AbramoramaVan Morrison, Paul McCartney and Keith Richards are among the artists appearing in Bang! The Bert Berns Story, coming to a mobile device near you.

The acclaimed documentary about influential songwriter/producer Bert Berns will be released via Apple Music this fall, followed by a global offering via iTunes Movies.

Released theatrically in April and narrated by Steve Van Zandt, the film tells the story of Bert Berns’ amazing career. Berns wrote and/or produced hits for early R&B stars like Solomon Burke, Ben E. King, Wilson Pickett, LaVern Baker and The Drifters. Moving on to the British Invasion, The Beatles recorded his “Twist and Shout” and The Rolling Stones did “Cry to Me.”

Berns was also responsible for hits by Them featuring Van Morrison and Morrison’s first solo hit, “Brown Eyed Girl.” Berns’ BANG Records label, formed in 1965, was also home to artists like the McCoys of “Hang on Sloopy” fame and the Strangeloves who had a hit with “I Want Candy.” His composition “Piece of My Heart” was later recorded by Janis Joplin as a member of Big Brother and the Holding Company.

Berns, who died of heart failure in December 1967 at age 38, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.

Berns’ son, Brett, who directed the documentary, says, “This film was a journey of discovery – a labor of love for my siblings and I that brought us closer to the father we never knew. We had inspiring screenings at over 35 festivals and knew we had something very special.”

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Rhino RecordsRhino Records is celebrating the 50th anniversary of legendary band The Doors with multiple versions of a new compilation, The Doors: The Singles.

Due September 15, the project brings together all the singles and B-sides released from the six studio albums The Doors recorded between 1967’s self-titled debut and 1971’s L.A. Woman.

The collection will be available in three formats:

–a two-CD package featuring all 20 singles and their corresponding B-sides, plus four mono versions sent to radio.

–a two-CD set plus the 1973 compilation The Best of the Doors released in Quadraphonic sound on Blu-ray disc for the first time.

-a limited-edition box set of all 20 singles on seven-inch, 45 rpm vinyl with the original sleeve art and labels.

All the audio will also be available for digital download and through various streaming services.

Many of the B-sides in The Doors: The Singles will be making their CD debut. They include a cover of blues legend Willie Dixon’s “(You Need Meat) Don’t Go No Further,” originally the B-side of the band’s 1971 hit “Love Her Madly.”

The collection also features several tracks released after singer Jim Morrison’s death in 1971. Included in those are two songs the remaining trio of keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robbie Krieger and drummer John Densmore recorded on their own: “Tightrope Ride” and “The Mosquito.”

The Doors’ 50th anniversary celebration also includes a July 28 release of a limited edition, seven-inch vinyl reissue of their first number one hit, “Light My Fire,” featuring artwork from the Japanese version of the single.

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Scott Robert RitchieRingo Starr is inviting all his friends and fans to join in his annual Peace and Love birthday celebration.

The ex-Beatle will take part in a special public event next Friday, July 7, his 77th birthday, at noon PT at the famed Capitol Records Tower building in Hollywood, California.

The gathering will include appearances by Ringo’s brother-in-law Joe Walsh, as well as Edgar Winter, Eric Burdon, Don Was, drummers Jim Keltner and Matt Sorum, and Nils Lofgren.

Celebrities such as David Lynch, Richard Lewis, Howie Mandell, Jeremy Piven and Ed Begley, Jr., will also be on hand for the event, which will culminate in Ringo’s annual Peace and Love salute.

Fans around the world are invited to participate in events being planned in two dozen cities. You can find out more, as well as share your own Peace and Love messages and photos, by going to the Events section of Ringo’s Facebook page. Fans are encouraged to use the hash tag #PeaceAndLove on all related social media posts.

Among the Beatles-related cities and locations participating are the Cirque du Soleil’s Beatles: Love production in Las Vegas, the Cavern Club in Liverpool, Abbey Road in London, a park in Lima, Peru named after John Lennon, and Alice’s Tea Cup in New York City, which is close by to the Strawberry Fields monument in Central Park.

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David Buchan/Getty Images for TheirworldRod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster celebrated their tenth anniversary by renewing their vows at their U.K. estate.

HELLO! Online reports that the ceremony was attended by about 100 family and friends, including their two sons, 11-year-old Alastair and six-year-old Aiden, who were ring bearers, and Penny’s puppy Bubbles, who sat at her feet. The couple exchanged the same vows they first used ten years ago. The priest who married them in 2007 in Portofino, Italy also presided over the renewal.

“Penny is my whole world,” Rod tells the publication. “Love means many things to many people but to me it’s wanting to share everything with the one you love and I love Penny now more than ever, if that is at all possible.”

