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Olivia Rodrigo and Sheryl Crow will share the stage once again when they perform together at the 2023 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Nov. 3.
While the Rock Hall didn’t elaborate on who Rodrigo would be performing with — “one of her heroes,” they teased — chairman John Sykes let loose to the New York Times that, yes, Crow and Rodrigo would be reuniting on stage at the ceremony.
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🚨 HUGE NEWS 🚨 @oliviarodrigo will perform with one of her heroes at the #RockHall2023 Induction Ceremony! Don't miss her return to the @rockhall stage this Friday 11/3 at 8p ET pic.twitter.com/QMi6ne8D3I
— Rock Hall (@rockhall) November 1, 2023
As perhaps a preview of the Rock Hall team-up, the two artists recently performed together at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe, where they played Crow’s 1996 hit “If It Makes You Happy.” “Pinch me! sang one of my favorite songs of all time with the greatest of all time @sherylcrow !!!!” Rodrigo wrote on Instagram, captioning a photo taken of them at a salon. “What an honor!!!!”
The mutual admiration dates back to when Crow presented Rodrigo with the Billboard Women in Music award in 2022. “Her songs have a visceral power to them that touches your core. I say to you, Olivia: ‘You’re going to be around for a very long time,’” Crow told Rodrigo.
The “Vampire” singer said during her speech, “Sheryl, I’m such a massive fan of you and your songwriting and I’m so grateful that you’re here. It really means the world.”
Both Rodrigo and Crow were also on hand at the 2022 Rock Hall induction ceremony, albeit to celebrate different artists: Rodrigo performed inductee Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain,” while Crow honored Dolly Parton with both an induction speech and a rendition of “9 to 5.”
The 2023 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony — welcoming Crow, Kate Bush, Missy Elliott, George Michael, Willie Nelson, and Rage Against the Machine — will take place Friday, Nov. 3 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The ceremony, which will stream live on Disney+, will also feature performances by Elton John, H.E.R., Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Adam Levine, Stevie Nicks, Sia, Miguel, Common, St. Vincent, and many more.
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