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You're invited: Sheryl Crow GRAMMY Museum live stream
On June 7 the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live, in partnership with American Express, will welcome Sheryl Crow to the Clive Davis Theater for a special conversation detailing the inspiration and creative process behind her latest album, Be Myself, followed by an intimate performance.
Though the event is sold out, you can tune in and share in the moment via an official live stream on the GRAMMY Museum's Facebook page starting at 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET.
A nine-time GRAMMY winner with 31 career nominations, Crow broke out with three wins at the 37th GRAMMYs in 1995, including Record Of The Year for "All I Wanna Do." Some of her other hits that have received GRAMMY recognition include "If It Makes You Happy," "Everyday Is A Winding Road," "My Favorite Mistake," and "Soak Up The Sun."
Be Myself, Crow's 10th studio album, was released April 21. Heralded as her "toughest, best" release in a decade by Rolling Stone, the 11-track set was produced by Crow and Jeff Trott, who also helmed her GRAMMY-winning self-titled album (1996) and GRAMMY-nominated The Globe Sessions (1998).