AceShowbiz - Harry Styles is truly a rock star. After impersonating Mick Jagger on "Saturday Night Live" and releasing a David Bowie-esque single, he has now showed his appreciation to another rock legend Stevie Nicks by covering her band Fleetwood Mac's bluesy classic hit "The Chain".
During his appearance on BBC Radio 1's "Live Lounge", the One Driection star took a smoother, grungier approach compared to the original song. Backed by his band, Harry showed off his vocal prowess while belting out the classic jam. The harmonies would definitely send the chills down your spine.
It wasn't the first time Harry performed a song to pay tribute to the '70s band. In May, the British heartthrob brought out Stevie Nicks during his intimate gig in Los Angeles. They teamed up to belt out Harry's new song "Two Ghosts" and Fleetwood Mac's classics "Landslide" and "Leather and Lace".
During the BBC session, Harry also performed some tracks off his debut solo album "Harry Styles". Holding an acoustic guitar with headphones clamped on his ears, Harry performed dreamy renditions of "Sign of the Times" and "Two Ghosts".
In addition to the BBC session, Harry just wrapped up the filming of his one-off BBC special. The singer will open up about his solo success in music and acting in the sixty-minute show, which will be hosted by his pal Nick Grimshaw. The show was filmed in front of a live studio in Manchester on August 30 and would be broadcast on BBC One in November.
Next week, Harry will be embarking on a world tour in support of his latest album. He will be performing in 13 North American cities in September and October before heading to Europe, Australia and Japan through December. The North American leg kicks off on September 19 in San Francisco and concludes in Phoenix on October 14.