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Sheryl Crows About Memphis

04:01 PM Monday 7/19/10 | |

Sheryl Crow’s new album, “100 Miles From Memphis,” lands in stores tomorrow, but you can order the disc from the singer / songwriter tonight on QVC.

Crow appears on the shopping channel’s QVC presents QSessions Live tonight at 10 p.m. EDT giving fans a sneak of her latest disc, as well as a glimpse behind the scenes to see what went into the making of the album. Described as a journey leading her home to her southern roots, 100 Miles From Memphis features the Missouri-born singer / songwriter performing with artists ranging from Keith Richards to Justin Timberlake.

  • Sheryl Crow

    Charlottesville Pavilion, Charlottesville, Va.
    June 23, 2010

    (Chris Hudson)

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Along with Crow performing songs from the album, viewers will be able to purchase the CD as part of a QVC exclusive that also includes an accompanying six-track bonus disc.

Crow joins an ever-growing list of artists that have turned to QVC for selling music. Other performers that have reached out to music consumers via the shopping channel include Melissa Etheridge, Justin Bieber and Barbra Streisand.

“This album was an important project for me because it allowed me [to] delve back into the music and sounds that I grew up [with],” Crow said. “I am excited to have the opportunity to share my music, and the story behind this special record, with QVC viewers. It’s going to be an amazing show.”

But no matter how amazing a presentation Crow puts on QVC tonight, supplies are limited, meaning you have to strike while the iron is still hot. For more information, click here for the QVC website.


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