Stevie Nicks enabled Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine to realise his dream on Monday evening (25th July 2011) when she joined the band on-stage for a performance of her classic duet 'Leather and Lace'. Following Stevie's recent appearance on 'The Voice', Levine had claimed he would "die to sing with her", reports Billboard.com.
During Maroon 5's sell-out show at the Hollywood Bowl, Nicks appeared on stage donning dark sunglasses and a black ensemble. Levine told the crowd, "This is one of those moments where you don't actually realize what you're doing until you do it.What I'd like to do is sing this next song with one of my favourite artists of all-time, and I'm sure one of yours too, God do I love this woman". Stevie immediately began belting out the opening lines of 'Leather and Lace', gaining a rapturous response from the audience. Levine ended the performance by bowing down to his idol. The Fleetwood Mac singer recently headlined the Hard Rock Calling festival in London's Hyde Park, and is scheduled to complete her U.S. tour with upcoming dates in Denver, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Boston and Toledo.
She released her seventh studio album 'In Your Dreams' on 3rd May 2011, to overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics. The record sold 52,000 copies during its first week of release, debuting at number 6 on the Billboard 200.
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