For Sheryl Crow’s latest single, “Prove You Wrong,” she decided to bring in some girl power with vocals from Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris. The track will appear on Crow’s upcoming album of collaborations, Threads, out August 30.
Crow, Nicks and Morris pack the song full of powerhouse vocals, each taking a verse or two before coming together on the chorus for some classic country three-part harmonies. With catchy lyrics and a fun vibe, this song is a perfect summer single!
Nicks and Morris aren’t the only stars on the track, though. Crow tweeted that “Prove You Wrong” also features a team of expert musicians, including the Eagles’ Joe Walsh, Vince Gill and legendary session player, Waddy Wachtel.
“Prove You Wrong” is the third single from Threads, following “Live Wire,” a collaboration with Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples, and “Redemption Day,” a reworked version of her 1996 song of the same name that uses vocals from the Johnny Cash version recorded before his death in 2003. Threads will also feature other guests such as Keith Richards, Chris Stapleton and Don Henley.
In an interview with Nashville Public Radio, Crow said that Threads will likely be her last full-length album. “It takes a lot of time and money and energy to create a fully artistic statement with a beginning, a middle and end,” she said. “And, you know, you hope you have a song that lands on a playlist somewhere. People just don’t listen to albums anymore. So I feel like this is a good one to go out on.”
However, Crow doesn’t plan to stop making music altogether. She said, “And in the future, when I write something I feel like needs to be put out, we’ll just put it out. We won’t wait to make a whole album.”
Check out the lyric video for “Prove You Wrong” below!
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