'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020': Fans thank Sheryl Crow for not lip-syncing
Sheryl Crow is a 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve' fan and her performance was proof of it. She enjoyed every second of it as much as the audience loved cheering for her.
Sheryl sang the slow-burning track from her latest album 'Threads' — 'Tell Me When It’s Over' and other hits. Even though the show makers were trolled for putting together a line-up that's decades old, there were viewers who enjoyed it thoroughly.
"That performance including All I Wanna Do gave me goosebumps," one tweeted. Another posted: "Thanks for not lip-syncing, Sheryl Crow. Love her! #RockinEve." "Great song set, you're looking beautiful," a fan wrote.
2019 ended on a high for Sheryl with her recording a collaborative album 'Threads', which was also her 11th studio album with artistes Sting, Stevie Nicks, James Taylor. Talking more about it, she said that she has been listening to albums since she was 7 and thought it was finally time to thank those who inspired the singer in her. She then decided to ask renowned musicians and singers if they'd like to be a part of her new album and they obliged.
Sheryl usually spends New Year's day celebrating her father's birthday, but this year it was different all thanks to the show, which has become a tradition over the last five decades.
"But when they called about this, I thought, “You know what? This is too much fun. It’s such a great legacy and such a great tradition, but it’s also in one of my favorite places. To warm up for the Sugar Bowl, to be a part of the Dick Clark thing, to be in New Orleans — it was a zeitgeist of awesome occurrences happening. So we said yes," she told Nola.com.
'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020' is live on ABC.