The couple dressed in white, and the ceremony took place under a beech tree in the yard. Following the ceremony, HELLO! reports, guests enjoyed a three-course meal and dancing.

Rod and Penny have been together for 18 years; she’s his third wife. All together, Rod has eight children with five different women, and one grandchild.

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Courtesy of AXS TVA new AXS TV concert special documenting Styx frontman Tommy Shaw‘s 2016 performance with the Cleveland-based Contemporary Youth Orchestra gets its premiere on Sunday, July 9, at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT. Sing for the Day! Tommy Shaw and the Contemporary Youth Orchestra features the veteran rocker playing mostly acoustic renditions of classic Styx tunes, songs by his supergroup Damn Yankees and material from his solo career with accompaniment from the 115-member teenage orchestra and choir.

The show, which took place May 27, 2016, at Cleveland State University’s Waetjen Auditorium, marked the 10th anniversary of Styx’s first performance with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra. Among the many well-known tunes Shaw played at the 2016 show were “Too Much Time on My Hands,” “Renegade,” “Blue Collar Man” and “Sing for The Day,” and Damn Yankees’ “High Enough.”

You can check out a clip of Shaw and the orchestra performing “Sing for the Day” on YouTube.

The Sing for the Day! special will air after the premiere of the first of a new series of episodes of Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar. The new program features Hagar visiting Styx and ex-Eagles guitarist Don Felder during their January 2017 residency at the Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas.

In other news, Styx’s new concept album, The Mission, recently debuted at #6 on Billboard‘s Top Rock Albums chart and at #45 on the Billboard 200. Last week, Styx launched a new U.S. summer trek with REO Speedwagon and Felder dubbed the United We Rock Tour, which is mapped out through an August 22 concert in Holmdel, New Jersey. Check out the full list of dates at StyxWorld.com.

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Credit: Myriam SantosAfter launching a new residency earlier this year at the Wynn Las Vegas resort and casino’s Encore Theater, John Fogerty has announced plans to return to the venue for two new series of shows. The ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman has lined up 15 new concerts — a nine-gig run beginning September 20 and ending October 7 and a six-show stand from January 10 to January 20, 2018.

In a recent interview with Parade magazine, Fogerty explained that his Las Vegas concerts aren’t much different from his other shows, except that “there’s a little more glitz in production.” He adds with a laugh, “Not a whole lot — I don’t come out in a sparkly suit or anything.”

Fans coming out to the concerts can expect to hear plenty of CCR classics, as well as some gems from John’s solo career. Fogerty’s shows also are a family affair, as his backing band features his sons Shane and Tyler.

“It’s just great,” the 72-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer tells Parade. “We make music together. We travel together. You know, we certainly are with each other all day, like having meals together and stuff. So it’s kind of like being…way back in Little League and Cub Scouts [as a parent], except now everybody is getting paid.”

Tickets for the upcoming Las Vegas shows are available now at the Wynn Las Vegas box office and WynnLasVegas.com.

In addition to his Vegas shows, Fogerty has a few other upcoming U.S. performances scheduled, beginning with a July 14 show in Aurora, Illinois, and including an August 26 appearance at the Lockn’ Festival in Arrington, Virginia. He currently is playing a series of concerts in Europe.

Here are all of Fogerty’s forthcoming U.S. concerts:

7/14 — Aurora, IL, Riveredge Park
7/15 — LaCrosse, WI, Freedom Fest
8/24 — Westport, CT, Levitt Pavilion
8/26 — Arrington, VA, Lockn’ Festival
9/20, 22-23, 27, 29-30 — Las Vegas, NV, Wynn Las Vegas – Encore Theater
10/4, 6-7 — Las Vegas, NV, Wynn Las Vegas – Encore Theater
10/28 — Thackerville, OK, WinStar World Casino & Resort
1/10, 12-13, 17, 19-20 — Las Vegas, NV, Wynn Las Vegas – Encore Theater

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Credit: Anton CorbijnU2 put its long-in-the-works studio album Songs of Experience on hold to mount a world tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of its classic 1987 album The Joshua Tree, but bassist Adam Clayton maintains the record will finally get its release once the band wraps up the trek.

“We’re pretty much done on it,” Clayton told members of the media Monday night in New York City on the red carpet of the MusiCares gala at which he was honored with the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award. “We just want to get this tour out of the way and then we’ll figure out what we’re gonna do.”

The Irish rockers launched The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 last month, and will finish its initial North American leg this Saturday, July 1, in Cleveland. The trek will continue with a series of summer concerts in the U.K., Ireland and mainland Europe, which will be followed by more U.S. shows in September and a tour of Mexico and South America in October.

