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Sheryl Crow Shares New Collaboration With Stevie Nicks, Maren Morris

The track follows her earlier virtual duet with Johnny Cash on ‘Redemption Day’ and ‘Live Wire,’ co-starring Mavis Staples and Bonnie Raitt.

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Sheryl Crow Prove You Wrong

Sheryl Crow has shared the next preview of her forthcoming collaborations album Threads, and it’s another starry affair, this time featuring Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris. ‘Prove You Wrong,’ out now on Big Machine, features the three vocalists sharing strong harmonies on the chorus and follows her earlier virtual duet with Johnny Cash on ‘Redemption Day’ and ‘Live Wire,’ co-starring Mavis Staples and Bonnie Raitt.

Earlier today (5), Crow tweeted: “Such an honour to collaborate with @StevieNicks, my hero! And what a joy to welcome @Marenmorris into our little club of fierce female rockers!” Nicks wrote: “So thrilled to sing with @SherylCrow again — and we welcome our friend @MarenMorris — hope the world loves it as much as we do. Love rules.”

Her social media feed also reveals that ‘Prove You Wrong’ features input from Joe Walsh and his fellow member of the current Eagles line-up, Vince Gill. Longtime session doyen Waddy Wachtel plays guitar on the track. Threads is also due to feature Keith Richards, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton and Don Henley.

Crow has stated that the new album will be her last, but the multi-million-selling star has also made it clear that she doesn’t intend to stop recording. “In the future,” she told Nashville Public Radio in April, “when I write something I feel like needs to be put out, we’ll just put it out. We won’t wait to make a whole album.”

The artist is due to perform tonight at the CMT Awards, and then will appear on The Ellen Show tomorrow (6) with Staples and Raitt to play ‘Live Wire.’ Morris, for her part, played at London’s Royal Albert Hall last week at the completion of her Girl tour, where to the audience’s delight, she was joined on stage by Irish pop star Niall Horan.

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