playing their Stevie CD's but those next to us seemed to really appreciate our makeshift pep rally. As it approached 7:00 Angela and I decided to head on in. We eagerly headed in and claimed our 20th row seats. We were right in the center, so we were ecstatic. Boz started promptly at 8:00. We really did not know what to expect because we didn't think we knew any of his songs. However, it turns out that we were more familiar with his music than his name. We want to encourage everyone to see Boz because he did a very good job. Also, we saw Stevie with her curlers in her hair jamming to Boz from the side of the stage. Although we did not get a response we know Stevie saw us waving at her, but to avoid drawing attention away from Boz she nodded at us and flashed one of her golden smiles. As you know, everyone was on their feet for the majority of the concert and the "die hards" like us were up the whole time. However, there was a regretful couple behind us who was not so happy with our being up during the acoustic set. But, there were people in front of us who were standing up, so we had to stand up to see. To our great surprise/horror, this 50+ man who was about six foot five and at least 200+ lbs. grabbed my friend Angela by the hair of her head and pulled her in agony to her seat. What were we to do? We didn't have our boyfriends with us so we had no real defense. The people who sat next to us were really nice however they missed seeing the random act of violence. I turned around and told him to never touch either one of us again. Meanwhile, his girlfriend or wife was having to hold him back to keep him from hitting me. So, I want to forewarn everyone about this man in case he is going to other concerts. Before Stevie got underway, we talked more to the people beside us and they were as excited as us and they even offered their number to us if we wanted them to go with us to future concerts. I didn't catch their names but I hope to see them again. Then the concert started and Chris walked out and did his thing and you know the rest by now. The security wasn't that cooperative in our rush for the stage when the Edge of 17 started. I sneaked by them but my friend was stopped dead in her tracks. I didn't get close enough to touch Stevie but I was about 5 ft. away from her and once again, she gave me that wonderful smile. Angela made it a little closer. I could hear her cheering me on. Stevie did the two encores I Need to Know and Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You. Everyone was moved to tears. And then like a white winged dove, she flew away into the night and left us awestruck. It is a night we will not soon forget. I want to urge everyone to run and get a ticket if you haven't already. There is no way you will not come out of there thinking that it wasn't the best concert you ever attended. We were sad to see this particular concert come to a close but don't worry because Birmingham and Nashville, Here we Come!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

P. S. Hope to see you all soon. Special thanks to the Nicks Fix for doing such a fantastic job.

from Lindsay
Hi all. My name is Lindsay and I am 18 years old, and I attended the Stevie Nicks concert in Atlanta on Saturday. I am just now getting home, because I live in Panama City, Florida, and it is Sunday afternoon. I attended the concert with my mother, my sister; Heather, and a good family friend, Nan. Mom, Nan and I left to go to my sister's house on Thurs. (She lives abut an hour sutside of Atlanta). Afer 2 days of Antiquing and shopping, we checked into our hotel. We at lunch at this place that i think was called Bertucci's and we went to the concert. We got to the Lakewood about 45 minutes before Bozz Scaggs came on. i walked around and got a shirt, a keychain, a tourbook and a postcard.I met this lady who had on an old dress that had an old FM picture on it. It was really neat. Then Bozz played. He was actualy pretty good. He started at about ten till 8 wich surprised me. He played until 8:45 and then the stage was set up for Stevie. It was incredible. I had seen pictures of it and saw it in the tourbook, but it was just so beautiful when you see it in person. I have to say now that we had lawn seats, but we could see everything. We really had pretty good seats. Steive's band came out ant about five after nine and then she came out during the intro to Outside the Rain. She was wearing what looked like from where I was sitting an outfit similar to what she had on when she did the Letterman Appearance. I will spare you all the details, since it is pretty much the same as all the others, but i will tell you the major highlights for me.

OUTSIDE THE RAIN/DREAMS- Wonderful!! they sound really good together. I liked it :)

AFTER THE GLITTER FADES/GARBO/ROSE GARDEN: Excellent! I really liked her little "acoustic set/ Hollywood trilogy," as she calls it.

