Sheryl Crow is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and actress. She joins the armchair expert to discuss starting her career later in life, how breast cancer changed her perspective and her pattern of attraction. Dax wonders about her experience on the Michael Jackson Bad Tour and Sheryl talks about the physiological impact of music. The two talk about meditation, Sheryl declares she’s done making albums and Monica and Dax discuss their enneagram in the fact check.
With her breakout hit song “All I Wanna Do,” Sheryl Crow quickly went from talented backup singer to household name. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist travels to the musician’s Nashville home to talk about her journey from a tiny town in Missouri to the top of the music charts, and why she says her most recent album “Threads” will be her last. (Original broadcast date: September 8, 2019)
Dan sits down with nine-time Grammy award winning singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow for an open and honest chat. She reveals how health scares throughout her life have changed her perspective and value for life. She talks about how the ratio of females to males working in the music industry overall has an impact on artists, and her experience with the #MeToo movement. She also talks about her thoughts on the Michael Jackson 'Leaving Neverland' documentary and her reaction to her name being mentioned in it.Hit subscribe to never miss an episode and let us know what you think of The Dan Wootton Interview here.Follow all the action on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Sheryl Crow calls up Kyle Meredith about Threads, her latest record that boasts a helluva great guest lineup. Among her many collaborations, the two explore a duet with the late Johnny Cash that speaks to three different periods in American history, and a song that features both Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples. They also then take a trip back to both Woodstock '94 and Woodstock '99 and discuss how the two offered very different experiences. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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