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[ LIVE PIX+REVIEW+SETLIST] Kettering, OH - 10 July

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Fraze Pavilion
Kettering, OH, USA
Wednesday, 10 July 2019

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SETLIST

Maybe Angels

Leaving Las Vegas

Strong Enough

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Can't Cry Anymore

It Don't Hurt

The First Cut Is the Deepest

Prove You Wrong

Live Wire

There Goes the Neighborhood

Home

Still the Good Old Days

Best of Times

Steve McQueen

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Redemption Day

Soak Up the Sun

I Shall Believe

 

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-THURSDAY 10 JULY 2019


[ LIVE PIX+REVIEW+SETLIST] St. Louis, MO - 9 July

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19 PHOTOS

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
St. Louis, Missouri [ USA ]
Tuesday, 9 July 2019

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SETLIST


Maybe Angels

Leaving Las Vegas

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Strong Enough

Collide

Prove You Wrong

Still the Good Old Days

If It Makes You Happy

Soak Up the Sun

Everyday Is a Winding Road

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REVIEW #1

By Kevin C. Johnson

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Kennett, Mo., native Sheryl Crow, who hasn't played St. Louis in what feels like forever, is in the early stages of a big year for her, from this tour to her upcoming new collaborations album. Crow and her band opened mildly with “Maybe Angels,” then sucked fans in with “Leaving Las Vegas,” which included a reference to her days living in the Central West End, along with a nod to Mississippi Nights.

Telling the crowd she wanted to go back 25 years when they were all young, she delivered on “All I Wanna Do,” her signature song from her 1993 “Tuesday Night Music Club” album, followed by “My Favorite Mistake” and later on staples including “Strong Enough,” “Soak Up the Sun” and “Everyday is a Winding Road,” all performed vibrantly.

From the new “Threads,” she gave fans two of the lead songs from the album, “Prove You Wrong” recorded with Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris, and “Still the Good Old Days” recorded with Joe Walsh.

Crow told the crowd it was awesome to be on the road with the most “bad-ass” rockers who just happen to be women and added that the tour defies those who say you can’t have more than one woman on the bill because men won’t come out to the show.

 

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-FRIDAY 5 JULY 2019


[MAGAZINE] Red Magazine (UK) - August 2019 issue

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-TUESDAY 2 JULY 2019


[VIDEO] Sheryl Crow: 'I'm never going to quit making music'

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-MONDAY 1 JULY 2019


[LIVE PIX+REVIEW+SETLIST] Tinderbox 2019

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Tinderbox 2019
Tusindaarsskoven - Odense, Denmark
Saturday, 29 June 2019

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Maybe Angels

If It Makes You Happy

A Change Would Do You Good

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Can't Cry Anymore

Prove You Wrong

The First Cut Is the Deepest

There Goes the Neighborhood

Still the Good Old Days

Best of Times

Soak Up the Sun

Everyday Is a Winding Road

 

 

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-FRIDAY 28 JUNE 2019


[LIVE PIX+REVIEW+SETLIST] Glastonbury 2019

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GLASTONBURY 2019
Pyramid Stage at Worthy Farm
Somerset, England, United Kingdom
Friday, 28 June 2019

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REVIEW #1

Sheryl Crow smashes it at Glastonbury and drops new album song hints

SomersetLive.co.uk
Stephen Hurrell

Glastonbury is in full swing and it is safe to say Sheryl Crow hit the Pyramid Stage with a bang.

The evergreen country singer reminded us single All I Wanna Do is 25 years old today and if the reaction of the crowd is anything to go by, it is as big a hit as ever.

Crow rifled through her long history of hits with the likes of If It Makes You Happy, Soak Up The Sun and My Favourite Mistake got the crowd singing along.

Supported by her sons - who are attending their first Glastonbury, Crow also revealed songs from her new album.

The new album is called Threads and will be released on 30 August. The eleventh studio album by the popular songstress features a host of potential hits including a collaboration with Stevie Nicks called Prove You Wrong.