In a recent interview with Variety, Clayton explained that a factor in U2’s decision to delay Songs of Experience‘s release was the election of Donald Trump.

“Once the election had happened we didn’t want to put out a record without having some time to evaluate what was going on and what was behind the outcome,” he maintained. “[S]o we did say, ‘Let’s reexamine where we are,’ and we did reexamine and I think it’s been better for the record.”

He added, that the new album actually “has been ready to go for a while, because it didn’t require a lot of surgery, so to speak — it was a little bit of cosmetic surgery.”

U2’s tour continues tonight with a concert at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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Rob Shanahan; Danny ClinchSpecial fan experiences involving Ringo Starr and Dead & Company and guitars signed by Eddie Van Halen, Aerosmith‘s Joe Perry and Dave Matthews are up for bid as part of men’s fashion designer John Varvatos‘ 14th annual Stuart House Online Auction. Bidding on the various items and lots closes between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 28.

Among the VIP experiences is the chance meet Ringo and his All Starr Band, along with two tickets to one of the group’s October 2017 concerts at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. The Dead & Company experience offers the winning bidder the opportunity to take a photo with founding singer/guitarist Bob Weir, plus a pair of tickets to the one of the band’s shows at Chicago’s Wrigley Field — either this Friday, June 30, or Saturday, July 1.

Other collectibles being auctioned include a drumhead autographed by former Guns N’ Roses member Matt Sorum, a three-night stay in Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler‘s private home in Maui, Hawaii and a variety of photo prints of famous musicians taken by well-known photographers such as Mick Rock, Bob Gruen and Danny Clinch.

You can check out all the lots at CharityBuzz.com. The auction raises funds for Stuart House, a program connected with Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center that provides treatment and care for young victims of sexual abuse.

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Courtesy of Dept. of Defense Warrior GamesSam Moore of the legendary soul duo Sam & Dave has recorded an anthem called “Show for You” that serves as the new theme of the 2017 Department of Defense Warrior Games, taking place June 30 to July 8 in Chicago. The Warrior Games are an annual Paralympic-style competition featuring wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans from all branches of the military taking part in various sporting events.

Moore appears in a recently released video featuring “Show for You” that publicizes the eighth annual competition. The clip shows one of this year’s competitors, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Lance Corporal Sarah Rudder, running through the streets of Chicago and passing various landmarks as a variety of residents and fellow athletes join her. As the video ends, Rudder and many other athletes are seen proudly assembled at Chicago’s Soldier Field.

The video is part of the “By Air, By Land or By Sea” campaign, which promotes the competition by asking viewers how they’re planning to get to the Warrior Games. You can watch the clip at Facebook.com/WarriorGames and the DoD Warrior Games’ YouTube channel.

Moore recorded “Show for You” with the Chicago Children’s Choir. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will sing the anthem at the opening ceremony for the 2017 Warrior Games this Saturday, July 1, at Soldier Field.

About 265 athletes are expected to take part in the 2017 edition of the games, with participants including members of the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard, as well as from Special Operations Command. Some athletes from the U.K. and Australia will also participate in the competition.

Visit DODWarriorGames.com for more information about the competition.

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Credit: John RussoFleetwood Mac‘s Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie kicked off their first-ever tour as a duo last week in support of their recently released self-titled collaborative album. The North American trek is plotted out through an August 11 show in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and the two longtime band mates also have just added a pair of new concerts at famous venues on opposite sides of the U.S. — on August 2 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and August 10 at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.

Tickets for the newly added shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, June 30, at 10 a.m. local time, while American Express card members are able to purchase pre-sale tickets now.

The Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie album, which was released on June 9, features 10 original songs. Five of the tracks were written by Buckingham, two were penned by McVie and three were co-writes. Fleetwood Mac’s rhythm section, drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie, also lent their talents to the record.

During Lindsey and Christine’s summer trek, the duo also will rejoin Fleetwood Mac to play the previously announced festival shows The Classic West and The Classic East, scheduled for July 16 and July 30, respectively, at Dodger Stadium in L.A. and Citi Field in New York City. Also on the bill for those concerts will be Journey and Earth, Wind & Fire.

