The country group Dixie Chicks then covered "Landslide" on their 2002 Home album.
This rendition, featuring the group's trademark two- and three-part harmonies and country phrasings, was very popular, hitting the Top 10 of both the pop and country charts as well as several other charts.
Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines said she was attracted in part to the song because she was then the same age that Nicks was when she performed it.
A deluxe edition of Home contained a remixed version of this "Landslide", done by Sheryl Crow. The Chicks then created yet another arrangement of the song, using inverted harmonies, for performance on their 2006 Accidents & Accusations Tour.