Crow performed the song at Glastonbury, teasing fans by saying: "Wait until you hear Stevie Nicks sing it."

Other highlights include Redemption Day, which features Johnny Cash, and a song written by George Harrison and featuring Eric Clapton, Sting and Brandi Carlile called Beware of Darkness.

While UK fans will not be able to see Crow perform this summer the album will be available in a couple months. Fans can listen to it on streaming services including Amazon Prime Music , which confirms the expected August date.

REVIEW #2

Sheryl Crow dedicates ‘Soak Up The Sun’ to Greta Thunberg at Glastonbury

NME
By Kevin EG Perry

The Missouri-born singer-songwriter paid tribute to the 16 year-old environmental activist

A day after hundreds of Glastonbury 2019 festival-goers joined the Extinction Parade protest, Sheryl Crow kept up this year’s theme of environmental activism by dedicating ‘Soak Up The Sun’ to 16 year-old activist Greta Thunberg. During her set she also called on fans to help protect the planet.

Earlier, Crow had kicked off her hit-packed set with 1996’s ‘If It Makes You Happy’, provoking an instant singalong from the sizeable Pyramid Stage crowd and a true ‘Glastonbury moment’. She then played ‘A Change Would Do You Good’, also taken from her eponymous second album. During ‘All I Wanna Do’, from her 1993 debut ‘Tuesday Night Music Club’, Crow came down off the stage and interacted with the front row as the crowd roared along.

Crow has previously said that her new album ‘Threads’, which will be released at the end of August, will likely be her last LP. She previewed a couple of tracks from the record, including ‘Prove You Wrong’ which on record will feature Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris. “If you like it now,” grinned Crow when she finished playing, “Wait until you hear it with Stevie Nicks on it.” She also played ‘Still The Good Old Days’, which was written with Joe Walsh of The Eagles.

With the weather unusually glorious by Glastonbury standards, ‘Soak Up The Sun’ proved to be an apt inclusion in her set. Crow closed the show with a storming ‘Everyday Is A Winding Road’, provoking one last singalong. All we wanted to do was have some fun (and save the planet). Sheryl Crow provided at least one of those, even if the second goal might lie at the end of a winding road.

REVIEW #3

Sheryl Crow, Glastonbury review: A show for when all you wanna do is have some fun

The Telegraph
Eleanor Halls

Sheryl Crow captured the festival ethos in just five words, as the 57-year-old, nine-time Grammy winner opened her first Glastonbury set in 22 years with her eponymous 1996 single If It Makes You Happy. Flags representing all corners of the world rippled in Pilton’s dusty breeze, held up by smiling millennials swaying shoulder to shoulder with retired hippies who, instead of flags, waved their sunhats. The heat, over 28 degrees, combined with Crow’s wholesome, country croon, united the crowd in a blissful, sun-drunk haze.

Partly influencing the crowd’s docility, too, was an overwhelming sense of reverence. Crow, who earned her stripes as a backing vocalist for Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson in the eighties before going on to sell 50 million albums, proved her voice had withstood the test of time, as her greatest hits – from All I Wanna Do to Everyday is a Winding Road – carried across the Pyramid stage with effortless aplomb. One millennial festival goer, hearing Crow for the first time, swiftly turned to her friends to crown the singer her “new girl crush. Fact”.

Having sold over 50 million albums, soundtracked James Bond and recently survived breast cancer, the Californian pop-rocker wears her experience on her sleeve. Casually dressed in a black t-shirt and glittery trousers, her face and physique not a day over 40, she swapped between her harmonica, electric and acoustic guitars with a lazy insouciance that kept the crowd at her tempo. Hands would go up at her command. The energy ebbed and flowed as she saw fit, and during a visit to her front row for a selfie, her acoustic still slung over her shoulder, fans kept a bashful distance.

