Sheryl Crow debuted her new song "Easy" last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which turned out to be more like Matt Damon Live after the actor tied up Kimmel and took over the show. Wearing a Western blouse worthy of the golden age of Nudie's Rodeo Tailors, Crow strummed an acoustic guitar on the rootsy song, backed by trebly electric guitar licks, pedal steel and rich backing vocals on the chorus. The song is the first single from an upcoming album that Crow is calling her "country debut."
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