Lady Antebellum and Stevie Nicks come together for CMT's 'Crossroads'
Lady Antebellum and Stevie Nicks will come together for an edition of CMT’s “Crossroads,” which will air later this year on the cable outlet.
The Fleetwood Mac singer and the country trio will tape the show, which features each act singing the other’s biggest hits. The show generally pairs a country artist with one of his or her musical heroes from another genre. Past collaborations include Taylor Swift with Def Leppard, The Avett Brothers with Randy Travis, Ryan Adams with Elton John and Carrie Underwood and Steven Tyler.
The episode will tape later this month in Los Angeles. The taping comes at a period of great activity for Nicks: in addition to the deluxe re-issue of “Rumours” out Jan. 29, Nicks and her Fleetwood Mac band mates will kick off a tour later this spring. Additionally, she is part of Dave Grohl’s “Sound City” band, composed of musicians featured in his new documentary about the landmark Van Nuys, Calif., recording studio. The band will play at the film’s premiere at Sundance, as well as a Los Angeles premiere on Jan. 31.