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Sheryl Crow shows Kid Rock love and tells us what makes her think, 'Enough of this s***!'by Chris Serico

WATCH  | Nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow has performed with everyone from Michael Jackson to CĂ©line Dion, but another name came to mind when Circa asked her about her greatest musical collaboration.

"He's obviously a great American writer [and], through his art, a great activist. He's one of the most important musical figures that we've ever had."

Sheryl Crow, on Bob Dylan

"I've worked with a lot of music collaborators, but I will say that the Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan was probably somebody I could never imagine I would have the opportunity to work with," she said during Circa's recent visit to her home in Nashville, Tenn.

WATCH | She also admires Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, whom the mother of two hailed as a modern-day role model (whether or not the singers are backing up Ringo Starr in concert): "For my boys, I look at somebody like Eddie Vedder [as] somebody who's stuck his neck out to defend the defenseless."

WATCH | While Kid Rock has more of a bad-boy rep, Crow praised him* more than a dozen years after they charted with "Picture" in 2003: "Kid Rock is one of the best friends a person can have. He has also told me on numerous occasions, 'Whatever you need for your boys, I'm totally there [to help]."

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