Perhaps, however, Crow’s nonchalance was a little too infectious. By the time the environmental and gun law campaigner, who has publicly called for Trump’s impeachment, had made her first political address, “We need some change in America, that’s for sure,” she quipped, the crowd was too sleepy to care. A dedication to 15-year-old climate change activist Greta Thurnberg, ahead of Soak Up the Sun, was similarly ignored by fans who were far more interested in cooing over Crow’s two adopted children, both playing the maracas and ferrying around her instruments.

It says a lot about UK's current stage of apathy, that the biggest cheer of her set went neither to politics nor social justice. Intro’ing Still the Good Old Days featuring Joe Walsh, Crow grinned: “This song is about having fun no matter how old you are." Stage left, a blue sunhat was thrown defiantly into the air.


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‘If It Makes You Happy’
‘A Change Would Do You Good’
‘All I Wanna Do’
‘My Favorite Mistake’
‘Can’t Cry Anymore’
‘Prove You Wrong’
‘Best Of Times’
‘Still The Good Old Days’
‘Soak Up The Sun’
‘Steve McQueen’
‘Everyday Is A Winding Road’

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-THURSDAY 27 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+REVIEW+SETLIST] Glasgow, Scoland - 26 June

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Royal Concert Hall Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 26 June 2019

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REVIEW


By Stacey Mullen
The Herald (Scotland)

Verdict: Four stars

US country rock star Sheryl Crow made quite the political statement during her intimate Glasgow show.

But her vocals more than matched her sass for having a dig at American president Donald Trump.

The singer casually opened the Royal Concert show by switching up the lyrics to Leaving Las Vegas.

She cheekily sang, “I’m taking a little break from Donald Trump,” and the crowd erupted with cheers.

Politics aside, Sheryl stormed through a two-hour set which showcased her velvet smooth vocals.

“How you doing tonight Glasgow?” the star smiled.

She then flattered, “I’m happy to see you. We love Glasgow.”

The radio-friendly hits If it Makes You Happy and Everyday is a Winding Road then followed.

And although at times, it seemed the guitar was bigger than the petite singer - she was more than masterful at controlling the instrument, putting on a display which easily rivalled her talented back-up band.

All I Wanna Do - the song which kick start her global career, even although Sheryl thought it was a throw away track - was well received .

A woman in the crowd screamed, “Oan yerself hen,” to which the star replied, “Wow, never heard of that one.”

Sheryl, 57, told the crowd she was looking forward to hanging around with the youngsters at Glastonbury where she is due to play on Friday.

She beamed that she loved being able to do a two hour set in Glasgow, with recent shows as support for music legends the Eagles and Phil Collins limiting her song choices.

But when you have artists of that calibre choosing you to set the tone for their shows, they must think anything you sing is pretty special.

Something the audience was clued up on especially when she sang the Cat Stevens cover The First Cut is the Deepest. It was a moment - and despite Rod Stewart also having a go at the epic track - Sheryl’s version is untouchable.

A country-tinged version of Stevie Wonders’ Living for the City was a highlight while Prove You Wrong, her duet with Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris, showed fans the promise of things to come in upcoming album Threads, which will disappointedly be her last.

The Joe Walsh collaboration The Good Old Days ramped things up and also has the hallmarks of a big hit should she release it.

Sheryl is a real talent. She is at ease on stage and oozes charisma.

But beyond that her voice sounds straight from the record, it never falters allowing the audience to fall in love with all her songs all over again.

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REVIEW


Maybe Angels

If It Makes You Happy

Leaving Las Vegas

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

Can't Cry Anymore

The First Cut Is the Deepest

It Don't Hurt

Prove You Wrong

Live wire

The Difficult Kind

There Goes the Neighborhood

Still the Good Old Days

Best of Times

Steve McQueen

Encore:
Soak Up the Sun

Real Gone

 

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-TUESDAY 25 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+REVIEW] Live in Salford (Manchester)

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The Lowry's Lyric Theatre

Salford, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Tuesday, 25 June 2019

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REVIEW

From The Guardian
By Dave Simpson

Sheryl Crow review – sublime anthems from defiant country-rocker

The Lowry, Salford
Though she may not be as zeitgeisty as she once was, the nine-time Grammy-winner just keeps getting better as a live performer

All I wanna do is have some fun,” sang Sheryl Crow on her breakthrough hit in 1994. Since then, she has sold more than 50m albums and picked up nine Grammys. She has become an environmental and gun law campaigner, is a single adoptive mother (to two small boys, here as her miniature roadies), a breast cancer survivor and is currently home to a brain tumour (thankfully benign).

