Sheryl Crow Debuts First Single From Country Album on “Kimmel”

Sheryl Crow told Country Weekly last month that her upcoming country album "is probably more country than a lot of country that is getting played [on the radio].

"So I hope I get played," she added.

Well, late-night TV talk show host Jimmy Kimmel is onboard, hosting Sheryl Thursday (Jan. 24) for the debut of the beachy "Easy," her first single from the still-untitled country album. 

Matt Damon actually did the introduction after duct-taping Jimmy to a chair and taking over the show. And check it out: Sheryl's wearing a Western shirt, complete with rhinestones and a skull and crossbones.

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