Here are all of the upcoming dates on Buckingham and McVie’s duo tour:

6/28 — Boston, MA, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
6/30 — Philadelphia, PA, Mann Center for the Performing Arts
7/2 — Detroit, MI, Fox Theatre
7/3 — Chicago, IL, Northerly Island
7/5 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Budweiser Stage
7/6 — Mount Pleasant, MI, Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
7/19 — Woodinville, WA, Chateau Ste. Michelle
7/21 — Murphys, CA, Ironstone Amphitheatre
7/22 — Las Vegas, NV, Park Theatre
7/25 — Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre
7/27 — Denver, CO, Paramount Theatre
8/2 — Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre+
8/5 — Tulsa, OK, Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino
8/6 — Thackerville, OK, Winstar World Casino and Resort
8/8 — Huber Heights, OH, Music Center at the Heights
8/10 — New York City, NY, Beacon Theatre+
8/11 — Bethlehem, PA, Sands Bethlehem Event Center

+ = newly added date.

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Dave Hogan/Getty ImagesThirty years ago today, Whitney Houston set a record that may surprise you.

Whitney’s second album, simply called Whitney, debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart on June 27, 1987. What’s the big deal? It was the first album ever by a woman to do so.

The first album overall ever to debut at #1 was Elton John‘s Captain Fantastic & the Brown Dirt Cowboy, and that was in 1975, so it took 12 years for a female artist to achieve the same feat.

Whitney’s self-titled 1986 debut album spent 14 weeks at #1. The Whitney album not only debuted at #1, but it also spun off four #1 hits, including “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me),” “So Emotional,” “Where Do Broken Hearts Go,” and “Didn’t We Almost Have It All.” She also was the first female artist to score four #1s from a single album.

When Whitney hit #1, it marked another milestone for the late diva: she became the first artist to reach #1 with their first two albums since The Monkees did it in 1966 and 1967.

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Monica Morgan/Getty ImagesAretha Franklin has canceled her concert at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival scheduled for this Saturday, July 1, at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts because of unspecified health reasons. According to a message posted on the festival’s website, the Queen of Soul is unable to travel to Toronto this week, “as per doctor’s orders.”

There is some good news, however: Franklin has confirmed that she’ll perform at next year’s Toronto Jazz Festival on June 28. Fans who purchased tickets for the July 1 show via Ticketmaster or at the Sony Centre box office will have the choice to hold onto their ticket and use it for next year’s show, or receive a full refund.

Aretha does have a few other confirmed concerts on her 2017 itinerary, which is mapped out from a July 29 performance in Vienna, Virginia, through a September 16 show in Durant, Oklahoma.

Here are all of Aretha’s forthcoming 2017 gigs, according to her official Facebook page:

7/29 — Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap
8/12 — Fort Wayne, IN, Foellinger Theatre
8/19 — Oak Bluffs, MA, The Tabernacle
8/26 — Philadelphia, PA, The Mann
9/3 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia
9/16 — Durant, OK, Choctaw Grand Theater

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Credit: Mark OwensTonight in Minneapolis, The Moody Blues continue their North American tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of their symphonic-rock masterpiece, Days of Future Passed. The “Days of Future Passed — 50th Anniversary” trek, which kicked off in early June, features the veteran British band playing the entire 1967 album, as well as various favorite songs from throughout the group’s long career.

Moody Blues singer/bassist John Lodge tells ABC Radio that the audiences’ reception to the show so far “has been fantastic.” He also notes that the band felt it was important to mark Days of Future Passed‘s golden anniversary in a special way.

“It is a major milestone,” he says. “If you go back to 1967, we were young musicians with a few songs in our books and a few melodies in our heart…and went into the studio for a week and recorded this album…And it obviously changed our lives forever.”

The concept record was among the first featuring a rock band accompanied by an orchestra, and included the enduring Moody Blues tunes “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon.” For most of the 50th anniversary concerts, the band plays alongside taped orchestral parts recorded especially for the tour, while a few shows will feature a live orchestra.

The concerts also feature a multimedia presentation including a prerecorded video of actor Jeremy Irons reading the album-closing poem “Late Lament,” that originally was recited by founding keyboardist Mike Pinder.

Several songs from Days of Future Passed are being played live for the first time ever on this trek, including “Evening Time to Get Away,” “The Sunset” and “Dawn Is a Feeling.” “It was interesting to go back and rei-nvestigate how we did those,” Lodge tells ABC Radio. (AUDIO IS ABC 1-ON-1)

Here are all of the remaining North American dates on the trek:

6/27 — Minneapolis, MN, Orpheum Theatre
6/28 — Milwaukee, WI, Milwaukee Summerfest
6/30 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Park
7/1 — Kettering, OH, Fraze Pavilion for the Performing Arts
7/2 — Northfield, OH, Hard Rock Live
7/6 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Sony Centre for Performing Arts
7/7 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Sony Centre for Performing Arts
7/9 — Wallingford, CT, Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre
7/10 — Boston, MA, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
7/12 — Wantagh, NY, Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
7/13 — Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center
7/15 — Philadelphia, PA, Mann Center for the Performing Arts
7/16 — Saratoga Springs, NY, Saratoga Performing Arts Center
7/18 — Bethlehem, PA, Sands Bethlehem Events Center
7/19 — Baltimore, MD, Pier 6 Pavilion
7/20 — Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap for the Performing Arts
7/22 — Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
7/23 — Atlanta, GA, Chastain Park Amphitheatre

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Robin Marchant/WireImageMonday night in New York City, U2 bass player Adam Clayton received the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award from MusiCares, the charitable arm of the Recording Academy.