Such traumas seem to have taken her full circle. Although she comments that America is “effed … I can’t say the word in front of children”, the smiling Californian plays a two-hour show like she is determined to enjoy every second. Unusually, the set is front-loaded with hit singles, but she seems to relish All I Wanna Do, If It Makes You Happy, Everyday Is a Winding Road and the rest as much as the whooping audience.

At 57, Crow – all tasselled trousers, gym-toned physique, gunslinger guitar stance and honeyed rasp – isn’t as zeitgeisty as she was, but she just gets better as a live performer. The mammoth setlist careers from grinding country-rock (My Favourite Mistake) to sublime vulnerability (I Shall Believe). She reels off local heroes (“New Order… not to be confused with New Edition”) and attempts to heal the Oasis rift (“life’s too short”). She is still coming up with anthems: Still the Good Old Days, co-written with Joe Walsh, is the quinquagenarian All I Wanna Do, a defiant eulogy to “having fun, at my age”. The singer reckons that forthcoming album Threads will probably be her last, because most people now stream individual songs – but you wouldn’t bet on it.

• At Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Wednesday, then touring.

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SETLIST


Maybe Angels

Leaving Las Vegas

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Can't Cry Anymore

The Difficult Kind

The First Cut Is the Deepest

It Don't Hurt

Prove You Wrong

Live Wire

There Goes the Neighborhood

Strong Enough

Still the Good Old Days

Best of Times

Steve McQueen

Encore:
Soak Up the Sun

I Shall Believe

What the World Needs Now Is Love

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-TUESDAY 25 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Sheryl Crow: Universal Studios fire destroyed all my master tapes

By Mark Savage
BBC music reporter

Sheryl Crow says the original tapes of albums including Tuesday Night Music Club and The Globe Sessions went up in flames in a fire at Universal Studios.

The singer told the BBC "all her masters" were destroyed when an archive in Los Angeles burnt down in 2008.

She only discovered the loss this month, after her name was mentioned in a New York Times report that uncovered the extent of the damage.

"It absolutely grieves me," said Crow. "It feels a little apocalyptic.

"I can't understand, first and foremost, how you could store anything in a vault that didn't have sprinklers.

"And secondly, I can't understand how you could make safeties [back-up copies] and have them in the same vault. I mean, what's the point?

"And thirdly, I can't understand how it's been 11 years," she added. "I mean, I don't understand the cover-up."

Crow, who had seven US top 10 albums between 1995 and 2008, is the first artist to confirm the loss of their recordings since the New York Times' investigation was published two weeks ago.



It detailed how the fire, which was started by overnight maintenance work, had destroyed thousands of master tapes - the original recordings from which albums and singles are made - by some of the most famous names in music history, from Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and Chuck Berry to Janet Jackson, Nirvana and Eminem.

Although the fire was widely reported at the time, Universal Music downplayed the damage to its archives, saying many of the affected tapes had duplicates in separate storage facilities.

The company also disputed the New York Times' investigation, citing unspecified "factual inaccuracies" in the reporting.

Their head archivist, Patrick Kraus, later said the extent of the losses had been "overstated".

"Many of the masters that were highlighted [in the report] as destroyed, we actually have in our archives," he told Billboard magazine.

But Crow, whose biggest hits include All I Wanna Do and If It Makes You Happy, confirmed her tapes had perished, taking with them dozens of alternate takes, demos and unreleased songs.

"There are many songs on my masters that haven't come out," she said. "My peace of mind in knowing I could come back someday and listen to them and mine those [sessions] for basement tapes and outtakes, are gone.

