April 10, 2012 19:39
Ryan Adams joins Haim onstage in LA for Fleetwood Mac cover
The two acts played a version of the band's 1969 single 'Oh Well'
Ryan Adams joined up-and-coming folk-rockers Haim onstage during their show last night (April 9) at The Echoplex in Los Angeles.
The Americana singer-songwriter played guitar on a version of Fleetwood Mac's 1969 song, 'Oh Well', with the band, who were named one of NME Radar's Top 10 Best Acts at the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas last month.
Adams appeared onstage discreetly from behind a curtain, leading the band's bassist Este Haim to comment: "He totally Wizard of Oz'd us". Haim is made up of three sisters, Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, who come from the San Fernando Valley in California.
Haim play their debut UK shows next month on a brief tour which includes two appearances at Brighton's Great Escape Festival (May 11 and 12). The shows begin at London's Electrowerkz on May 9 and come to an end at London's Shacklewell Arms on May 14.
Their debut EP, 'Forever', which was produced by Ludwig Göransson, is available to download for free from the band's website: haimtheband.com or scroll down and listen below.
London Electrowerkz (May 9)
London Queen of Hoxton (10)
Brighton Psychosocial (11)
Brighton Audio (12)
London Birthdays (13)
London Shacklewell Arms (14)
To check the availability of Haim tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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