Enjoy Sheryl Crow dip into the Tiny Workdesk.
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This Tiny Desk performance became part of Tiny Desk Fest, a four-night collection of extended shows carried out before a live target market and also streamed survive on YouTube, Twitter as well as Facebook.
Dec. 3, 2019
Twenty-five years ago this loss, Crow was in the midst of a massive occupation innovation: Her inevitable hit “All I Wan na Do” was set in the Top 5– it would certainly later win the Grammy for Record of the Year– and her 1993 launching album, Tuesday Night Music Club, was well on its way to selling greater than 7 million copies in the U.S. alone. The years considering that have been similarly kind. A heavily decorated yet forever approachable star, Crow has launched 11 albums and also won 9 Grammys en route to her most recent, a duets collection called Threads.
For NPR’s Tiny Desk Fest, Crow and also her fracture band of rock-and-roll lifers performed a 35-minute set (including 2 unexpected repetitions) that included brand-new material from Threads and a handful of hits that have actually morphed for many years right into pop criteria. From the relaxed opening strains of “All I Wan na Do” to the stimulating last notes of “If It Makes You Happy,” we remained in some of the surest hands in business.
” All I Wan na Do”
” A Change Would Do You Good”
” Prove You Wrong”
” Tell Me When It’s Over”
” Cross Creek Road”
” Out Of Our Heads”
” If It Makes You Happy”
Sheryl Crow: vocals, guitar, keys; Peter Stroud: guitar; Frederick Eltringham: drums; Robert Kearns: bass; Jen Gunderman: keys; Audley Freed: guitar; Joshua Grange: pedal steel
Producers: Lauren Onkey, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineers: Josh Rogosin, James Willetts; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Maia Stern, Kara Frame, Bronson Arcuri, Jack Corbett; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Production Assistant: Zemoria Mathis; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann; Photo: Mhari Shaw/NPR