Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Everywhere’ Rides Back to Billboard Charts Thanks to Chevy Ad Synch

Fleetwood Mac continues its surge on Billboard‘s charts in the 2020s as its classic track “Everywhere” hits the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs tally (dated Oct. 22) at No. 25.

Originally released on the band’s 1987 album Tango in the Night, “Everywhere” has received renewed attention thanks to its synch in a commercial for Chevrolet’s electric vehicle line.

The track enters Hot Rock & Alternative Songs (where older songs are eligible to appear if in the top 25 and with a meaningful reason for their return), with 2.3 million official U.S. streams, up 16%, and 5,000 downloads sold, up 12%, in the U.S. Oct. 7-13, according to Luminate.

Prior to the commercial’s premiere, the song was generally averaging about 1.3-1.4 million streams a week in the U.S.


“Everywhere” concurrently rules Rock Digital Song Sales for a third week, all consecutively, and vaults 7-3 on the all-genre Digital Song Sales list.

“Everywhere” stands as Fleetwood Mac’s most recent top 20 hit, among 16 total, on the Billboard Hot 100, having reached No. 14 in February 1988. It also became the band’s second of three Adult Contemporary No. 1s. (Tango in the Night marked Fleetwood Mac’s last studio LP fully featuring its famed lineup of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.)

The song follows the revival of another of Fleetwood Mac’s hits: In October 2020, “Dreams” re-entered the Hot 100 and rose as high as No. 12 after its inclusion in a viral TikTok trend. The song topped the chart for a week in 1977, marking the group’s second of nine top 10s.

Tango in the Night hit No. 7 on the Billboard 200 in 1987. Fleetwood Mac boasts seven top 10s on the chart, including four No. 1s.

Gary Trust