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Steven Tyler was in the audience for Lady Antebellum‘s CMT Crossroads performance with Stevie Nicks Tuesday night in Los Angeles. The Aerosmith frontman posted a picture with Lady A on his website after the show, with the note, “The whole night was a magic moment.”

Lady Antebellum and Stevie Nicks performed Lady A’s new song “Golden” during Tuesday night’ taping. According to Rolling Stone, Stevie compared the song to the Fleetwood Mac classic “Landslide,” which Nicks wrote and Dixie Chicks made a #2 country hit in 2002. “Golden” appear on Lady A’s upcoming studio album, and Stevie says she cried after listening to the song for just a minute-and-a-half. When Charles Kelley of Lady A heard Stevie say that onstage, he said, “Now we might cry.”

The installment of CMT Crossroads will air in the coming months.

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