Fleetwood Mac paid tribute to the Eagles' Glenn Frey at Sunday night's Classic West show.

Fleetwood Mac paid tribute to the Eagles' Glenn Frey at Sunday night's Classic West show.

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As part of the Classic West festival this past weekend in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium, legendary rockers Fleetwood Mac took time to pay tribute to Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey, who passed away from complications from pneumonia, rheumatoid arthritis and acute ulcerative colitis in 2015.

In an emotional moment during their Sunday night set, singer Stevie Nicks dedicated the song "Landslide" to Frey after performing the song, stating “I wanted to dedicate that song to Glenn Frey, who was my friend."  

Nicks also took the time to note Deacon Frey, Glenn Frey's son who joined the Eagles in May of this year and performed with the them during their Saturday night set at Classic West. Nicks said, "and I also wanted to dedicate it to his son, for stepping in and doing such an amazing job last night...so much pressure, he just did it so beautifully.  His daddy would be so proud of him. I didn’t do it before I sang, because I just would have started to cry.”

Fleetwood Mac continues their U.S. tour which wraps up in Bethlehem, Penn. on Aug. 11.