Last week, on May 19th, 2017, Harry Styles played a small show at the famous Los Angeles venue, The Troubadour.
Artists along the likes of Guns N’ Roses and Metallica, practically owned the venue in the 1980s, the walls holding a history of their own.
Styles commented before the start of the show saying, “I’ve always wanted to play The Troubadour and I’m here, so that’s cool. My album came out last week. Thanks! I liked it as well. I’m going to play the songs from that and a few other things. Tonight is already really the best night of my life, so thanks so much for being here.”
Styles played numerous songs from his latest debut release, Harry Styles (2017), until the very end of the show. The singer started with, “I’m pretty sure that this was going to be up there with one of the best nights of my life. If there was any doubt, I’m pretty sure I’d like to confirm, in my entire life, I never thought I’d be able to say this. Please welcome to the stage, Stevie Nicks.”
Stevie Nicks, who just celebrated her 69th birthday on Friday, May 26th is known for her time in the band Fleetwood Mac, as well as her own solo career. The “White Witch” has been a part of creating some of the rock world’s best known ballads and classics, along the likes of “Dreams”, and the ballad that she performed with Styles, “Landslide.”
The pair started out their time together with playing a track off of Styles’ new album entitled, “Two Ghosts.” The pair then broke out in Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 hit, “Landslide.” They then played “Leather and Lace”, Styles playing the role of Don Henley. Styles then said, “She’s the queen of anything.”
All of the proceeds from the show went to the L.A. charity Safe Place For Youth.
Maybe you’ll see a new collaboration from the two soon...
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