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Crow goes live in August

Friday, May 21, 2021 – Sheryl Crow apparently decided against ending her recording career with "Threads" in 2019 because she announced today she'd be out with "Live from the Ryman & More," on Aug. 13.

The generous 27-song collection features some covers and classics along with help from the likes of Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Lucius and Maren Morris.

Crow had said "Threads" would llikely be her final release.

A new track will be available every two weeks leading up to the release via The Valory Music Co.

The disc was recorded over five nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Los Angeles' Ace Theatre and the Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island. The latter was from a 2019 performance.

The release features Carlile and Morris harmonizing on "If It Makes You Happy," Nicks guesting on the country-leaning "Prove You Wrong," Harris adding her vocals to "Nobody's Perfect," Isbell throttling Bob Dylan's "Everything Is Broken" and Lucius creating a bluesy Gospel tension on "Run, Baby, Run."

Crow will promote the live project with appearances on American Idol on May 23 and Good Morning America on Aug. 13. She will also host "Sheryl Crow: The Songs And The Stories - A Live Solo Performance," a one-time global livestream on June 18 at noon eastern.

The track list is:
1. Steve McQueen
2. A Change Would Do You Good
3. All I Wanna Do
4. My Favorite Mistake
5. Tell Me When It's Over
6. Everything Is Broken (featuring Jason Isbell)
7. Can't Cry Anymore
8. Prove You Wrong (featuring Stevie Nicks, Maren Morris, Waddy Wachtel, Steve Jordan)
9. Run, Baby, Run (featuring Lucius)
10. Don't (featuring Lucius)
11. Strong Enough (featuring Lucius)
12. Leaving Las Vegas
13. It Don't Hurt
14. Still The Good Old Days
15. Cross Creek Road
16. Nobody's Perfect (featuring Emmylou Harris)
17. Home
18. Maybe Angels
19. Real Gone
20. Wouldn't Want To Be Like You/Na Na Song
21. Beware Of Darkness (featuring Brandi Carlile)
22. The First Cut Is The Deepest
23. Best Of Times
24. If It Makes You Happy
25. Soak Up The Sun
26. Everyday Is A Winding Road
27. I Shall Believe (featuring Lucius)


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