Sheryl Crow's "Song by Song" to Air on October 14
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 12:27:26
DVR Alert! There are four half-hour doses of Sheryl Crow coming your way.
Song by Song, the popular and critically acclaimed original series from Ovation, America's only arts network, returns with the new season premiere of Song by Song: Sheryl Crow on Tuesday, October 14 at 10PM ET.
These Crow-driven eps of the documentary music series will focus on four of her most-enduring hit songs and the stories and inspiration behind them.
In each half-hour episode, viewers will hear from friends, colleagues and Sheryl Crow herself on the impact of the music on their lives and careers, as well as on the music business and popular culture. Among the featured interviewees, in addition to Crow, are Willie Nelson, Amy Grant, Rascal Flatts, Lissie, Jimmy Iovine (co-founder Interscope Records), David Wild (Rolling Stone), Andrew Hampp (Billboard), Scooter Weintraub (Manager) and Jeff Trott (songwriting partner).
Here is the lineup for Song by Song: Sheryl Crow:
"Strong Enough," premiering Tuesday, October 14 at 10PM ET: After the first singles on her debut record don't get any traction, Sheryl finds success with a powerful statement about finding a partner who can truly be her equal.
"If It Makes You Happy," premiering Tuesday, October 21 at 10PM ET: Following years of singing backup for other artists and contending with envious collaborators, Sheryl proves her autonomy with a hit that solidifies her position as a musical powerhouse who answers only to herself.
"My Favorite Mistake," premiering Tuesday, October 28 at 10PM ET: Sheryl taps into her personal life for inspiration, leading to an intimate song about a past relationship and creating speculation over her unnamed muse.
"Redemption Day," premiering Tuesday, November 4 at 10PM ET: Inspired by a trip to war-torn Bosnia, Sheryl writes this song, which is later recorded by Johnny Cash, and ultimately ignites her interest in recording country music.
Will you be watching all four of these episodes catering to Sheryl Crow's hits?