Watch Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks & Peter Frampton Play ‘Everyday Is A Winding Road’ At Rock Hall Ceremony

Crow also performed her hits “If It Makes You Happy” with Olivia Rodrigo and “Strong Enough” with Stevie Nicks.

By Scott Bernstein Nov 6, 2023 7:42 am PST

Sheryl Crow was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Friday during an induction ceremony held at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Crow performed three of her biggest hits on Friday including “Everyday Is A Winding Road” with fellow legendary rockers Stevie Nicks and Peter Frampton.

Friday’s ceremony began with Crow and Olivia Rodrigo joining forces on “If It Makes You Happy” from Sheryl’s self-titled 1996 studio album. Then, actress Laura Dern gave a speech inducting Sheryl Crow into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Crow went on to duet on her 1994 hit “Strong Enough” with Stevie Nicks before the aforementioned “Everyday Is A Winding Road” featuring Nicks and Frampton.

Laura Dern, Crow’s former roommate, stepped in for Brandi Carlile who couldn’t make it due to illness. “There’s a reason we feel the connections we do to Sheryl’s storytelling: She lets you in with an open vulnerability and a reverence and love that guides you to access yourself in ways you haven’t before,” Dern said as part of her speech. “She guides you home, and she also helps you reflect on those way-stations we call home in our lives. From teacher to backup singer, this hardest-working woman I know evolved into the profound artist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer we love.”

Sheryl Crow admitted in her own speech that being inducted was akin to “getting an Oscar for a screenplay you haven’t finished writing.” She went on to note getting inducted alongside “one of the people I admire most on this planet” in reference to Willie Nelson made the honor extra special. Later in the night, Sheryl Crow accompanied Willie Nelson on a performance of “Crazy” and took part in a star-studded “The Weight” tribute to the late Robbie Robertson.

Watch fan-shot video of the Crow-led performances from Friday’s ceremony below:

Michael Weinbaum (See 10 videos)
Sheryl Crow (See 35 videos) , Stevie Nicks (See 12 videos) and Peter Frampton (See 5 videos)

Michael Weinbaum (See 10 videos)
Sheryl Crow (See 35 videos) and Olivia Rodrigo (See 2 videos)

Shawn McCullough (See 2 videos)
Sheryl Crow (See 35 videos) and Stevie Nicks (See 12 videos)

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