Sheryl Crow is climbing the country charts with her first 'official' country music release titled 'Easy.'  However, the music icon is no stranger to the genre.

In addition to appearing on the CMA, ACM, and CMT awards over the past year (pictured above in between Carrie Underwood and Kenny Rogers), Crow has always been an honorary member of the Nashville community. As we prepare to welcome Sheryl Crow to WGNA's 20th Anniversary of Countryfest (July 13, 2013), we take a look back at some of her country projects through the years.

Be There For You- Duet With Willie Nelson from his album The Great Divide

Long Gone Lonesome Blues- From Timeless (a tribute to Hank Williams, Sr.)

No Depression In Heaven- From The Unbroken Circle (a tribute to the Carter Family)

Redemption Day- Penned by Crow for Johnny Cash's album American III

Coal Miner's Daughter- Performed with Miranda Lambert and Loretta Lynn on a tribute album to Loretta Lynn

Picture- Duet with Kid Rock that peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard Country Music charts

The First Cut Is The Deepest- 2003 single peaked at No. 35 on the Billboard Country Music charts