Haim & Stevie Nicks Collab! So Should These Artists.

A fantasy collaboration was born in Los Angeles just a few short days ago…Haim and Stevie Nicks participated in a joint interview for The New York Times’ T Magazine and even snuck in a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Rhiannon”. The interview itself includes a nice chat about life and music, in which Nicks gives the Haim sisters gold moon necklaces and pronounces them all “sisters of the moon”, but we were spellbound by their musical collab. This really got us thinking…this is just the tip of the iceberg. Imagine the amazing potential collaborations that have yet to be done between some of music’s legends and inspiring newcomers. We hope this is just the beginning of some incredible partnerships yet to come. Check out Haim & Stevie Nicks perform “Rhiannon” and pray for these dream collaborations.

by: Shannon Kurlander



Stevie Wonder + Dev Hynes
Blood Orange’s Dev Hynes and Stevie Wonder would make the smoothest pop music, I don’t know if the world is ready for that kind of seduction.

Bruce Springsteen + Mac DeMarco
Mac DeMarco has made it clear that “the boss” is a major influence but we would love to see him add his wacky flavor on a Springsteen track- rock n’ roll gold.

Arthea Franklin + Adele
The Queen of Soul recently did a reverse and covered Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”. Could you imagine the two dynamo women’s voices together on a record…? It would be like the angels singing from heaven.

Dolly Parton + Angel Olsen
No woman can sing with such beauty and devastation (with just the right amount of twang) as Dolly Parton…except Angel Olsen. Parton would bring her country flare and Olsen her rock, and the two would make the most heartbreaking music.

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