Sheryl Crow has announced her first full length, solo and multi-instrumental streaming concert performance. The show, filmed by UK company Driift, will be broadcast on June 18th. Driift also made Nick Cave’s ‘Idiot Prayer’ at Alexandra Palace and Laura Marling’s Live at Union Chapel, as well as the Glastonbury’s virtual ‘Live at Worthy Farm’, streaming this weekend.
The performance takes place at Crow’s “little church”, a private meditative space on her Nashville property, Crow moving between instruments to present her songs in a new way.
“Doing a solo show like this is challenging and exhilarating,” says Crow. “Presenting these songs in a new way is exciting for me – this is not a typical acoustic show, those can be great, but this is something different.”
“I feel the beginnings of a renewal after the painful separation we’ve been through,” she adds of missing audiences, “I have tremendous gratitude for it. I can’t wait for fans to hear and see this very special show.”
Crow has been feted by a new generation of singer songwriters who have covered her work and talked about her influence in recent times including Phoebe Bridgers, Haim, Maren Morris and Best Coast.