In what will undoubtedly be one of the most memorable performances of the night, Lady Antebellum and Stevie Nicks shared the stage at the 2014 ACM Awards.

The country group and the rock icon began by singing a stripped down version of Lady A's single, 'Golden,' before launching into the Fleetwood Mac song, 'Rhiannon,' receiving a lengthy standing ovation at the end.

This isn't the first time they all shared the stage together. They also performed 'Rhiannon' together during a taping of 'CMT Crossroads' last year.

“I gave Hillary [Scott] that high part in ‘Rhiannon’ because I don’t sing it that way on stage — because I can’t reach that note,” Nicks said of their performance. “I reached it once: the day we recorded the song in 1977. I thought, you know what, if we’re gonna do this, wouldn’t it be great to actually have her sing the real melody of ‘Rhiannon.’ Because it has not been sung since it was written!”

Lady Antebellum are nominated for three ACM Awards, including Vocal Group of the Year.