Fleetwood Mac Encores ’82 Mirage Tour With Stunning “Sisters Of The Moon” Performance
Under the Moon
Encore! After Playing The Great Western Forum in Inglewood, CA for an hour, the crowd begged and pleaded a 2 minute long cry for more…
Stevie’s return bewitches the audience during this live performance of “Sisters of the Moon” of their critically acclaimed Mirage Tour in ’82, we are involuntarily moved by the entrancing beat of this powerful ballad, hinted with Mick’s luminous chimes.
“Her black robes trailing, sister of the moon. And a black widow spider makes more sound than she, and black moons in those eyes of hers.”
Draped in a black, sparkled wrap, beautiful Stevie exudes a magical expression and presence that transcends through the mic and the very vibration of her voice.
Fun Fact: Mick Fleetwood was originally in a band called Shotgun Express, which had Rod Stewart as their vocalist.
These ominous chants almost embrace us with their sonic creep and initiate the very trust she speaks of in the song.