Sheryl Crow & Friends reunite for ‘CMT Crossroads’

Episode premieres Friday, Sept 27th at 10 pm ET on CMT

Nine-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist, Sheryl Crow, brings her final album Threads to life as she invites her friends and collaborators for an all-star television event. CMT Crossroads: Sheryl Crow & Friends premieres Friday, September 27th at 10 pm ET/PT. Joined by legendary artists such as Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Joe Walsh, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, and female duo Lucius, the one hour special includes intimate performances and interviews filmed in a variety of eclectic and intimate settings.

This unique genre-spanning CMT Crossroads is an in-depth look into Crow’s critically acclaimed, new album on The Valory Music Co., featuring 20 artists. Crow has described the record as a culmination of her 30 year career alongside some of her musical influences and friends.

CMT Crossroads showcases a portion of the various collaborations during an exceptional night of original performances including Bob Dylan’s “Everything Is Broken” featuring Jason Isbell; “Tell Me When It’s Over” featuring Chris Stapleton; “Nobody’s Perfect” featuring Emmylou Harris; “Still the Good Old Days” featuring Joe Walsh; “Don’t” featuring Lucius; and “Live Wire” featuring Bonnie Raitt.

Additional performances include Crow’s hit “Strong Enough” featuring Lucius; and a rousing rendition with Walsh of “Walk Away,” his enduring rock anthem from The James Gang.

Threads, released on August 30th, arrives at No. 1 on both Billboard’s Americana/Folk Albums chart and iTunes Singer/Songwriter Top Albums Chart, after ascending to No. 5 on the iTunes all-genre US Top Albums Chart. The 17 track, career capping album features musical collaborations with the cream of rock, pop and country – Stevie Nicks, Emmylou Harris, Johnny Cash, Mavis Staples, Eric Clapton, Sting, Keith Richards, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Gary Clark Jr., Maren Morris, St. Vincent, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, James Taylor and more.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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