Sheryl Crow's strip song
Sheryl Crow has written a song to be used in a striptease scene in a theatre production - and claims to be so impressed by the results, she would even bare all to the sound of the track
Sheryl Crow's new music is so good she "could strip to it".
The 'Summer Day' singer recently wrote a tune for a striptease scene in a New York stage show and thinks it is so impressive, it could even persuade her to take her clothes off.
She said: "A friend of mine has asked me to write the music for the Broadway musical version of the film 'Diner'. There's a scene where these three women do a striptease and I came up with the music for it.
"It's so good I could strip to it. And I'm 48."
The Grammy award-winning star - who has adopted children Levi, six weeks, and three-year-old Wyatt - admitted her kids may join forces with the offspring of singer Jack White to form a group in the future.
She told Q magazine: "Jack White has a hang-out place in Nashville and he opened it up to everyone to come and see his band The Dead Weather play. I bumped into his wife Karen and we agreed that we would get the kids together some time.
"Could they form a band? I suppose they could. Jack White seems pretty open to ideas so maybe he might get involved too. That would be, like, what, his 10th band?"