The song will be included in the upcoming documentary Sheryl about Crow’s life and career, which is set to premiere on Showtime on May 6. (The Stones’ original version appeared on their 1969 album, Let It Bleed.) You can listen to Crow’s new cover below.
Crow and the members of the Rolling Stones have shared the stage many times since Crow’s 1993 debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club. Crow nearly missed an opportunity to perform with the band early in her career when she believed she was being prank-called.
“In 1995, ‘All I Wanna Do’ had just come out and I get a phone call from Mick Jagger at 4:30 in the morning,” she recalled to Female First in 2010. “I answered it and was like, ‘This is so not funny’ and hung up. I hung up on him. The phone rang again, and I’m like, ‘What?’ And it was Mick. He was like, ‘Oh, Sheryl … ‘ . He said, ‘We’re doing a pay-per-view in Miami, do you wanna come play?’ Yes, I wanna come play.”
More recently, Keith Richards performed on what Crow has said will be her last studio album, 2019’s Threads. Richards also appears in the upcoming documentary, the soundtrack to which will be released as a two-CD album on the same day as the film’s premiere.
“I am very excited for people to see my documentary,” Crow said in an earlier statement. “I hope people will find strength and courage through my story. It was a journey through years and years of incredible memories, and I am proud of the beautiful documentary that [director] Amy Scott made about my life.”
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