Hear new Stevie Nicks track, “The Dealer”

Stevie Nicks has unveiled a track "The Dealer" from her upcoming solo album, 24 Karat Gold — Songs From the Vault. The album is Nicks' first since 2011's In Your Dreams. According to a report on Rolling Stone, Nicks initially wrote and recorded "The Dealer" with Fleetwood Mac in the late Seventies during sessions for their 1979 album, Tusk.

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Stevie Nicks has unveiled a track “The Dealer” from her upcoming solo album, 24 Karat Gold — Songs From the Vault.

The album is Nicks’ first since 2011’s In Your Dreams.

According to a report on Rolling Stone, Nicks initially wrote and recorded “The Dealer” with Fleetwood Mac in the late Seventies during sessions for their 1979 album, Tusk.

The album has been produced by Nicks, Dave Stewart and guitarist Waddy Wachtel and reimagine tracks from Nicks’ back catalog that never saw an official release.





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