Fleetwood Mac Was Covered By St Vincent During Her Residency on ‘Colbert’

During her residency as a guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, St. Vincent covered Fleetwood Mac.

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The musician, whose real name is Annie Clark, recently wrapped up a brand-new week-long appearance on Colbert in which she performed songs with the show's in-house band, 'Stay Human'.

On 30th July, they performed a cover of Fleetwood Mac's ‘Dreams’. You can watch the performance here:

As Deadline reported last week, St. Vincent's residency is a part of a new series that will also feature performances on the show each week from musicians including James Taylor and Joe Walsh of the Eagles.

Taylor is scheduled to participate in the residency the following week, while Walsh will follow a week later on 8th August.

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St. Vincent covered the famous Eurythmics song ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’ in June during the Songwriters Hall of Fame 2022 ceremony.

Before the band was officially inducted at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York City, the singer-songwriter opened the ceremony with her cover of the song.

St Vincent covers Fleetwood Mac during residency on 'Colbert'
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Later, she returned to the stage and recalled how the band, which included Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, initially caught her eye on MTV when a "beautiful, orange-haired androgynous creature arrived wearing a suit and tie."

“They were scary, they were sexy, they were smart and they were impossibly cool,” she added about the band via the Associated Press.