Check Out Keith Richards & Sheryl Crow’s Killer Version of Happy

Keith Richards Sheryl Crow

Photo: By Steve Hopson (Keith Richards) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Sheryl Crow & Keith Richards perform the Stones “Happy.”

Sheryl Crow¬†burst on the scene in 1995 with her debut Grammy award winning album titled Tuesday Night Music Club.¬†Four years later, she was joined onstage by one of the most iconic figures in rock and roll history. Appearing together in Central Park, New York City during the summer of 1999, Keith Richards joined Sheryl Crow and her fabulous band onstage to perform the Rolling Stones song, “Happy.”

Keith took the stage by greeting the New York crowd with his famous saying,”Glad to be here….glad to be anywhere.” Keith took the vocals on the first verse while Sheryl sang lead on second verse. Throughout the song both singers demonstrated their talents not only as lead singers, but their experiences as backup singers as they both harmonized beautifully against each others vocals. A great moment in Classic Rock History and the first video to lead off our new category “JAMS.”



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