Stevie Nicks Dedicates ‘Landslide’ Performance to Christine McVie: Watch

The performance was part of Nick’s first live set since McVie passed away in November

Stevie Nicks performed “Landslide” in tribute to his late Fleetwood Mac teammate Christine McVie at the launch of his “Two Icons, One Night” co-headlining tour with Billy Joel on Friday at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood , in California.

The touching rendition, which capped Nicks’ first live set since McVie’s passing in late November 2022, featured a scroll of photos of the couple together over the years, while being accompanied by the singer’s intimate and uplifting performance.

As the song began to end, the house lights went out and Nicks leaned over the mic stand. She looked up as the lights came back on, revealing tears as she thanked the audience and shared, “There really isn’t much to say. We just pretend she’s still there, that’s how I try to deal with it. Watch fan-captured footage of Stevie Nicks’ “Landslide” performance dedicated to Christine McVie below.

Earlier in her solo set, Nicks paid tribute to Tom Petty with a cover of “Free Fallin'” and also performed their hit duet, “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” with Joel joining her on stage to take the lead. second head. She later returned for her co-headliner’s next showcase to sing “And So It Goes”.

The “Two Icons, One Night” tour will continue next door to Arlington, Texas on April 8. Search for tickets and deals through Stubhub. However, Nicks will perform again even earlier on his solo headlining tour, which kicks off in Seattle on March 15 (get tickets here).

Previously, McVie was celebrated by Nicks in her initial remarks following the death of the “Songbird” singer-songwriter. Meanwhile, fellow Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Mick Fleetwood shared their respects with a handwritten letter from the former and an “In Memoriam” performance at the 2023 Grammys from the latter, alongside Sheryl Crow and Bonnie Raitt.

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