Ashley Monroe Delivers Flawless Cover Of Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs” At The Basement East In Nashville

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I will never get over what a killer voice Ashley Monroe has.

She’s one of my favorite artists in all of country music, and doesn’t get nearly the credit she deserves.

You may recognize her name as one third of Miranda Lambert’s girl band, Pistol Annies, but she’s also a solo artist and an incredible musician in her own right.

And today, she shared a flawless cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs,” live from the famous The Basement East in Nashville that will blow you away.

Written by the great Stevie Nicks, “Silver Springs” was originally intended for the band’s iconic 1977 album Rumours, but ended up becoming a B-side to the song “Go Your Own Way.” It was later included on the tracklist for a 2004 reissued version of Rumours.

A live version of the tune was released as a single from their 1997 The Dance album, and this version was nominated for the Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 1998.

Stevie later admitted that it was written about the end of her relationship with lead guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.

And in Ashley’s post on Instagram, she shared that it’s her favorite Fleetwood Mac song, and I have to say, I would die to get a studio version of her rendition.

Her voice is just so stunning and unique, and I could listen to this all damn day:

“I loved getting to sing my favorite Fleetwood Mac song with @benchapmanmusic and @megmcree at @thebasementnash. Thought I’d share, what the heck.”

Fleetwood Mac’s studio version:


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