His gritty, raw and unique voice rang out through the hills around him as he bleeds passion in this unforgettable tribute to Fleetwood Mac.
"It was 1973 when I wrote Landslide. You can feel really old at 27." – Stevie Nicks pic.twitter.com/h6JbQJP6sa
— Eric Alper ? (@ThatEricAlper) November 26, 2015
Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani finalized their divorce in spring 2016, just months before she would go on to announce her relationship with ‘Voice’ coach and country superstar Blake Shelton.
— PoeEternal (Delia) ? (@PoeEternal) March 3, 2019
But, long before their names became synonymous with celebrity gossip and breakups, Rossdale and his rock band, Bush, took to the Hollywood Hills and performed this chilling cover of “Landslide” for their reunion album.
— Christy Carver (@ChristyCarver79) January 18, 2018
The song, which has always been a favorite of country fans, often finds a new home with artists of other genres because of its timeless melody and deep-rooted lyrics.
"Time makes you bolder" — #StevieNicks who turns 70 Saturday. So thankful that after all life's landslides, Stevie is still here, still singing & still amazing as she gets older. Because in case you hadn't noticed, we're getting older too. pic.twitter.com/E0K3anWRsU
— David Wild (@Wildaboutmusic) May 26, 2018
For fans of Bush and Rossdale, this will be a special treat to watch – and for all of those who aren’t familiar with his work, this will be an incredible surprise that will have y’all begging for more.
See Gavin Rossdale and Bush perform this live, rooftop cover of “Landslide” below.