Adam Levine Finally Duets With Stevie Nicks (Video)
The winning “Voice” coach performed with his idol at the Hollywood Bowl on Monday.
Throughout his mentoring time on The Voice, Adam Levine made sure there were no doubts about his admiration for the legendary Stevie Nicks. His dream seemed to finally come to fruition as he brought out the legendary singer at Maroon 5's Hollywood Bowl show last night (July 25).
In The Voice battle round episodes, Levine paired up Casey Weston and Tim Mahoney to compete on Don Henley and Stevie's classic duet "Leather and Lace." In the finale, Levine got his Nicks fix when his contestant, eventual champion Javier Colon, performed Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" with Stevie. The performance elicited tears from the Maroon 5 frontman, who told Colon, "Stevie's one of my heroes, and now you're one of my heroes because you just sang with her."
It looks like Levine finally reached his aspiration when the legend herself was brought out as a special guest at last night's Maroon 5 show. In a pair of sunglasses and a black ensemble, Nicks confidently belted her opening section of "Leather and Lace" to the screams of the audience. Watch below.
"This is one of those moments where you don't actually realize what you're doing until you do it," Levine said to preface the performance. "What I'd like to do is sing this next song with one of my favorite artists of all-time, and I'm sure one of yours too, God do I love this woman." The performance ended with a beaming Levine who ended bowing to his idol.
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