"But what grieves me more than any of that is the fact that Buddy Holly and Billie Holiday and Duke Ellington - all this important music has been erased.

"And it's not just the music, it's the dialogue between the music, it's the takes that didn't make it, it's the versions we'll never hear."It feels a little apocalyptic. Not to go down a weird path - but it feels like we're slowly erasing things that matter."



Legal action

A group of high-profile pop musicians are currently suing Universal Music for $100m (£78m) over the loss of their master recordings.

The case was filed last week in Los Angeles by the rock bands Soundgarden and Hole, singer-songwriter Steve Earle, the estate of Tupac Shakur and a former wife of Tom Petty - who accuse Universal of breaching its contracts with artists by failing to properly protect their tapes.

They are seeking class action status, which means other affected artists will be able to join the case at a later date.



Crow, who is not currently taking legal action, was speaking to BBC News ahead of her appearance at the Glastonbury Festival this weekend.

It's her first return to Worthy Farm since 1997 - the infamous "year of the mud", when torrential rain caused the Other Stage to start to sink into the ground.

The star recalled arriving on site at 6:30 in the morning after driving through the night, "and just stepping into knee-deep mud".

She laughed: "It was like, 'Welcome to Glastonbury!'

"It was a great show, though. That's the thing I remember about it the most. People were covered in mud. Lots of rain slickers and just a great line-up. I remember waiting for Van Morrison to come out, and I remember seeing Beck. Just a great day."

This time around, the singer will arrive prepared.

"As soon as I'm done here, I'm getting ready to go and find some wellies," she said. "I'm really looking forward to it."

SOURCE: BBC News



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-TUESDAY 25 JUNE 2019

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-MONDAY 24 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX ] Wembley, UK - 23 June

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Wembley Stadium

(opening for the Eagles)
Wembley, London, United Kingdom
Sunday, 23 June 2019

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A Change Would Do You Good

If It Makes You Happy

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

The First Cut Is the Deepest

Still the Good Old Days

Soak Up the Sun

Everyday Is a Winding Road

 

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-MONDAY 24 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX ] Köln, Germany

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11 PHOTOS

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RheinEnergiestadion Köln

Köln, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Friday, 21 June 2019

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-FRIDAY 21 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+SETLIST] Nijmegen, Netherlands

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12 PHOTOS

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Goffertpark

Nijmegen, Netherlands
Thursday, 20 June 2019

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A Change Would Do You Good

Can't Cry Anymore

The First Cut Is the Deepest
(Cat Stevens cover)

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Still the Good Old Days

Soak Up the Sun

Steve McQueen

 

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-WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX] Zurich, Switzerland

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17 PHOTOS

Letzigrund Stadium
Zurich, Switzerland
Tuesday, 18 June 2019

 

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-TUESDAY 18 JUNE 2019

[2019 TOUR] More Dates Added

- Los Angeles - On sale Friday 6/21 (bit.ly/2RiZVaQ)
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-MONDAY 17 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+SETLIST] Tilburg, The Netherlands

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16 PHOTOS

Poppodium 013
Tilburg, the Netherlands
Sunday 16 June 2019

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Maybe Angels

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I wanna do

My Favorite Mistake

Can't Cry Anymore

The Difficult Kind

The First Cut Is the Deepest

Prove You Wrong

Live Wire

There Goes the Neighborhood

Leaving Las Vegas

Strong Enough

Still The Good Old Days

Best of Times

Steve McQueen

ENCORE
Soak Up the Sun

I Shall Believe

What the World Needs Now Is Love

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-SATURDAY 15 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX] Hanover, Germany - 14 June

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HDI Arena - Hanover, Germany
Friday, 14 June 2019

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REVIEW

Stefan Gohlisch
Neue Press

Sheryl Crow startet als Phil-Collins-Support in Hannover

Hannovers erstes Stadionkonzert des Sommers 2019 hat begonnen: US-Star Sheryl Crow spielt im Vorprogramm von Phil Collins die 40.000 Besucher warm.

