The world knows her as a Grammy Award winning (that’s nine statues out of thirty-two nominations for those of you keeping score…) singer, songwriter, collaborator, and recording artist…
…however, following her multi-platinum bow Tuesday Night Music Club (1993), Sheryl Crow took to the stage to support her self-titled follow-up as a bass player! In fact, she’s waxed bass tracks on all her subsequent albums and singles to date.
With a yen for vintage instruments: Guild, ’54 Kay Pro, Fender Mustang, standard and customized MusicMan Stingrays, among others – Ms. Crow works the pocket with a decidedly laid-back, behind-the-beat feel that complements her folk / pop / classic rock canon.
Sheryl Crow Sound & Vision…
…with her vintage Fender Mustang with Joe Walsh: https://youtu.be/AqFD2ja-9Fs
Sheryl rendering Joe’s James Gang hit “Walk Away” on a customized Guild: https://youtu.be/OtSRaBtantQ
Live rendition of “My Favorite Mistake” https://youtu.be/BwPfefKhIEk
Sheryl rockin’ Central Park with her MusicMan “There Goes the Neighborhood” https://youtu.be/uc4haaYZKv8