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See Sheryl Crow Perform at Rolling Stone Country Party Presented by Patrón

Steven Tyler and Maddie and Tae were among the guests to enjoy Crow’s throwback set in Nashville

Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow played hit after iconic hit at Rolling Stone and Patrón's Nashville party.

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"A change would do you good," Sheryl Crow sang at the start of a huge event in Nashville Monday night celebrating Rolling Stone Films and Rolling Stone Country, and presented by Patrón. Her 1997 hit was a fitting choice to kick off the party in the town she has called home for a decade now, making the huge change from busy Los Angeles to a quiet Nashville ranch and also making the gutsy (and widely praised) leap from rock to country with 2013's Feels Like Home album. Nashville has also become a second home to Rolling Stone, with last summer's launch of our country vertical, and the city serves as the backdrop for the sixth installment of Rolling Stone Films' "Mastering the Craft" series presented by Patrón, with the latest mini-documentary looking back on Crow's extraordinary rise from shy Missouri music student to Michael Jackson's backup singer to a rock & roll icon.

Rolling Stone contributing photographer Joseph Llanes captured our favorite moments from the Rolling Stone—Patrón bash, both on and off the stage. Flip through his photos of Crow's performance, along with shots of guests ranging from country newcomers Maddie and Tae to fellow music legend Steven Tyler, all enjoying the "All I Wanna Do" singer's nostalgic set.

Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow

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Rock Reunion

Steven Tyler, who released his first solo country single, "Love Is Your Name," earlier this summer, shares a hug with Sheryl Crow backstage. The Aerosmith legend was among the loudest in the party's crowd cheering for the night's headliner during her set.

Maddie and Tae

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Maddie and Tae, Lindi Ortega

Lindi Ortega is flanked by Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye of country duo Maddie and Tae. Both artists have new albums out this month.

Rolling Stone Country Party

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‘Nashville’ Cats

Cast members from ABC's Nashville were among the guests at the Rolling Stone Country anniversary party and celebration of Rolling Stone Films, sponsored by Patrón. Nashville's Nick Jandl (far left), Sam Palladio (second from right) and Chris Carmack (far right) pose with hit songwriters Jessi Alexander and Jon Randall Stewart (center), along with Jessi Vaughn.

Sheryl Crow

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“Picture” Perfect

Crow transitioned "Picture," her 2002 duet with Kid Rock, into her 1996 Grammy winner, "If It Makes You Happy." She played electric guitar throughout her set but also picked up the harmonica for a few bars.

Rolling Stone Country Party

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Party Deck

Guests enjoyed signature Patrón cocktails on a deck overlooking Nashville's Lower Broadway district of honky-tonks and bars.

Rolling Stone Country Party

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Tequila Sunset

The view from the rooftop deck of Nashville's Acme Feed and Seed afforded views of the city's skyline, the Cumberland River and a stunning sunset.

Sheryl Crow

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“Soak” It Up

As the featured performer at Rolling Stone Country's anniversary party and the celebration of Rolling Stone Films, sponsored by Patrón, Crow roared through a greatest-hits set, including "If It Makes You Happy" and "Soak Up the Sun."

Sheryl Crow

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Mixology

Lee Applbaum, CMO of Patrón, and Adrian Parker, Patrón's Vice President of Digital Marketing, enjoy the country music playlist before Sheryl Crow's set at the Rolling Stone Country and Rolling Stone Films party, presented by Patrón.

Gus Wenner Rolling Stone Country

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Big Introduction

Gus Wenner, Rolling Stone and Wenner Media's Head of Digital, introduces Sheryl Crow at the Nashville party celebrating Rolling Stone Country and Rolling Stone Films, sponsored by Patrón. 

Rolling Stone Country Party

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Hey Bartender

With five striking wooden bars and a Patrón tequila taps system, party guests at the celebration for Rolling Stone Films and Rolling Stone Country were never in danger of going dry.

Rolling Stone Country

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The Venue

The Rolling Stone Country and Rolling Stone Films party presented by Patrón was held at Acme Feed and Seed, located in the heart of downtown Nashville.

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