“You Become a Legacy Artist Whether You Want It or Not”: Sheryl Crow’s Life Lessons
“At Bonnaroo a couple of years ago, I was shocked at all the young people who were singing my old hits,” says Sheryl Crow, who adds, “I guess they’ve grown up with their parents playing them.” “How do you feel about being called a ‘legend’?” Lisa Robinson asked Crow. “That’s a weird one” says Crow. “For a while I was considered a ‘legacy’ artist, which means that I’ve been around long enough that I’m coming back in. But if I was coming up now in the business and had to deal with branding myself and using social media to promote myself, I would not be in this business. Obviously, I’m from a different generation, but I always liked the mystique: I was the girl who wanted to meet the guys standing in front of the airplane who had their packages showing in their jeans— Led Zeppelin.” Read the full story HERE.
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