Sheryl Crow was inducted into the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame Friday evening throughout a star-studded ceremony in New York Metropolis, Fox Information reported.
Crow, 61, mirrored on her journey in music forward of receiving the honour. “Music was a lifeline… I feel the truth that I like the work and I didn’t come up when social media was occurring. I wouldn’t have the ability to do it now,” she instructed Fox Information Digital.
The singer-songwriter, identified for hits like “If It Makes You Completely satisfied,” was celebrated by a bunch of music legends. On stage, she was joined by Olivia Rodrigo for a rendition of her 1996 hit, and later by Willie Nelson, 90, Stevie Nicks, and Peter Frampton for extra performances, the outlet famous.
The induction was offered by Crow’s buddy, actress Laura Dern. Crow’s two adopted sons, Wyatt and Levi, additionally attended, supporting their mom on her particular evening, per Fox Information.
“I began out with the massive hair with Michael Jackson. Earlier than that, I used to be a schoolteacher. … I’m an enormous believer in manifesting. I do consider we manifest the occasions in our lives by advantage of how a lot vitality we put and the way a lot consideration we placed on one thing,” the star instructed the outlet.
Amongst these welcomed into the Corridor of Fame alongside Crow had been Nelson, Missy Elliot, George Michael, Rage In opposition to the Machine, and The Spinners, the report says. (RELATED: The Beatles Launch One Final New Track, ‘Now And Then’)
The occasion additionally noticed DJ Kool Herc and Hyperlink Wray inducted for musical affect, whereas Chaka Khan, Al Kooper, and Bernie Taupin had been honored for musical excellence. The late Don Cornelius was given the Ahmet Ertegun Award, in response to Fox Information.