Stevie Nicks postpones Phoenix show due to respiratory illness

No new date has been announced

Stevie Nicks’ Phoenix show on Thursday, October 6th has been postponed due to a respiratory illness the singer is suffering. The Ak-Chin Pavilion, where the concert was scheduled, shared the news on social media.

“Stevie Nicks at Ak-Chin Pavilion on October 6 has been postponed due to a non-Covid respiratory illness. Stevie is following doctor’s orders for vocal rest,” they write. “All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date once announced. More information will be posted here and emailed to ticket holders directly when available.”

We were in attendance of Nicks’ most recent show held Monday (Oct 3rd) at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The Fleetwood Mac singer’s next concert is set for Sunday, October 9th in The Woodlands, TX.

Dates for the fall trek are scheduled through October 31st in Alabama. Singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton acting as support on all dates.

Last week, the 2x Rock and Roll Hall of Famer released her signature take on Buffalo Springfield’s timeless protest song “For What It’s Worth” as a digital download and streaming single. On the track, she’s joined by two longtime members of her touring band — backing vocalist Sharon Celani, who began recording and performing with Nicks in 1978 — and renown guitarist Waddy Wachtel — who’s connection to Nicks goes back to 1973, when he played on Buckingham Nicks.

Buddy Iahn
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