Preview ‘Sheryl,’ a New Sheryl Crow Documentary from Amy Scott Set to Premiere on Showtime 5/6


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Sheryl is the title of a new documentary from director Amy Scott chronicling the life, career and influence of singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow.

The doc had its official premiere last Friday, March 11, at SXSW and will debut on Showtime on Friday, May 6.

Here’s the trailer:

And its synopsis, which definitely aims to capture the essence of Sheryl Crow’s versatile career — including all of the ups and downs that have gone along with it:

SHERYL is told through present-day interviews with Crow, behind-the-scenes verité on the road and in her studio, never before seen archival footage spanning 20 years of touring, and interviews with close allies Keith Richards, Laura Dern, Joe Walsh, Emmylou Harris, Brandi Carlile, and others. Crow’s early gift of music and dedication to songwriting set her on an unapologetic path to perfection – which ultimately became both a blessing and a curse to overcome.

SHERYL is produced by Brian Morrow and Jonathan Lynch for Shark Pig, Van Toffler for Gunpowder & Sky, and Scooter Weintraub. Executive producers are Floris Bauer, Barry Barclay, David Gale and Vinnie Malhotra.

In addition to the documentary, a companion soundtrack album titled  Sheryl: Music From The Feature Documentary will also be released on May 6, promising some of her biggest hits, classics and new recordings.

Stay tuned for more about the documentary and its release!



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