Sheryl Crow Discusses Her Final Album 'Threads,' Living Happily in Nashville

September 5, 2019

"I could not be more happy than this moment," nine-time GRAMMY award winner Sheryl Crow proclaimed when she sat down with Scott Shannon in the Morning this week. 

"It's great to be on the other side and not competing with the other kids at pop radio."

Sheryl has sold over 50 million albums and has worked with everyone under the sun, but after all her success, this moment is where she wants to be."I am so happy, can I just say that it's so not cool," she says. "I'm so not tortured's the best!"

THREADS is out now! Head to the link in my bio. I hope you love it as much as I do. ❤️ __________________________________________________ #threads #newmusic

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Sheryl’s happy because her new album 'Threads' is out now. Her final album (Sheryl says she has found some comfort in today's cycle of releasing singles rather than full albums) has her collaborating with some of the biggest names in the business. Names like Keith Richards, Joe Walsh, James Taylor, and Eric Clapton. One track that stands out is “Prove You Wrong” featuring Maren Morris and Stevie Nicks!

Another aspect of her life that she says she's happy about is her recent move to Nashville. "The people who live there are very protective of their musicians," she says. "They want 'Music City' to be about the music and not the celebrity."

'Threads' is in stores now, at Amazon and on iTunes.