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From tulsaworld.com by Jennifer Chancellor World Scene Writer
Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks poured out their “Heart & Soul” tour at the BOK Center on Wednesday night.
Most of the tunes are ones both performers have played with mastery for hundreds of thousands of fans. To put the stars together may feel like an “Odd Couple” pairing – the rebellious blues-rocker blond power woman with the master of the pop-disco-hybrid American songbook.
Boy, it worked. Gloriously.
The night launched with a rollicking welcome and Nicks’ hammering version of the Led Zeppelin classic “Rock and Roll,” backed by a seven-piece band. A stream of photos flashed behind them all, spanning half a century of the genre.
In her trademark way, Nicks adorned the sultry warble of each song with her retro ’70s-era glittered shawls and dark lace, tambourines and baubles, and punctuated the high points with high kicks in black suede platform boots.
Both sets were wedged firmly in the past, but each has more than half a century to pull from. Fans got what they came for: bombastic classics.
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With his soulful and singular voice, narrative songwriting, and passionate live performances Rod Stewart has paved one of the most iconic and successful music careers of all time. He was the charismatic lead singer for the trailblazing rock and roll bands The Jeff Beck Group and The Faces, and as a solo artist, the author of such beloved songs as ‘Maggie May’, ‘Tonight’s the Night’, ‘Hot Legs’, ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?’, ‘Young Turks’, ‘Forever Young’, and ‘You Wear It Well’. Now after more than five decades in the spotlight, he is finally ready to take a candid and romping look back at his life both on and off the stage. From his humble British roots to his hell-raising years on tour with his bandmates, not forgetting his great loves (including three marriages and eight children) and decades touring the world, Rod delivers a riveting ride through one of rock’s most remarkable lives.