Hannover

Es ist kurz nach 19 Uhr, Ränge und der zur Hälfte bestuhlte Innenraum der HDI-Arena füllen sich noch mählich, als es schon losgeht mit dem Vorprogramm von Phil Collins. Sheryl Crow und Band betreten die Bühne, und die Sonne geht auf. Die 57-Jährige trägt glitzernd blaue Hose, strahlendes Lächeln und beste Laune.

„Wie geht es, Hannover?“, sagt sie und: „Es freut uns, hier zu sein. Damit sei ihr Deutsch aber auch schon erschöpft. Ihre Energie ist es nicht. „A Change would do you good“ singt sie, doch ihr steht vor allem die Beständigkeit: der bewährte Songwriter-Rock mit Country-Einflüssen, das Cat-Stevens-Cover „The first Cut is the deepest“, der Überhit „All I wanna do“…

Dazu Westerngitarren, die ihren Sound aufeinander türmen und ein fast polyrhythmisches Schlagzeug. Es ist ein erlesenes Minikonzert, fast eine Stunde lang.

Dass sie und ihre Band Riesenfans von Phil Collins seien, sagt sie zwischendurch und dass die Zuschauer ein großartiges Konzert erwarte. Sie hat im Vorprogramm jedenfalls aufs Beste dazu beigetragen.

Stefan Gohlisch
Neue Press

 

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SETLIST

Can't Cry Anymore

A Change Would Do You Good

The First Cut Is the Deepest

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Still The Good Old Days

Best of Times

Soak Up the Sun


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-SATURDAY 15 JUNE 2019

[VIDEO] Live @ the Graham Norton Show ("Still The Good Old Days" + Interview)

7m 52s - 720p @ 50
Aired on Friday, 14 June 2019.

 

 

-THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019

[PIX] The Graham Norton Show - Preview Photos

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- episode 11, series 25 - 14 June 2019 -

BBC Studioworks 6 Television Centre, Wood Lane, London

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-THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019


1 - Prove You Wrong (feat. Stevie Nicks & Maren Morris)
2 - Live Wire (feat. Bonnie Raitt & Mavis Staples)
3 - Tell Me When It’s Over (feat. Chris Stapleton)
4 - Story Of Everything (feat. Chuck D, Andra Day & Gary Clark Jr.)
5 - Beware Of Darkness (feat. Eric Clapton, Sting & Brandi Carlile)
6 - Redemption Day (feat. Johnny Cash)
7 - Cross Creek Road (feat. Lukas Nelson)
8 - Everything Is Broken (feat. Jason Isbell)
9 - The Worst (feat. Keith Richards)
10 - Lonely Alone (feat. Willie Nelson)
11 - Border Lord (feat. Kris Kristofferson)
12 - Still The Good Old Days (feat. Joe Walsh)
13 - Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You (feat. St. Vincent)
14 - Don't (feat. Lucius)
15 - Nobody’s Perfect (feat. Emmylou Harris)
16 - Flying Blind (feat. James Taylor)
17 - For The Sake Of Love (feat. Vince Gill)



-THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019

[VIDEO] Check out the new video for "Still The Good Old Days" feat. Joe Walsh!

 

 

-THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX + SETLIST] Stockholm, Sweden - 12 June

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13 PHOTOS + 3 VIDEOS

Friends Arena
Solna, Stockholm, Sweden
Wednesday, 12 June 2019

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Can't Cry Anymore

A Change Would Do You Good

The First Cut Is the Deepest

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Still The Good Old Days

Best of Times

Soak Up the Sun

 

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-THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Sheryl unveils the star-stutted tracklist for her eleventh studio album

Sheryl unveils the star-stutted tracklist for her eleventh studio album. Expected to hit shelves Aug. 30, the new record will be titled "Threads".

 

 

-MONDAY 10 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+REVIEW] LaureLive 2019

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45 PHOTOS & VIDEOS

LaureLive Festival 2019, Day #2
Laurel School's Butler Campus
Novelty, Ohio (USA)
Sunday, 9 June 2019

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SETLIST

If It Makes You Happy
Everyday is a Winding Road
All I Wanna Do
My Favorite mistake
Can't Cry Anymore
Prove You Wrong
Live Wire
There Goes the Neightborhood
Strong Enough
Good Old Days
Soak Up The Sun
Steve McQueen

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REVIEW

By Anne Nickoloff and David Petkiewicz
cleveland.com
10 June 2019

RUSSELL TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- LaureLive showed its star power on Sunday, June 9 with a lineup that merged the biggest musicians of today with those of past decades.

The Northeast Ohio music festival featured performances by Sheryl Crow, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Lake Street Dive, AJR and more. Sunday was the second (and final) day of LaureLive, following Saturday’s performances by Hozier, Dirty Heads and more.

Sunday’s lineup included Crow, the biggest name LaureLive has brought onstage in its four-year run at Laurel School’s Butler campus. And the rock star, who has won nine Grammy awards in her lifetime, did not disappoint.

Immediately, Crow launched into fan-favorite “If It Makes You Happy,” and went on to perform hits like “Everyday Is A Winding Road,” “All I Wanna Do” and “My Favorite Mistake.”

Midway through her set, a light sprinkling of rain scattered over the LaureLive grounds. Around this time, much of the audience dispersed, streaming out of the festival, making the crowd a little thin for the remainder of Crow’s show.

Crow took a few opportunities to shout out one of her favorite bands, and fellow LaureLive act, Lake Street Dive. During her show, Crow sported a Lake Street Dive t-shirt and talked about her love for the band, especially its bassist, Bridget Kearney.

Crow had caught Lake Street Dive’s performance earlier, and said that her children got to meet the members of AJR, another LaureLive act, backstage.

“This is so cool,” she said to her audience. “You guys are so lucky."

SOURCE: Cleveland.com

 

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-MONDAY 10 JUNE 2019

[PIX] Meet and Greet in Nashville (8 June)

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67 PHOTOS

Meet and Greet
Big Machine Store & Distillery
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
Saturday, 8 June 2019

 

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-SUNDAY 9 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Redemption Night - A quick story from the Ryman

By Todd (exploring.america)

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I thought I'd share this quick story with you all.

There were lots of guests on the show yesterday! Some legendary people and some that will be. I was standing behind the piano on the stage for almost the whole night.

It was a surreal moment. Steve Miller was sitting on a stool to my left. Sheryl Crow finishes a song with the band then sits down at the piano and begins to tell the story of her song Redemption Day.

Johnny Cash loved the song and recorded it right after June passed away in 2003 only 4 months before his passing. This year, Sheryl released it as a duet with Johnny's vocal.



As she began to play, not more than 2 feet in front of me, the room that was once deafening loud from singing "Wagon Wheel" with the Old Crow Medicine Show became completely quiet. Just Sheryl and Jen Gunderman adding chords and colors on her keyboard.

It was amazing to hear it that close on the stage at the Ryman. After she got up, the band played another song with her and she left the stage.

I remembered what Marty had said when he was a kid and began collecting country music history. He'd pick up and old setlist, a discarded necktie, simple things that seemed unimportant at the time or to the musician.

When the show was over, left on the piano as the stage hands struck the stage was her lyric sheet to Redemption Day. Those two pieces of paper now rest in the guitar case of my black Cash D45. It just makes sense.



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Terry Wyatt/Getty
Photo 2 & 3: Todd

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-FRIDAY 7 JUNE 2019

[PIX&VID] Sheryl visit the Sirius XM Studios in Nashville

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Sheryl and Trisha Yearwood speaks to SiriusXM Host Storme Warren at SiriusXM Nashville Studios at Bridgestone Arena on June 6, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. Photos by Erika Goldring/Getty for SiriusXM)

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Video 2 - 4m 06s

 

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-THURSDAY 6 JUNE 2019

[VIDEO] Watch Sheryl, Bonnie & Mavis Perform "Live Wire" on “Ellen”

