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Sheryl Crow catches up with Kyle Meredith to speak about Sheryl, the brand new Showtime documentary based mostly on her life and profession.
The multi-platinum songwriter tells us why it was lastly time to inform her story, the shelved album that got here earlier than her debut that sounded an excessive amount of like Sting, and eager to re-produce 1996’s Love Is a Good Factor. Crow additionally talks about her later profession that wasn’t represented within the movie, the brand new songs on the soundtrack which incorporates The Rolling Stones, and her plans to do storyteller type solo reveals subsequent yr.
She additionally goes in depth about 2002’s C’Mon C’mon, a vibrant album recorded throughout a really darkish interval, and the way the music “You’re an Authentic” is a little bit of a bitter music in regards to the pop scene of that period.
Take heed to Sheryl Crow focus on the brand new documentary Sheryl, her prolonged profession, and extra above, or watch the dialogue beneath. You may also get tickets to Crow’s upcoming live shows right here.
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