Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, Maren Morris set out to “Prove You Wrong”

    Another all-star collaboration from Crow’s forthcoming album, ‘Threads.’

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    Sheryl Crow has linked up with Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks and country singer Maren Morris for her new collab, “Prove You Wrong.”

    The trio deliver powerhouse vocals and buttery harmonies on the sassy send-off. “I got my mind made up and my high heels on / It wouldn’t take much to prove you wrong, no,” they sing on the chorus over electric guitars and drum beats.

    “I sent [Nicks] this song and said, ‘Would you record with me?’ And she did and it was just a beautiful experience. Then I felt like, ‘You know what would be really cool is to be able to pay it forward to someone who I feel like is an extension of Stevie and I,’” Crow told iHeartRadio. “So, I asked [Morris] if she would be a part of this collaboration that Stevie and I did, and that’s how ‘Prove You Wrong’ came about.”

    “Prove You Wrong” is the third release from Crow’s forthcoming record, Threads. She previously unveiled a rework of “Redemption Day,” featuring vocals from the late Johnny Cash, as well as “Live Wire,” a collaboration with Mavis Staples and Bonnie Raitt.

    Listen to “Prove You Wrong” below: