Sheryl Crow on Making Country Music Album 'We Jumped in'

The singer talks about her transition from pop music to country.
1:20 | 09/10/13

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Transcript for Sheryl Crow on Making Country Music Album 'We Jumped in'
Sheryl crow, music legend and we love her, too. Her first country album, "feels like home." It is dropping today. We're going to hear a hit single from it. We want to catch up. It's an interesting change for you. What prompted this foray into this new place? Brad paisley was really encouraging with me. I said I sang with loretta lynn and rebecca lambert a few years ago. When I came off the stage, he said, will you make a record from the format that you belong to? We jumped in. It's a perfect place for your voice. I love this, too. The old-school idea. The barn storming tour. You took your two sons along with it. I'm probably romanticizing that. But how was it? We're a kinder, gentler rock band now. It was fun, though. They're really game. They're gung-ho. They're little. They'll do it now. But later on, they're going to be sick of mom's job. For right now, it's okay. A place I love, santa barbara, california. In a few days. Will you sing one for us.

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