From the hard-drinking sessions for Tuesday Night Music Club to the spiritual epiphanies she experienced while recording her latest — and probably final — album, the guest-star-packed Threads, Sheryl Crow goes in-depth about her entire career with host Brian Hiatt in the latest episode of our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast. The interview also touches on Crow’s little-known friendship with Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen, how she reconciled her love of the Rolling Stones with their sometimes sexist lyrics, her struggles with the shady side of the music industry in her pre-fame days, how she wrote songs for a musical based on Barry Levinson’s Diner, and much more.
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