Nathan Apodaca rode to fame in 2020 by casually singing a Fleetwood Mac song while drinking cranberry juice and longboarding,
"The Late Show" host addressed the president's Electoral College defeat with a rock 'n' roll zinger.
The rock legend applied her own touches to her Fleetwood Mac hit and won in a landslide.
Nathan Apodaca has been living the "dream" since he filmed the video last month.
"We owe you," Fleetwood Mac's co-founder quipped to Nathan Apodaca, whose groovy clip has prompted a streaming spike for the band's 1977 classic.
Fleetwood Mac’s co-founder acknowledged an Idaho man’s video tribute in a very meta way this week.
Nathan Apodaca of Idaho said he shot his 22-second clip on a whim while traveling to work on a skateboard. Now he's an internet superstar.
In an emotional Facebook post, the Fleetwood Mac chanteuse deemed the coronavirus "a real American Horror Story" and urged fans to wear masks.
To some listeners, Green was the best of the British blues guitarists of the 1960s.
Thunder only happens when it's raining, players only love you when they're playing... and coronavirus is keeping the Fleetwood Mac singer indoors.