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Sheryl Crow to Release 'Sweet Child O' Mine,' Her Special Version of the Rock Classic, in June.

Grammy Award Winner Crow will Feature Guns N' Roses Cover on Her

Multi-Platinum A&M Records Album, The Globe Sessions

NEW YORK, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- A&M Records artist Sheryl Crow has recorded an incendiary rendition of the GUNS N' ROSES anthem "Sweet Child 0' Mine" as the featured single for the upcoming "Big Daddy" soundtrack (Columbia/Sony Recording). Co-produced by Rick Rubin and Sheryl Crow, "Sweet Child O' Mine" will be stripped onto all future pressings of Crow's latest album, The Globe Sessions.

Released in 1998, The Globe Sessions has gone multi-platinum with the strength of Crow's smash hit, "My Favorite Mistake," and her most recent single "Anything But Down." The Globe Sessions earned Crow her 6th Grammy Award, winning "Best Rock Album" this year.

As the featured single for the Adam Sandler movie, the video for "Sweet Child O' Mine" was directed by Stephane Sednaoui and shot in a California junkyard with illuminating special effects. Sednaoui has also directed videos for U2, Garbage, R.E.M., Alanis Morrisette, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

"Sweet Child O' Mine" will hit radio this week, with the accompanying video on both MTV & VH1. The soundtrack will be released by Columbia/Sony Recording, on June 22. Sheryl Crow is currently touring in the U.K. with the Rolling Stones. Crow will return to the US at the beginning of July to co-headline this year's Lilith Fair that kicks off on July 8th at Thunderbird Stadium in Vancouver. She can also be seen on a special premiere edition of "Hard Rock Live" airing July 17th on VH1.
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