After being anointed into the Rock and Roll hall in 2019, it’s only fitting that legendary Stevie Nicks has announced a double disk, double-LP live album that will feature a full video recording to get us through 2020.
The live video recording, captured during her 2016-2017 album tour, is of an amalgam of everything from hits and deep cuts. This tour was meant to promote the then newly recorded demos that were published in 2014 under the name 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault. Now, this collection is getting even more amazing content with the addition of recordings of the live performance which will be rereleased as Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold the Concert.
The 2014 record first came to sow it’s seeds in Nicks’ mind when her assistant showed her low-quality rips of her early demos on Youtube. Wanting to do these songs justice, Nicks went back into the studio. The original publishing of the 24 Karat Gold also featured several never-before-seen Polaroids of Stevie thought the years.
Published by BMG the film will host special screenings in select theaters October 21 and 25. At the end of the month, on October 30th, the record and the film combo will be available for purchase.
However, Nicks isn’t just resting on her laurels, earlier this year the legendary songwriter collaborated with Neil Finn and Christine McVie to produce a new track called “Find Your Way Back Home.” The proceeds of the track helped raised money for combating homelessness in Auckland, New Zealand‘s capital.
Watch the trailer for the upcoming film below: