Sheryl Crow joined forces with Olivia Rodrigo, Stevie Nicks, and Peter Frampton on stage at the 2023 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame tonight, where they performed songs from Crow’s discography. Rodrigo and Crow performed “If It Makes You Happy” from her 1996 self-titled album. Crow also played “Strong Enough” with Nicks, and “Every Day is a Winding Road” with Nicks and Frampton. Crow opened the show with Rodrigo before being inducted by Laura Dern into the Rock Hall’s Class of 2023 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Watch it all happen below.

Rodrigo said of the performance: “It was an honor to join Sheryl on stage and I am so excited for her to be inducted into the RRHOF! I am a massive fan of hers and her incredible songwriting. She’s equally as kind as she is talented and I feel so lucky that I was able to be part of celebrating such a legend.”

Crow is being inducted alongside Kate Bush, Missy Elliott, George Michael, Willie Nelson, Rage Against the Machine, and the Spinners. This year marked the first time Crow was nominated; she has been eligible since 2019.

The singer-songwriter recently announced a new studio album titled Evolution, which arrives March 29. She also shared lead single and album opener “Alarm Clock.” The upcoming LP follows Crow’s 2019 full length Threads.

Crow was recently the subject of a Showtime documentary about her career, which was released with a companion double-album soundtrack featuring Crow’s hits and more recent recordings.

Read the Sunday Review of Sheryl Crow.

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