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Hayley Williams, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, and Brittany Howard Share the Stage for a Good Cause

If you haven’t heard, Tennessee just passed Senate Bill 3 and House Bill 9. Collectively, they ban drag shows from happening in public or anywhere a minor could be present. This obviously feels like a giant step backwards from the progress the LGTBQ+ community has made in this country. As a response, Jason Isbell and Alison Russell have put together a benefit concert that will take place in Nashville on March 20th called Love Rising. Hayley Williams, Sheryl Crow, and Brittany Howard are all set to headline the show. Money from the concert will go on to support Tennessee Equality… Read more »


Sheryl Crow Lines Up Solo Tour, Shoots Leather-Packed Video

Sheryl Crow looks to make it an endless summer with a string of headlining dates that will carry her into October. The shows are her first solo outings to promote her latest platinum album, C’mon, C’mon. They will follow five weeks of dates on the Jeep World Outside Festival with Train, Ziggy Marley and O.A.R., which wrap on August 17. Crow will kick off her tour August 18 at Riley Summer Music in Manchester, Vermont. Support acts have not yet been announced, according to a Crow spokesperson. The singer recently filmed the action-packed video for the second single from the… Read more »


Ashanti #1 Again, Sheryl Crow Makes Big Debut On Albums Chart

Women rule the roost on next week’s Billboard 200 albums chart, as females lord over the top three spots. First up is Ashanti, whose self-titled debut remains the #1 album in the country for the third straight week. She moved over 190,000 albums last week, according to SoundScan figures released Wednesday (April 24). Behind her is Sheryl Crow, whose C’mon, C’mon debuts at #2 with almost 185,000 copies sold. And in third place is Celine Dion’s A New Day Has Come, which moved over 160,000 units. Fourth place goes to the ninth volume of the popular compilation CD Now That’s… Read more »


Sheryl Crow, Train Get In Gear For Jeep Tour

Sheryl Crow and Train are among the first acts confirmed for the inaugural Jeep World Outside Festival 2002. The five-week, 23-city trek gets in gear July 10 in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to the tour’s publicist. Following a path that hits the West Coast later that month, the trek returns to the East Coast to wrap up in Philadelphia on August 18. The trek marks Crow’s first set of dates to promote her fourth and latest album, C’mon, C’mon, which was released Tuesday. Train, meanwhile, continue to support last year’s Drops of Jupiter, which has sold more than 2.1 million… Read more »


Sheryl Crow Gets More Friends

The track listing for Sheryl Crow’s follow-up to 1998’s The Globe Sessions has been firmed up, and the album is now slated for March. Crow spent time in New York City last year working on the record, popping up for star-studded surprise gigs that included appearances by the likes of Keith Richards, Stevie Nicks, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kid Rock. And while Rock and Paltrow were initially rumored to be singing on the upcoming album, Nicks is the only one from those performances confirmed for the album. Nicks lends backing vocals to “You’re Not the One.” But Crow has enlisted a… Read more »


Kid Rock Talks Sheryl Crow Collaboration

For his new album, Cocky, Kid Rock collaborated with Sheryl Crow on a tune called “I Put Your Picture Away.” The “devil without a cause” revealed, “That’s just a classic. I like to say it makes ‘Islands In The Stream’ look like ‘Happy Birthday.’ It’s a good ballad, great vocal performances.” “I was even shocked at my vocal performance,” Rock admitted. “How much better of a singer I’ve become throughout the years. The songwriting on that song, if you listen to it, the words, it’s just incredible. It’s a classic tale. It’s a good old-fashioned cheating tale, really told in… Read more »


Sheryl Crow Talks About Kid Rock

Kid Rock is not dumb. That’s according to Sheryl Crow, who recently dated him. “He has an overview of what entertainment is that just blows my mind, a great scope of what people want and what’s considered kind of challenging to the audience,” Crow said in the September issue of Esquire magazine. “The other thing is, he’s wildly talented. As he gets out and plays with other people, people are shocked at how talented he is.” Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, is known for his sometimes racy lyrics. But the 30-year-old rocker also performed a duet with… Read more »


Sheryl, Avril, Fiona Lose Girl Power

Is GirlFrenzy more like a GirlFizzle? The one-off daylong music festival, set to take place in October and feature an all-estrogen lineup of singers, has been indefinitely postponed, without so much as an explanation to fans or performers. “Right Arm Entertainment and Live Nation have postponed the first annual GirlFrenzy,” read an announcement on the concert’s official site. The promoters said the show would be rescheduled sometime for 2008. Among the topliners slated to appear at the show, which was supposed to take place Oct. 27 in Irvine, California, were Sheryl Crow, Avril Lavigne, Fiona Apple, Miranda Lambert, MySpace stalwart… Read more »


Incubus Have Best Sales Week Ever With Crow

With his seventh album, When the Sun Goes Down, country singer Kenny Chesney will mosey on toward the late-afternoon, orange-hued horizon with a #1 under his belt. The LP sold more than 550,000 copies last week, according to SoundScan. The top-notch placement on the Billboard albums chart makes it two in a row for Chesney, whose last #1 album, No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems, a 3-million seller at #81 next week, counted more than 235,000 in first-week sales. A Crow Left of the Murder, Incubus’ fifth album, will take second place with more than 331,000 copies sold, the California… Read more »


Bennett Enlists Wonder, Crow

Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Sheryl Crow, k.d. lang and Diana Krall will make guest appearances on Tony Bennett’s next album, Playing With My Friends: Bennett Sings the Blues, which is due this fall. The album will be Bennett’s first since 1999’s Grammy-winning Duke Ellington tribute, Bennett Sings Ellington: Hot and Cool. The seemingly ageless Bennett will launch a twenty-two-date U.S. tour with lang on July 25th in Portland, Maine. While on tour, the crooner will also celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday (August 3rd). As for lang, her popular appearance on A&E Live by Request, a show developed by Bennett with his… Read more »

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