Sheryl Crow performs with Stevie Nicks and Olivia Rodrigo at the Hall of Fame

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During her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Sheryl Crow performed with Stevie Nicks, Olivia Rodrigo and Peter Frampton.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has welcomed Sheryl Crow as one of its newest members. The evening kicked off with Olivia Rodrigo helping Sheryl Crow perform her 1996 hit “ If It Makes You Happy ». The duo, who recently performed the song together at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe, took turns singing the verses, Crow on electric guitar and Rodrigo on acoustic guitar.

Laura Dern, who gave the induction speech, told the crowd: “ She drew the chapters of our lives and continued to be a multi-generational muse for everything we feel, always discovering something new to reflect on in herself and in us. The success was accompanied by massive sales and numerous awards. But Sheryl makes art because she has to. »

After Ms. Dern’s speech, Crow and Stevie Nicks (inducted both as a member of Fleetwood Mac and, in 2019, as a solo artist) brilliantly performed Crow’s ballad ” Strong Enough “. Peter Frampton then appeared on stage and the three musicians performed “ Everyday Is a Winding Road “.

It’s a bit like receiving an Oscar for a screenplay that you haven’t finished writing yet.”said Sheryl Crow, joking that her original acceptance speech was seven and a half hours long. For me, it is a great pleasure and honor to be inducted alongside one of the people I admire most on this planet, Willie Nelson. »

Longtime friends Sheryl Crow and Stevie Nicks often shared the stage and studio, and the Fleetwood Mac singer was one of the first to congratulate Ms. Crow on her Rock Hall induction: “ Congratulations, Miz Crow, on your upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ~ I’m so proud of you ~ It’s an elite club for us womenNicks wrote at the time. I found out at 4 a.m. and had to dance in my room for you. See you on the road! »


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