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  1. GYPSY Tributes is the only tribute band that provides a variety of performance options for you to customize your event. Whether you are searching for a tribute to Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty, just Stevie Nicks, or a combination of these options; we provide a high energy, passion-driven show, complete with costumes, storytelling and world-class musicians.
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  4. GYPSY: A Tribute to Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac is a dynamic rock concert experience based in Los Angeles and performs nationally and internationally. We provide a high energy, passion-driven show, complete with costumes, storytelling and world-class musicians fronted by the amazing Lisa McCormick. Lisa’s vocals and appearance to Stevie.
  5. On March 25, during a show in Montreal on Fleetwood Mac's Unleashed Tour, Stevie Nicks gave a short history of the inspiration behind Gypsy. She explained it was written sometime in , when the band had become "very famous, very fast," and it was a song that brought her back to an earlier time, to an apartment in San Francisco where she had taken the mattress off her bed and put it on the floor.4/5(14).
  6. Gypsy faithfully recreates Stevie Nicks’ live show with striking accuracy. Rikki Lee Wilson gives a stunning performance as Stevie Nicks with spot-on vocals and visuals that magically capture Nicks’ stage presence. The feel of authenticity in Wilson’s performance is enhanced by the lush backing vocals of Deanna Carroll and Terry Pavia.
  7. Fleetwood Mac was an early adopter of music videos, making some even before MTV launched, since there were shows in Europe that would play them. Once MTV went on the air in , they put more effort into their clips. The "Gypsy" video was directed by Russell Mulcahy, who directed the Buggles' "Video Killed The Radio Star." Mulcahy wasn't familiar with the tribulations of the band members' love .

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