Sheryl Crow Performs Live at NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
- American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow appeared on NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert on December 4th. This marks the first time she has performed at Tiny Desk Concert.
"I heard a big thing on NPR about the shrinking of the attention span and how now, with pop songs, everything has like six seconds before you gotta change it, because the kids swipe over," Sheryl Crow told the crowd. "I'm just gonna tell you right now: We're dinosaurs. ... And while the kids are all writing fast food — which is super-cool 'cause it tastes great, super-filling — we're sort of still writing salmon. We're the songwriters that are here to tax your attention span."
She performed '90s three hit songs “All I Wanna Do” from her debut album “Tuesday Night Music Club”, “A Change Would Do You Good” and “If It Makes You Happy” from the second album “Sheryl Crow”, as well as played the 2008 hit “Out Of Our Heads” from the sixth album “Detours”.
From her latest album “Threads”, which was released back in August, she played “Prove You Wrong”, “Tell Me When It's Over”, and “Cross Creek Road”.
The original version of “Prove You Wrong” featured Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris. And “Cross Creek Road” featured Neil Young and Lukas Nelson.
Also, she announced that she will perform on 'Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020' live from the Allstate Fan Fest in New Orleans along with Usher.
- source : NPR