For their rendition of the Let It Bleed track, Crow handles lead vocals while Jagger goes into “Midnight Rambler” mode by rocking out on his harmonica; the Stones and Crow have previously played “Live With Me” onstage together dating back to 1994:
This isn’t Crow’s only Rolling Stones collaboration in recent years: In 2019, Keith Richards appeared alongside the singer on her all-star (and self-proclaimed final) album Threads, with the pair taking on Voodoo Lounge’s “The Worst.”
Following its debut earlier this year at SXSW, Sheryl arrives May 6 on Showtime. “My manager, who has been with me from the very beginning, he came to me and said, ‘This would be a great time for you to sit down and tell your story. You have more than 30 years of having navigated a career as a woman and you have a lot to say,’” Crow told the Austin Chronicle.
“I kind of gave into it, and I’ll be honest, documentaries have been the thing since I was a kid that have taught me about what it is I wanted to be and what was possible. It wound up really being kind of a gift and a great journey.”
The doc will be accompanied by a companion soundtrack boasting over 30 of Crow’s hits and favorites as well as three new songs, including the “Live With Me” cover.