Sheryl Crow's adopted sons are becoming budding musicians after their mum let them sing on her last album.
The If It Makes You Happy singer is now a mum first and she admits Wyatt, 10, and Levi, seven, are by far the most important things in her life.
"Motherhood changes everything," she tells Closer magazine. "They’re the first thing I think of in the morning and the last thing I think of at night... They go everywhere I go."
Sheryl tells the publication she has taken the boys on tour and was thrilled when they asked to be a part of her last album, Be Myself, letting them sing on a track.
“I think they enjoyed it a little too much,” she jokes.
And she admits home life in Nashville, Tennessee is all about the music: "They (sons) love having dance parties before bed, and they always get to pick the music. I just hope they love music, and I can tell they do."
The breast cancer survivor adopted Wyatt in May, 2007, when he was two weeks old, and she added Levi to her brood in June, 2010, and the All I Wanna Do singer recently revealed her kids help her when it comes to dating - because they can spot the losers.
"Having two kids, it creates a strong weed-out process," Sheryl told U.S. news show Entertainment Tonight. "You know pretty quickly if this is somebody that you're going to want to be around your kids."