NOTS 14 was held at the Knitting Factory in lower Manhattan on May 14, 2004.
The Night of 1000 Stevies 15 was held at the same place on friday May 6, 2005.
Surf on over to the NOTS 2005 page
for photos of last year's event.
And if you're planning on going to NOTS 16 (May 19, 2006 - mark your calendar!) - and are in search of
Steviewear, check out my Stevie Nicks Style page for some of the best places
to buy dresses, skirts, tops, shawls, boots and wigs at reasonable prices. And now for the photos
of NOTS circa 2004...
OK, it's my website so hubby John and I come first LOL! This was taken in the bar downstairs
next to the main performance room.
Mariel from The Stevie Nicks Chain and her friend Matt
Mariel in semi-twirl in her Celtic shawl. That's the Stevie Nicks Live at Red Rocks video on the screen
in the background
Mariel & Matt dancing & singing along downstairs
Me in the "twirling room" upstairs. There were performances on this stage later in the night.
Big thanks to Kathy of the Stevie Chain mailing list for the excellent shot of Boy George,
Gypsy Wild singing SOTM (my personal favorite performance of the evening :-), ChiChi Valenti and
Belladonna on the main stage. Belladonna also performed a lovely version of The Highwayman in
the lounge. And yes, that's "Lindsey" in the middle of the big flower LOL!
Well Gypsy Wild aka Teri is not only a brilliant singer and performer but a supernice person!
She sent me these great shots via email.
Thank you, Teri! Below: Gypsy Wild,
Amber Garbo & Billy O.
Here are some more photos sent in by Teri (Gypsy Wild) That's a VH1 guy interviewing her
in the first pic
so keep an eye on the TV for more NOTS info! Third photo is Hattie Hathaway (NOTS producer and MC), then
the ubercool Egyptian mirror in the ladies' room and some friends of Teri's.
And now we come to my favorite pictures, emailed to me by the talented and generous
Amber Garbo (who gave a brilliant performance
in the first set and I think in the third set too, though I wasn't lucky enough to catch that one)
Boy George performed a uniquely brilliant version of Go Your Own Way.