Article - Rolling Stone (11.13.1980)

Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks joined the University of Southern California's Trojan Marching Band for an offbeat half-time show during the home team's game with Arizona State on October 4th. Nicks, decked out in USC's crimson and gold, twirled a baton while Fleetwood played the bass drum and Buckingham, perched atop a fifteen-foot-high ladder, conducted the band in a thundering rendition of 'Tusk' - a song the Trojans knew well, having played on the record. Afterward, Fleetwood Mac presented them with a platinum record in recognition of their contribution to the Tusk album, which has so far sold 4 million copies worldwide.