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Cocktails with Sheryl Crow
Posted on Aug 21, 2013
While Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline,” Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places” and Willie Nelson’s “Whiskey River” are classics, we’re in desperate need of a new drinking song. And no, Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” doesn’t count.
Fortunately, Sheryl Crow has stepped up with her latest album, Feels Like Home, and included the aptly titled track “We Oughta Be Drinkin’.” (Hear it here first by watching the video below.) It’s a catchy anthem that has a country-western twang but will be played in all kinds of joints. Even though it’s new, you might think you’ve already heard it dozens of times. She says it was, of course, inspired by drinking. And Crow does have some serious liquor street cred, having partied with Kid Rock (AKA Robert James Richie). “Hanging out with Bobby is so fun,” she told us. “You just want to drink when you’re with him!”
Crow admits that she doesn’t make cocktails much at home, but she does always have Don Julio Tequila and Tito’s Vodka in her personal liquor cabinet, and she enjoys Pomegranate Martinis and the frozen Watermelon Margaritas featured in her cookbook, If It Makes You Healthy.
And she loves a good watering hole, including the renowned craft-cocktail bar Patterson House in Nashville and historic live music venue The Continental Club in Austin. And when she’s in LA, she says, “I like the Tower Bar and the Chateau Marmont for meeting friends.”
Her album comes out on September 10, but we were able to get the exclusive right to share a video of Crow performing the song at Nashville’s famed Ocean Way Recording Studios for the next 48 hours. So fix yourself a drink and then watch the video below now. Cheers!
Add half the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Transfer to a pitcher. Blend the remaining ingredients until smooth, add to the pitcher and stir to combine. Refrigerate until needed and serve in Margarita glasses. (This recipe makes 4 servings.)
Saw her live at the Britt in Jacksonville, Oregon, real early on, sometime in the 90's, definitely before '98. she was awesome and I have almost all of her albums. Can't wait to get this one! Love you Girrrrrllll!
Angus Guildposted 4 years ago
Can't get enough of that song. You get better every day. How about a quick trip to Australia so We can see you do it live.
Congratulations again beautiful lady.
Janet Rissiposted 4 years ago
There is nothing this woman can't sing. I've heard it all. I will add this album to my collection of all of her albums. ( I have her Christmas album too! It's awesome and so creative.) She never stops creating great music. I've been a fan for many years. I found I love all her previous albums too. There's a good reason she has 9 Grammy's. She deserves more. She is so talented. ;) Love her style and her music.
CHARLES POOLEposted 4 years ago
WE ARE FROM THE SAME HOME TOWN.....WE WENT TO SCHOOL TOGETHER..I NEW YOU BUT I WAS JUST SMALL BEANS THEN LOL.....I HAVE ALWAYS WANT TO WRITE TO YOU AND TELL YOU HOW PROUD
IAM TO SAY YOUR MY HOME GIRL...I LIKE YOUR MUSIC ALSO.ALWAYS BEEN A DOWN SOUTH JUNKIN KIND OF GUY.....IF YOU WOULD EVER LOKE TO TALK IAM ON FACE BOOK JUST FOLLOW THE NAME....KENNETT HAS A LOT OF POOLES......HAVE A AWESOME DAY ,,,,,,YOUR HOMEY CHARLES.