RHIANNON: Really cool. I liked it. It was somewhat similar to The Dance last year, but it had its own uniquness. It was really good. this song, Dreams, and Edge of 17 my mom, Nan, and heather were singing along with Stevie!

LANDSLIDE: Really good. Stevie let Frank Simes, her guitar player, pick someone to dedicate it to. He was really good, but no one does it better than LB.:)

STAND BACK: i love this song!! She went backstage, and the intro really didn't give it away, and I was so excited when she came out in the Stand Back cape and It was great. It sounded really good, similar to the Leno Performance.

GOLD DUST WOMAN: I was so excited when she came out with the Gold Dust Woman Shawl on! It was sooooo beautiful. Even though it is older than me, You could still see it sparkel from the lawn. Of course, this is a their generation song, so my family was singing along to this one, too.

TWISTED: This is my absoloute favorite song. I thought she did this in the "acoustic' set, and i was really dissapointed, but then after Landslide she went backstage and changed clothes,(this black long spaghetti strap dress and a silver long jacket--it was really pretty) and the band started playing and I didn't know what song it was until she started singing. I was so excited. It was great. A little different from the demo and what I've ;heard of the duet from Twister, but I really liked it.

EDGE OF SEVENTEEN: My sister was so happy when she sang this song. She had told me her fav. Stevie song was Edge and I didn't tell her she was going to do it. After the end of this song of course she went to the front row and accepted gifts and flowers, and then she went back to her microphone and told us she loved us and that we should all do this again soon.

Then it was time for encores. I liked INeed to Know and Has Anyone Ever Written was great!! it was even better than Letterman.

the evening came to a close and I was sad because i knew the next day I had to go home and go back to work and come down from my Stevie High (Oh, by the way there was so much pot in the air I thought I was going to get high!), but it was a wonder ful 1st Stevie?FM experience.

Peace and Love to all, Lindsay

from Bobbie Key
I attended the concert in Atlanta,Ga on 6-27.It was unbelievable!!! When Stevie came out on stage,the place rocked! The music was wonderful and Stevie was as beautiful and magical as ever.When she sung,Landslide,the entire place sang right along with her.I will never forget it,seeing such a legend perform.
from Gini L. Ennis - Savannah, GA
I was raised on Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks...I was born in '74 when they were at their peak and was singing her songs by age 3 ( I even asked to be called Rhiannon at age 4!) I have been lucky enough to attend tons of concerts (courtesy of my friend in the radio industry) and have met many of them backstage...like Jimmy Buffett, Amy Grant, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, etc. This is the first time I have ever seen Stevie in concert, and OH MY GOD! what a show...what a woman! I was in the 6th row to the right of the stage, perfect view even after some rushed the stage! I didn't even notice that it was HOT AS HELL, but she sounded so much like an ANGEL that I didn't even notice (except for the few drunk and stinky people around me, who obviously forgot their deodorant!) It's as close to HEAVEN as I have ever been! I have tickets to see her Wednesday July 1st in Orlando, FL as well. I have box seats by the stage, but I am trying to upgrade to first or second row, and my friend is trying to get the record rep to give us backstage passes! Please pray for me, I need to convey my feeling to HER HIGHNESS in person...and I hope I get the chance. If not, I just hope that she felt our love Saturday night in HOTlanta and knows that we care.

***Thank you for this wonderful web site and for the e-mail Hot News you send...Keep up the good work Mr. Kinney and your staff...And to the Fans that contribute so greatly, Thank you for your participation.

from Peter H.
What can I say? Stevie gave the ultimate performance Saturday night here in Atlanta. The weather was hot, typical Georgia 90 degrees and high humidity. The air was not moving much underneath where the protected seats were. The crowd was subdued mostly because of the heat. Most everyone was fanning themselves vigorously. It was an older crowd, not many kids at all, and very few Stevie "wannabes". Seemed to me there were more men there than women. Boz took to the stage at 7:54 completely unannounced and to the surprise of all concert-goers milling around the concession area. He played a great set for just under an hour. Appreciation for him grew with each song he played, and several people were up, dancing & sweating by the time he ended with Lido Shuffle.

The crew quickly got stage ready for Stevie after Boz finished. The lights went out, but you could still see clearly as the sun was not completely down. The band came out, and Christopher Nicks was milling about with the dictionary in his hand chatting with band members. Then very unceremoniously he started reading the definition of the word "enchanted" into the center mic. "Ladies and gentlemen, Stevie Nicks!!!". Out she came, and we were all swept away.

Everything you have heard about the show is true. Ohmigod, she talks!!! She was very animated while singing and talking, and although I didn't think she spoke with us that much, it was much, much more that we have ever heard from her before. She was very funny, very genuine, very sweet. She said that she normally doesn't do a lot of talking, but she seemed to be having so much fun interacting with everyone that I hope she continues to do so. The heat was obviously getting to her, as you could see her fanning herself with her hands between songs, and I don't think she did a lot of dancing, but when she twirled, we all went crazy. By the third song (Gold Dust Woman), her hair was obviously "larger" to me, thanks to the humidity.

The acoustical set was the highlight for me, as was "Gold and Braid" and "Twisted", Twisted rocked, being very refined and well produced, and I wish it lasted longer. She said that she originally did not want to do any Fleetwood Mac songs, but she was told that she had to. Landslide was dedicated to a girl in the front named Brittany. We were treated to 2 high kicks from her, one at the end of "Stand Back", and another at the end of "I Need To Know". There was no mad rush to the stage for "Edge of Seventeen", but she shook hands with everyone across the front of the stage, a bodyguard right there at her side. At one point during the song, a fan jumped up on the stage, but he was very quickly whisked away.

She told us that she wanted to move to Atlanta, and we all went crazy. She also told us three times that we need to take care of ourselves so that we can do this again. There was no doubt in our minds that she wanted to keep on touring and performing.

Thank you, Stevie, for performing in the heat. Thank you for talking to us and connecting with us. Thank you for doing a variety of different songs. Thank you for a night we will never forget. Thank you for being at the top of your game and giving us your all. Thank you for being the rock and roll ballerina of our dreams. You are forever in our hearts.

from Greg Jackson
I was one of blessed ones who got to see Stevie in Atlanta. It was everything everyone said and more...it was enchanted, exciting, mesmerizing, incredible and HOT. Stevie was in top form vocally and physically. If she casts any spells, I was under one. In my 17 years as an avid Stevie Nicks fan, this was the best show I've ever seen her do! (I had the best seats I've ever had also.) I was in the 20th row and was anxiously awaiting the beginning of "Edge of Seventeen" so I could move down closer. The security people were not very cooperative but I did start moving up a few rows at a time and finally got down to the stage during "I Need to Know." It was such a wonderful feeling to be so close to such a talented, engaging and beautiful performer. She truly loves her audience like everyone says. She looks so great and her outfits/shawls were beautiful. The way she was being playful with the audience reminded me of when I saw her rehearsing in St Petersburg at the pier a couple of years ago. My highlight of the night was "Sleeping Angel." I absolutely love that song and it captures one of the major things I have always loved about Stevie-its about the way she phrases her words or changes her voice on single words-its hard to explain-but it sends me chills! Go see the show and be thoroughly entertained. I wish I could be there for every show! Rock on Stevie-I Can't Wait to see you again!
from Jason
Hey! Sorry for taking so long to tell you about the Atlanta concert. Although, I see many others have already done so. Basically, it was beyond great, as previously reported. The highlight for me was rushing the stage. My hands were actually on the stage. It was incredible. I met alot of people who seem to know you, or at least the web page. The one who stands out in particular was "Gypsy63," (I think that was her name) whose son I lifted to greet Stevie as she passed (I am about 6'4'' tall). Stevie seem to speak to the little boy (about 12 years old) and then grabbed my free hand and winked and mouthed "thank you" to me while pointing at the little boy. Are you going to the Dallas concert? How lucky you are to have two in your state.
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