Sheryl Crow Recalls Encountering Things On Michael Jackson’s Tour That She “Didn’t Want To See.”
While the singer of “If It Makes You Happy” finds working with the late pop superstar to be “inspiring,” she admits that “learning how the music business work was demoralizing.”
When Sheryl Crow learned how the music business operates, she felt “demoralized.” The late global superstar Michael Jackson passed away in 2009 at the age of 50 after a turbulent career in show business. The 60-year-old singer became famous when she was given the opportunity to tour with him in 1987. She later admitted that while she found the experience “inspiring,” she felt exposed to things she didn’t necessarily want to see.
The “If It Makes You Happy” singer said that while she initially had hesitations about documenting her life in showbiz when first approached, it has been “liberating” to share her own narrative for the first time. She is speaking about her tale as part of the new documentary “Sheryl.”
commenting on ITV’s “She continued, “Good Morning Britain,” saying, “I was contacted about doing a documentary actually at the beginning of the pandemic and I simply did not want to do it. However, once it was all said and done, it has been rather liberating to tell the tale on my own terms. The GRAMMY Awards, singing with fantastic performers like Eric Clapton and Pavarotti, and meeting presidents have undoubtedly been the high points “. Streaming of “Sheryl” is currently possible.”Sheryl” is available to stream now.