Lady Antebellum Team Up With Stevie Nicks for ‘CMT Crossroads’
Country superstars Lady Antebellum and legendary Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks are teaming up for an upcoming episode of the hit show 'CMT Crossroads,' which will air later in 2013. The show pairs contemporary country artists with some of their favorite rock performers for collaborations on some of their best-known material.
Consisting of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, Lady Antebellum have sold more than 11 million copies of their three studio albums, placing hits including 'I Run to You,' 'Just a Kiss,' and of course, 'Need You Now.' The trio have won both ACM and CMA awards, and last year alone they performed to more than a million fans in eleven countries, earning them Billboard's 2012 Breakthrough Touring Award.
Stevie Nicks is a multiple Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee as a member of Fleetwood Mac, for whom she wrote such classic songs as 'Landslide,' 'Dreams,' 'Gold Dust Woman' and 'Rhiannon.' Her solo hits include 'Edge of Seventeen,' 'Leather and Lace' and 'Stand Back.' Nicks recently released a new album titled 'In Your Dreams,' and she is slated to tour with Fleetwood Mac later in the summer.
The members of Lady A and Nicks will be meeting for the very first time when they walk onto the stage of 'CMT Crossroads' in Los Angeles to share stories and songs. The episode has no set air date as of yet.