Sheryl Crow recently shared a cover of the Rolling Stones‘ “Live With Me” featuring the iconic band’s Mick Jagger on harmonica.
The song will feature in the upcoming documentary SHERYL, which focuses on Crow’s life and career and will premiere on Showtime on May 6.
“Live with Me” was recorded by the Rolling Stones for their album Let It Bleed, released in December 1969. It was the first song recorded with the band’s new guitarist Mick Taylor, who joined in June 1969.
Last month, Crow announced that her upcoming Showtime documentary SHERYL will be accompanied by an all-new album.
Sheryl: Music from the Feature Documentary will be released on the same day the doc airs on Showtime. It will feature the Grammy-winner’s biggest hits, including “If It Makes You Happy,” “Soak Up the Sun, “All I Wanna Do, “Redemption Day” and many others.
SHERYL, the full-length documentary film directed by Amy Scott about the singer-songwriter’s life, career and her battle with cancer, premiered at the South by Southwest festival on March 11.
The documentary also features interviews with collaborators and friends of Crow’s, including Keith Richards, Laura Dern, Joe Walsh, Emmylou Harris and Brandi Carlile.
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