Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, 70th Birthday, American Airlines Arena, Dallas TX, July 22 2017
(Thomas Leath)

Stevie performs at Don Henley’s 70th birthday gig

Stevie Nicks joined Don Henley onstage for his 70th birthday bash concert at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas on Saturday night. Stevie’s appearance was announced several months ago, but it was marketed as a surprise to ticket holders.

Stevie and Don performed their smash hit duet “Leather and Lace” from Stevie’s 1981 solo album debut Bella Donna. Stevie then played the tambourine for the following song, Don’s hit single “Boys of Summer” from his 1984 album Building the Perfect Beast.

Stevie returned to the stage at the end of the show, playing the tambourine for “All She Wants to Do Is Dance,” (another hit single from Building the Perfect Beast ) and remained onstage for the set closer, The Beatles’ cover “Birthday.”

Other guests appearing at the show were Patty Smyth and Eagles members Timothy B. Schmit and Joe Walsh.

Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, 70th Birthday, American Airlines Arena, Dallas TX, July 22 2017
(Karen Cooperstein)
Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, 70th Birthday, American Airlines Arena, Dallas TX, July 22 2017
(Rebecca Triglianos)
Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, 70th Birthday, American Airlines Arena, Dallas TX, July 22 2017
(Thomas Leath)

Videos

Much love and thanks to Cynthia Gibbons Atkinson, Sydney Long, Orlando Morales, and Rusty Wallis for sharing these videos.

Leather and Lace (Cynthia Gibbons Atkinson)

 

Leather and Lace (Orlando Morales)

 

All She Wants to Do Is Dance (Sydney Long)

 

Birthday (Rusty Wallis)

Set List

  1. Big D
  2. Seven Bridges Road
  3. Dirty Laundry
  4. Sunset Grill
  5. That Old Flame
  6. Witchy Woman
  7. When I Stop Dreaming
  8. Talking to the Moon
  9. One of These Nights
  10. I Can’t Tell You Why (with Timothy B. Schmit)
  11. The End of the Innocence
  12. The Last Resort
  13. Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough (with Patty Smyth)
  14. The Heart of the Matter
  15. Everybody Wants to Rule the World
  16. Leather and Lace (with Stevie Nicks)
  17. The Boys of Summer (with Stevie Nicks on tambourine)
  18. Rocky Mountain Way (with Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit)
  19. Life in the Fast Lane (with Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit)
  20. Hotel California (with Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit)
  21. Wasted Time
  22. Desperado
  23. All She Wants to Do Is Dance (with Stevie Nicks on tambourine)
  24. Birthday (with All)

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