Mick Fleetwood Says Band Owes Nathan Apodaca After ‘Dreams’ Went Viral
Click here to read the full article on SPIN.
Following the viral hit of Nathan Apodaca's TikTok video with Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams," both social media star and drummer Mick Fleetwood have spoken (separately) about the 1977 revival of the track.
But on October 9, the two finally met virtually on a BBC news program.
More from SPIN:
Mick Fleetwood on joining TikTok, "Dreams" popularity in 2020
Mick Fleetwood restores viral "dreams" TikTok
Mick Fleetwood on Lindsey Buckingham's exit from Fleetwood Mac: "We just weren't happy"
"One thing, we owe you," said Fleetwood after surprising Apodaca on the news broadcast. "It's such a feast for everything. I heard you talk about it and it's so joyful and fun."
Fleetwood continued, “I just want to say that outside of Fleetwood Mac, we owe you. It's a great story and it's so needed. In days that are really challenging it makes people smile and I am so happy to be a part of it. Congratulations on a wild skateboarding trip that got us talking today. "
Apodaca, still over the shock, said, “I feel blessed and I appreciate you. It's just great. "
At the end of the chat, Fleetwood was hoping that one day they would meet in person and say, "You are right in my heart."
Fleetwood recently recreated Apodaca's laid-back video that not only went viral in itself but also kept "Dreams" at the top of the Billboard charts.
Check out the full conversation on the BBC news below.
Click here to view our running list of the 100 best guitarists of all time.
You should check here to buy the best price guaranteed products.
Detroit Red Wings vs. Vancouver Canucks - Game Highlights
John Dean Says Trump Deeply Linked To Insurrection, And Bannon Can Bare All
Suze Orman: These 5 moves will keep you out of the poorhouse in retirement
Beyoncé and JAY-Z Attend Second Wedding of Tiffany & Co. Executive Alexandre Arnault in Venice
Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Chicago Blackhawks - Game Highlights
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Seattle Kraken - Game Highlights