Sheryl Crow is set to release her 11th album next year, and it will be her last.
“I’ve got this record in the can and it’s going to come out next year,” Sheryl tells tells Consequence of Sound’s Kyle Meredith that. “It’s a very collaborative record. People who have asked to collaborate with me, people I’ve loved and I’ve worked with, some heroes of mine for ever.” Some of those people, according to Sheryl, include Stevie Nicks, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Keith Richards.
She adds, “I really love the record so much, and at the same time I think, ‘How would I follow that up with an album?’”
As for the themes on the record, Sheryl notes, “There’s a lot to write about,” adding, “Just this climate of the truth not mattering… it’s a very alarming time.”
Source: Consequence of Sound