Subway Performer Amazes Passengers With ‘Landslide’ Cover

YouTube/Bo Rodda

The echoes of her beautiful voice off the walls of the empty tunnel stopped people dead in their tracks as they walked past her toward their platform. 

Set up in front of one of the pillars lining the platform’s edge in Chicago’s Washington Station, this seemingly shy street performer belts out one of the most incredible renditions of Stevie Nicks’ “Landslide” you’ll ever hear. 

Slumped over her guitar, Ashley Stevenson (a.k.a. SLIM MILS), runs her hands quickly over the strings, strumming in a brisk pitter-patter that will send chills down your spine as soon as you recognize the song. 

A she opens up into the song, her precision tone and the purity of her voice ring out through the entire “L” station, bringing passengers closer and immediately stealing their attention. 

One man, Bo Rodda, captured the entire performance on film and shared it on YouTube hoping to get her name out there and show folks how amazing she is. 

“On my way home from work tonight I saw one of the best performances I have ever seen- anywhere,” He wrote below the video. “This young [woman] playing ‘Landslide’ absolutely stunned the entire crowd which erupted into applause as the train arrives.”

True to his word, her captivating performance was loved by everyone watching and you can see, as his camera pans around the station, that there isn’t a single person not completely riveted by her performance. 

Watch Ashley Stevenson’s incredible performance of Stevie Nicks’ “Landslide” below!

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