Stevie Nicks is hoping that her 2011 team-up with Lindsey Buckingham from her solo album In Your Dreams will find a home in Fleetwood Mac's upcoming show. Nicks called on Buckingham to help arrange the song "Soldier's Angel," which marked their first collaboration since Fleetwood Mac's 2003 Say You Will album. Nicks told us that the main priority for performing the tune is to raise awareness for returning veterans.

She said, "First of all, it is Lindsey and I on the record, and second of all, it has really become a staple in my set and I think it's going to turn into a staple in Fleetwood Mac's set, also. And it gives me a chance to give my little speech, about everbody out there, if you've ever sat on the bed of an injured soldier, you would dig deep into your pocket and send five bucks a month, or whatever you can dig up into, y'know, Wounded Warriors, Walter Reed Society, because this war is not stopping. And these kids are coming into those hospitals every day. So this song gives me a platform to do that. And I think Fleetwood Mac will be happy for me to do that."