Since her 1993 debut, 'Tuesday Night Music Club,' Sheryl Crow has become one of pop music's most recognizable voices. Which makes sense: Anyone talented enough to start her career as a backup singer for Michael Jackson and subsequently work with Stevie Wonder and Don Henley probably owns a good set of pipes. Earlier this year, Crow returned with '100 Miles From Memphis,' her seventh studio album -- an homage to vintage soul, which infuses Crow's voice within her own nostalgic memories.

Recently, Crow stopped by Popeater HQ to record an AOL Sessions performance, and in this in-depth interview she talks about the origins of her most recent record, the lure of nostalgia and her thoughts about burping onstage.