Sheryl Crow says she's releasing her final album next year

Guests on the album include Stevie Nicks, Don Henly, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, and the late Johnny Cash

July 2, 2018
Sheryl Crow

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The singer, best known for "All I Wanna Do" and "Strong Enough," told the music site Consequence of Sound that she doesn't think anybody cares about albums anymore, so she's releasing one more full-length album in 2019, and then she'll just put out songs as she creates them.

“Albums as an art form are a little bit of a dying art form. People are more interested in singles. I’ve made the decision in my head that the record that comes out next year will be my last full album. I’ll just start putting songs out… to put out really pertinent songs that feel immediate.”

The good news is that she's going big on this last effort, collaborating with some of her musical heroes: Stevie Nicks, Keityh Richards of the Rolling Stones, the late Johnny Cash, and Don Henley of the Eagles.

I'm glad she'll at least keep making music, if only one song at a time, and she'll keep touring -- like she is this summer when she comes to Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville on July 21 and 22.

Here's the full interfview: