Showtime- The documentary film guru is at it again with a never-seen-before piece, Sheryl. The streaming platform has also unveiled a trailer on its YouTube channel for more descriptions.
Sheryl follows the story of the life and career of the music icon Sheryl Crow, revealing all the ups and downs of the artist with thoughts and experiences she reveals before the cameras.
The trailer shows the If It Makes You Happy and All I Wanna Do star being majorly involved with the production of her albums, tours and songs. Besides struggling with ageism, sexism, and what comes with being famous, Sheryl also unveils the performer's battle with depression and cancer.
We will also see the wide range of fans going crazy over Sheryl Crow's accomplishments as the trailer brings footage from her life and behind-the-scenes at concerts and events through a twenty-year journey.
Sheryl also incorporates interviews with Crow's close friends like Joe Walsh, Brandi Carlile, Emmylou Harris, Laura Dern (Academy Award champion), and Keith Richards, a music star.
The film is directed by Amy Scott of The Keepers, Other Music, Punk Rock and Means Freedom. Jonathan Lynch, Scooter Weintraub, Van Toffler, and Brain Morrow are the producers, alongside Barry Barclay, Floris Bauer, Vinnie Malhotra, and David Gale as the chief producers.
With Sheryl's release, UMe/Big Machine Records will launch Crow's most recent album, Music From The Feature Documentary, both on 2 CDs and digital platforms on May 6th.
The album features three freshly recorded songs, deep tracks and some of her greatest hits, including Redemption Day, My Favorite Mistake, All I Wanna Do, and Soak Up The Sun.
Sheryl will land on our screens this Friday, May 6th, via Showtime. Stay tuned!