Sheryl Crow releases new album after online premiere of documentary film

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On the same day her biopic documentary trailer was released online, music icon Sheryl Crow has now announced the release date for the film’s accompanying album.

The Showtime Original documentary premiered yesterday at the SXSW festival ahead of its original airing on Showtime on May 6.

Chronicling her battle with sexism, ageism, depression and cancer, “Sheryl” explained how the 60-year-old rock legend made her way to success and how, in the process, broke it.

Directed by Critics’ Choice nominee Amy Scott, “Sheryl” is told through interviews with the multi-platinum recording artist and never-before-seen footage from her successful music career.

Sheryl: Music for the Feature Documentary

UME/Big Machine Records announced that “Sheryl: Music From The Feature Documentary” is set to launch the same day the documentary premieres May 6, 2022 on Showtime.

The album, which will be available digitally and on 2CDs, will feature some of Crow’s greatest songs, including “All I Want to Do”, “If It Makes You Happy”, “A Change Would Do You Good”, “My Favorite Mistake”. ,” “Strong enough”, among many others.

Along with three new music and her greatest hits, “Sheryl: Music From The Feature Documentary” will also feature massive collaborations from other music legends.

The likes of Sting, Stevie Nicks, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and even the late Johnny Cash will feature on his next album, a The source reports.

Avid Sheryl Crow fans can Pre-order the companion album, which they can stream via Apple Music, iTunes Store or Amazon Music. The tracklist for the two-CD album can be seen here.

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The illustrious career of Sheryl Crow

The pop-rock legend’s next documentary came shortly after his 35th birthday in the music industry.

Crow’s career has been remarkable, from his early days as a backing vocalist to Pop King Michael Jackson on his “Bad” tour in the late 80s to selling 50 million albums worldwide.

“I am thrilled with the premiere of my documentary. I hope people will find strength and courage through my story. It was a journey through years and years of incredible memories,” said the award-winning artist. a Grammy.

Sheryl’s influence transcends generations as she has inspired a new breed of artists including Phoebe Bridgers, HER, Haim, Maren Morris, Lorde, Sasami, Best Coast and Brandi Carlile.

Crow performed many of his most beloved songs during the webcast.”Sheryl Crow: The Songs and the Stories – A Live Solo Performance‘, which took place at his Nashville estate in June of last year.

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