Sheryl Crow has released another song from her upcoming album, Threads. Additionally, she’s announced the guestlist and song titles.
Crow and Joe Walsh duet on the latest release from Threads, “Still The Good Old Days.” The song and the video shows that Crow, 25 years into her career (Tuesday Night Music Club came out in 1994!), is still having a blast. Watch the video below.
Crow posted tweeted the tracklist and the guest list:
The songs and guests on the album are:
“Prove You Wrong” featuring Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris
“Live Wire”featuring Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples
“Tell Me When It’s Over” featuring Chris Stapleton
“Story Of Everything” featuring Chuck D of Public Enemy, Andra Day and Gary Clark Jr.
“Beware Of Darkness” (a George Harrison cover) featuring Eric Clapton, Sting and Brandi Carilie
“Redemption Day” featuring Johnny Cash
“Cross Creek Road” (the digital version of the album will feature Lukas Nelson, son of Willie, while the vinyl version will feature Margo Price)
“Everything Is Broken” (a Bob Dylan cover) featuring Jason Isbell
“The Worst” featuring Keith Richards (it’s a Rolling Stones song that Keith sang lead on)
“Lonely Alone” featuring Willie Nelson
“Border Lord” featuring Kris Kristofferson (it’s a song that he wrote in the ’70s)
“Still The Good Old Days” featuring Joe Walsh
“Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You” featuring St. Vincent
“Don’t” featuring Lucius
“Nobody’s Perfect” featuring Emmylou Harris
“Flying Blind” featuring James Taylor
“For The Sake Of Love” featuring Vince Gill
Threads will be released on August 30.