Kat Perkins performed Fleetwood Mac’s classic 1975 song Landslide on Monday night’s episode of The Voice. Perkins had previously won over three of the four judges by performing a riveting cover of Fleetwood Mac “Gold Dust Woman,” during the show’s blind auditions. With ties to Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac, Adam Levine convinced her to join Team Adam, where she has emerged as the frontrunner to win the season.
For Monday night’s performance, Perkins stayed true to Fleetwood Mac’s live rendition of “Landslide,” complete with an impressive long-sustained note on the ‘snooooow covered hills.” Stevie Nicks would be proud.
More about Kat (from NBC)
Kat started a rock band with her husband; but they divorced six months later, and she decided to take a break from the music business. She’s currently a full-time nanny for a family of five, with whom she created an unofficial band for fun. The Voice is the first time Kat has gone solo, and she can’t wait to step out on her own.
Gold Dust Woman