The award is given to music industry people who help others in the industry recover from addiction, and Clayton, now sober, has done that, through work with MusiCares’ Musicians’ Assistance Program. In his speech, he thanked not only U2 for helping him through his addiction, but also two other legendary rockers.

Clayton, who started his speech by joking, “I’m not used to achieving anything on my own…this is very unusual!” revealed that that after a couple of major benders, Eric Clapton, a former addict himself, called the bass player and told him enough was enough.

“He didn’t sugarcoat it. He told me I had to change my life and that I wouldn’t regret it,” said Clayton. “He gave me the name of a treatment center and the power to make the call to them.”

During his rehab program, Clayton recalled, The Who’s Pete Townshend, another former addict, visited him and gave him further encouragement.

“These two talents were enough to get me started,” he said, “And convince me my life wasn’t over, but that I was at the start of a long journey to learn to love myself.”

Adam also expressed his gratitude to Bono, Larry Mullen Jr. and The Edge, saying, “We have a pact with each other. In our band, no one will be a casualty…No one will be left behind. Thank you for honoring that promise and letting me be in your band.”

Clayton ended his speech by quoting U2’s “I Will Follow,” and then joined his band mates for three songs, including that one, as well as “Vertigo” and “Stuck In a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of.”

On the red carpet, Clayton also talked about U2’s current tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their 1987 album The Joshua Tree.

“It’s amazing,” he told reporters. “Who would have thought that at this stage, we could come back with a record that we put out 30 years ago, and it could seem as fresh and as relevant as 30 years ago?”

During the 2017 MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit, hosted by Cat Deeley, other artists were personally invited by Adam to play their own songs, and to pay tribute to U2. Among them:

Michael Franti — “Television, The Drug of the Nation,” a Franti song U2 used to open their Zoo TV tour, as well as U2’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and his own “11:59.”
The Lumineers — U2’s “One” and “Stubborn Love”
Jack Garratt — “The Love You’re Given,” “Worry” and U2’s “The Sweetest Thing”
Macy Gray — “My Way,” “I Try” and U2’s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”

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Gary Miller/Getty ImagesStevie Nicks has recorded a new, stripped-down version of her 1982 Fleetwood Mac hit “Gypsy” that’s being used as the theme of a new Netflix series called Gypsy.

The series, starring Naomi Watts, premieres this Friday, June 30. The opening sequence of the show, featuring the updated rendition of the tune, has been posted on the official Netflix YouTube channel.

Nicks’ introspective new version of “Gypsy” features Stevie’s vocals accompanied only by piano. The intro to the show features a montage of clips of Watts kissing a man, putting her fingers in the flame of a lighter and smoking a cigarette. During the segment, the actress is viewed through a watch crystal and a bourbon bottle, both of which shatter.

Gypsy is a psychological thriller that features Watts as a therapist who initiates intimate relationships with people who are involved in the lives of her patients.

Interestingly, Nicks also recorded a new tune that’s featured on the soundtrack of another project starring Watts: the dramatic film The Book of Henry, which opened in theaters on June 16. That song, “Your Hand I Will Never Let It Go,” was written by Ryan Miller, the lead singer of the Boston-based alternative-rock act Guster.

Nicks’ next scheduled performance is a solo appearance at Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers‘ July 9 concert at Hyde Park in London. She then will perform with Fleetwood Mac at The Classic West and The Classic East concerts taking place, respectively, on July 16 in Los Angeles and July 30 in New York City. Stevie also has a half-dozen solo concerts lined up in the U.S. in August and September.

Here are all of Nicks’ forthcoming concerts:

7/9 — London, U.K., Hyde Park – British Summer Time Festival
7/16 — Los Angeles, CA, Dodger Stadium – The Classic West*
7/30 — New York, NY, Citi Field – The Classic East*
8/23 — Green Bay, WI, Resch Center
8/25 — St. Paul, MN, Minnesota State Fair
9/9 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia
9/10 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia
9/13 — St. Charles, MO, The Family Arena
9/24 — Louisville, KY, Bourbon & Beyond Festival

* = Fleetwood Mac.

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