We've heard Stevie Nicks' duets with Tom Petty and Don Henley but she has never worked with Rod Stewart before. That will change this spring when Nicks and Stewart kick off their combined tour in March.

Stevie Nicks will open the shows with solo material and Fleetwood Mac songs followed by Rod Stewart singing his hits and some deep tracks. There will also be a portion of the show where they sing together and Stewart hopes to try a duet of  "Leather and Lace" while Nicks wants to join Rod on "The First Cut Is the Deepest."

In an article that will appear in the February 17 issue of Rolling Stone the two performers discuss their upcoming albums.

On May 3rd Nicks will release her first album in a decade called In Your Dreams. Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics co-wrote seven of the 13 songs and will co-produce the record.

Rod Stewart is planning to work with his former bandmate Jeff Beck. This would be their first full album together since the late sixties with the Jeff Beck Group. One proposed title is Unfinished Business.