Harry Styles’ Stunning Tribute to Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”

Harry Styles’ rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s iconic song “The Chain,” performed at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge in September 2017, is a testament to his versatile musical talent and deep respect for the legendary band. Styles, often praised by Stevie Nicks as “the son I never had,” has a history of close interactions with the band. This connection was highlighted when Nicks joined him on stage at the LA Troubadour in May 2017 to perform a set that included Styles’ “Two Ghosts” and Nicks’ “Leather and Lace.”

Starting his career on the X Factor in 2010 at just sixteen, Styles quickly rose to fame as a member of the boy band One Direction. After leaving the band in 2016, he pursued a solo career, debuting with a self-titled album in 2017 that topped charts globally and was one of the year’s best sellers. Styles has successfully transitioned to a folk-rock sound, continuing to win major music awards and even venturing into acting with a role in the acclaimed film “Dunkirk.”

His relationship with Fleetwood Mac goes beyond mere performances; Styles personally delivered a birthday cake to Nicks and later had the honor of inducting her into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019. Their mutual performances and deep admiration underscore a significant mentorship and friendship within the industry.

Watch the mesmerizing performance of “The Chain” by Harry Styles in the video below.