Sheryl Crow” I could not be happier than this time,” said Sheryl Crow, winner of nine GRAMMY Awards, sitting down with Scott Shannon on the morning of this week.
“It’s great to be on the other side and not compete with the other children of pop radio.”
Sheryl has sold more than 50 million albums and worked with everyone under the sun, but after all his success, this moment is what he wants to be. “I’m so happy that I can say it’s not great,” she says. . “I’m not so tortured anymore … it’s the best!”
Sheryl is happy because her new album ‘Threads’ is now available. Her latest album (Sheryl says she found solace in the current cycle of releasing singles instead of full albums) allows her to collaborate with some of the industry’s most important names. Names like Keith Richards, Joe Walsh, James Taylor, and Eric Clapton. One hint that stands out is “Prove You Wrong” with Maren Morris and Stevie Nicks!
Another aspect of his life for which he says he is happy is his recent move to Nashville. “The people who live there are very protective of their musicians,” she says. “They want Music City to talk about music, not celebrity.”