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    Olivia Rodrigo Stevie Nicks Join Sheryl Crow at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Watch

    Olivia Rodrigo, Stevie Nicks, and Peter Frampton helped Sheryl Crow celebrate her inauguration into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by joining the legend.

    To kick off the show, Rodrigo joined Crow for a performance of “It Makes You Happy.” Nicks then joined Crow for “Strong Enough” and “Everyday Is a Winding Road,” the latter of which also featured Frampton on guitar.

    Actress Laura Dern introduced Crow prior to a video montage featuring testimonials from Rodrigo, Nicks, and Maren Morris. “She mapped out the chapters of our lives and has continued to be a multi-generational muse for everything we feel, always discovering a newness to reflect on in herself and in us,” Dern proclaimed. “With success came massive sales, numerous awards. But Sheryl, she makes art because she has to. For her, success has never been measured outside herself.”

    Dern also shared remarks from Brandi Carlile, who she quoted as saying: “Sheryl really is one of the greatest fucking rock stars of the last 100 years. Great rock stars create other rock stars and burn through boundaries and roadblocks. There is no path for someone like me without Sheryl Crow.”

    The 2023 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class also includes Rage Against the Machine, Willie Nelson, Missy Elliott, Kate Bush, George Michael, DJ Kool Herc, and The Spinners.

    Ahead of Friday’s ceremony, Crow announced the release of a new album called Evolution, which is set to arrive in March 2024.

    Rodrigo isn’t a Hall of Famer just yet, but she’s no stranger to super stardom thanks to her sophomore smash GUTS. Her “GUTS World Tour” kicks off next year, and tickets are on sale now.

    Sheryl Crow and Olivia Rodrigo (my two most recent profile subjects) performing together at the Rock Hall induction tonight 😭🔥

    — cganz (@mehpatrol) November 4, 2023

    BABY OPENING THE SHOW @oliviarodrigo AS U SHOULD 👑

    — erin ⸆⸉ sees liv TODAY (@livlaughswift) November 4, 2023

    strong enough – sheryl crow & stevie nicks (RRHOF 2023) 💗

    — tia 🌙 (@golddustnickss) November 4, 2023

    everyday is a winding road – sheryl crow & stevie nicks (ft. peter frampton) (RRHOF 2023) 💙 pt. 1

    — tia 🌙 (@golddustnickss) November 4, 2023

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