Crow signs with Big Machine
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
– Sheryl Crow has signed with Big Machine Label Group, it was announced today.
Crow is reportedly releasing her final album. Guests on the disc include the late Johnny Cash, Don Henley, Keith Richards and Stevie Nicks.
Crow posted on Twitter, "Thanks for getting behind this record, @BigMachine! Excited to be a part of the family!"
I am honored that Big Machine gets to represent Sheryl and her music in this very important chapter of her career," said Scott Borchetta, Big Machine President and CEO, in a press release.
Borchetta said he was a long-time fan. "I have been a Sheryl Crow fan from the first note of Tuesday Night Music Club," he said. "When she announced that she intended to make her last album, I immediately reached out to Scooter Weintraub and got a link to the music. It's a one-listen masterpiece that spans her entire career...and her friends that showed up for this record will blow everyone's mind."
Crow's most recent album was "Be Myself" in 2017. She released a country-oriented disc, "Feels Like Home," in 2017.
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