HD1080 - 4m 37s

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Backstage @ Ellen

 

-THURSDAY 6 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+VIDS] Marty Stuart's 18th Annual Late Night Jam

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21 PHOTOS + 3 VIDEOS

Marty Stuart's 18th Annual Late Night Jam
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
Wednesday, 5 June 2019

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SC SETLIST

  • If It Makes You Happy
  • Redemption Day (piano, w/o Johnny Cash's vocals)
  • Best Of Times

Review and full set-list HERE

 

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-THURSDAY 6 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX+VIDS] 2019 CMT MUSIC AWARDS

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30 PHOTOS + 1 VIDEO INTERVIEW

2019 CMT Music Awards
Red Carpet / Backstage / Show
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
Wednesday, 5 June 2019

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VIDEO
"Prove You Wrong" (TV Edit)
with Maren Morris


Maren Morris and Sheryl Crow Ignite the 2019 CMT Music Awards

Collaborate Live For the First Time

by Edward Morris
CMT

Maren Morris was all glamor and Sheryl Crow all business in this pairing on Wednesday’s (June 5) 2019 CMT Music Awards.

Dressed in a short white, off-the-shoulder gown, Morris was romance, while Crow, more casually clad in a work shirt and tight-legged jeans, was all about getting even.

Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman and Karen Fairchild gave Morris a glowing introduction, after which she sat spotlighted on steps to begin her song about finding her ideal: “Baby, baby, you’re my color/Custom made/Think I finally discovered/You’re my perfect shade.”

After she finished her tribute, Crow came in from the wings to present an entirely different perspective. Aiming her ire at the guy who’s spurned her and predicted her a bleak romantic future, she declares, “It wouldn’t take much to prove you wrong/I got my mind made up and my high heels on.”

Morris, who, along with Stevie Nicks, recorded this song with Crow, alternated verses and provided crystalline harmonies.

“Shade” is from Morris’ GIRL and “Prove You Wrong” is from Crow’s forthcoming and final album, THREADS.

 

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mala tempora currunt...

 

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-WEDNESDAY 5 JUNE 2019

[VIDEO] New single "Prove You Wrong" out now!

Hear Sheryl's new single "Prove You Wrong" featuring Steve Nicks and Maren Morris, as well as Joe Walsh, Vince Gill and Waddy Wachtel on guitar!

The track is also available on Spotify, Deezer, and iTunes for digital download.

 

 

-TUESDAY 4 JUNE 2019

[VIDEO] Mini Interview with Bobby Bones

 

 

 

-TUESDAY 4 JUNE 2019

[LIVE PIX] Darius Rucker & Friends Concert

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21 PHOTOS & 2 VIDEOS

10th Annual Darius Rucker & Friends Concert
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, Tennessee USA)
Monday, 3 June 2019

 

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-MONDAY 3 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Another new single!

“Prove You Wrong", the new single from "Threads" with Sheryl Crow, feat. Stevie Nicks & Maren Morris. Out digitally Wednesday, June 5th and impacts country radio Monday, June 17th.

 

 

 

-MONDAY 3 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Sheryl, Bonnie and Mavis to perform on "Ellen"

 

 

 

-SATURDAY 1 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Sheryl Crow join 10th Annual Darius Rucker & Friends Concert



Sheryl has signed on to perform during the 10th Darius Rucker And Friends Concert on Monday, June 3 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.

Hootie and the Blowfish, Luke Brian, Jimmie Allen, Kane Brown, Travis Denning, Jillian Jacqueline, and Brett Young are also expected to perform.

All the proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.


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-SATURDAY 1 JUNE 2019

[NEWS] Meet and Greet in Nashville!

This is just to announce that Sheryl will meet fans at the Big Machine Store in Nashville next Saturday, June 8 at 10:00 AM.

Opened in June 2015 and located at 122 3rd Avenue, The Big Machine Store has become a destination for meet and greet events during the CMA Music Fest.  Fans can visit the store for a chance to meet their favorite BMLG idol.

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