Sheryl Crow has teamed with Maren Morris and Stevie Nicks for a sunny, confident new track “Prove You Wrong.”
I’ve got my mind made up and my high heels on/It wouldn’t take much to prove you wrong, the three artists sing, trading lines on the track, a lighthearted take on a song that sets out to prove a heartbreak keep them “in a bed of tears.”
According to a tweet Crow sent out, the jangly, uptempo piece also features some high-powered musicians, including Vince Gill, the Eagles’ Joe Walsh and guitarist Waddy Wachtel.
The track marks the latest release from Crow, following the gritty reworking of “Redemption Day” featuring vocals from Johnny Cash, and its follow up “Live Wire,” which features Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples. The tracks are all from Crow’s upcoming Big Machine Records duets album, Threads, slated for release later this year.
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