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12 Jan Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena Willie: Life & Songs of an American Outlaw
2 Mar Tempe, Arizona Tempe Beach Park Innings Festival 2019
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-WEDNESDAY 14 NOVEMBER

[LIVE PIX+SETLIST] Private Show in Vegas (13 Nov)

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InTheBlack @ The Accounting & Finance Innovation Summit

Caesar's Palace - Las Vegas, Nevada (USA)
Tuesday, 13 November 2018

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-THURSDAY 8 NOVEMBER

[NEWS] Sheryl Crow to perform at star-studded Tribute Concert for Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson is throwing an all-star party in Nashville in January, and everyone is on the guest list.

Willie: Life & Songs of an American Outlaw, A Willie Nelson All-Star Concert Celebration is set for 7 p.m. Jan. 12 at Bridgestone Arena. Performers include Nelson, George Strait, Sheryl Crow, Kris Kristofferson, John Mellencamp, Alison Krauss, Lee Ann Womack, Lyle Lovett, Jack Johnson, Norah Jones and the Little Willies, Vince Gill, Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks, and the Avett Brothers.

"Willie and his songs mean everything to music artists and fans alike. Like Willie, they have inspired us to remain true to ourselves in every possible way. This incredible lineup of artists on this show is a testament to that,” Blackbird Presents CEO Keith Wortman said in a statement.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday at livenation.com, by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000 or at Bridgestone Arena’s box office. The presale for Citi card holders opens at 10 a.m. Thursday and runs through 10 p.m. Sunday. For presale details, visit www.citiprivatepass.com. For more information on the show, visit http://willieoutlaw.com.

The concert will be recorded for a broadcast special on A&E Network.



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-TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER

[VIDEOS] "Atom Bomb" & "Heartbeat Away" @ Capitol Theatre (1080p)

 

From the Blu-Ray disc: "Sheryl Crow - Live at the Capitol Theatre" out now.

Filmed in Port Chester, New York, 10 November 2017.

 

 

-TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER

[NEWS] Finally I Got It!

 

 

 

 

-TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER

[LIVE PIX] Elton John AIDS Foundation's 17th Annual An Enduring Vision Benefit

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Elton John AIDS Foundation's 17th Annual An Enduring Vision Benefit - Red Carpet and Concert
Cipriani 42nd Street
New York City, New York (USA)
Monday, 5 November 2018

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Elton John Pays Homage to Aretha Franklin, Raises $3.9 Million to Fight HIV/AIDS at 2018 Gala

By Joe Lynch
Billboard Magazine

Sheryl Crow, Gayle King and more joined Sir Elton at his annual fundraiser.

On a rainy Manhattan Monday (Nov. 5) evening, Elton John, his husband David Furnish and a slew of celebrities and philanthropists gathered in the elegant Cipriani 42nd Street for the annual gala to raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The evening, entitled An Enduring Vision, raised $3.9 million for the EJAF, thanks in part to an auction that saw a signed Tony Bennett painting go for $100,000 and a photo of Elton from the iconoclast David LaChapelle fetch $87,000.

While Sheryl Crow was the musical guest for the fall 2018 gala, Elton couldn't help but open his comments by paying homage to last year's musical performer, Aretha Franklin.

"We witnessed the final performance of the Queen of Soul," John said. "You don't see greatness like that often."

Telling the room he wept during her soul-stirring performance last year at St. John the Divine ("Bridge Over Troubled Water" in particular was a cathartic highlight of Franklin's final public performance), John was clearly still reeling from the loss, but grateful Franklin gave some of her last moments to his cause.

"It was clear she was unwell," John recalled, "But she smiled her sweet smile and said, 'I didn't want to let you down. I was supposed to play the year before, and I didn't want to let you down.'

"Cherish those artists – they don't come along very often," he urged the crowd.

He also exhorted the audience – which host Gayle King pointed out was made up of white, black, straight, gay, transgender, Democratic and Republican people all committed to ending HIV/AIDS – to cherish each other more readily. "We need to start hugging each other more or there's gonna be trouble," John said. Elton's comments followed an invigorating speech from Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, who seamlessly melded personal anecdotes with historical fact and political proselytizing. Urging activists and philanthropists to put themselves in uncomfortable situations and closer proximity to those in need versus doling out donations from an ivory tower, Stevenson's speech was a refreshingly spirited challenge more than a collective pat on the back.

When Sheryl Crow took the stage to run through her roster of irresistible hits, she was clearly in high spirits, all smiles as she and her band ripped through "If It Makes You Happy," "Soak Up the Sun," "Everyday Is a Winding Road" and a new song called "Wouldn't Want to Be Like You" about "someone who can't tell the truth," which she insisted with a wink was "not about anyone in particular." Even if midterm election anxiety was nipping at the heels of the evening – and Crow nodded to it by saying that "love and facts do matter" – she still kept the mood jovial, even joking about her love life. "I've been engaged three times," she said. "I had a great time not getting married. I had an even better time not getting divorced."

Elton John is currently in the midst of his rapturously received Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour. The Elton John AIDS Foundation is in its 26th year. This year saw Patricia Hearst, Joe McMillan and Darren Walker honored for their commitment to EJAF.

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-THURSDAY 1 NOVEMBER

 

 

 

-TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER

[NEWS] Sheryl to perform at the Innings Festival



Innings Festival has announced the 2019 lineup for the Arizona based event. The two-day festival will take place Tempe Beach Park on March 2 and 3, 2019.

Other acts include Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, Incubus, Blues Traveler, Liz Phair, St Paul and the Broken Bones, Jimmy Eat World, Guster, Black Pistol Fire, Band of Horses, Shakey Graves, Mat Kearney, G. Love & Special Sauce, Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, Dorothy, and The Baseball Project.

Innings will also welcome of group of “MLB legends” including Sean Casey, Roger Clemens, Jake Peavy, Huston Street, and Eric Byrnes.

Tickets are on-sale now beginning at $130. Here's the full line-up:


 

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-MONDAY 29 OCTOBER

[VIDEO] Spotify For Artists Adds 'Best Advice' Videos



Spotify for Artists has launched Best Advice, a new short video series of marquee artists discussing the best advice they received throughout their careers. Featured artists include Sheryl Crow, Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Rick Ross, Ne-Yo and Kamasi Washington.

Topics explored include collaboration, the creative process, creative beginnings, triumph, failure, fear, anxiety, resilience and more. This follows Spotify for Artists’ recently launched video series, The Game Plan.

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-MONDAY 29 OCTOBER

[NEWS] If it ain't broke...! 56-year-old Sheryl Crow reveals why she has been relying on the exact same fashion formula for 30 YEARS

  • The country singer, who has been in the spotlight since the late 1980s, says she her signature style has not changed much since the start of her career
  • Sheryl, who has two adopted sons, still relies on the same on-stage wardrobe that she has always loved - 'tricked-out jeans and a wow jacket'
  • She recently released a new fashion collection with HSN, and said that she got her inspiration for her latest line from her love of equestrian style

By Charlie Lankston
DailyMail

Chart-topping country singer Sheryl Crow may be best known for her success in the music industry - but it seems the 56-year-old may well have achieved a near-impossible fashion feat: finding a perfect ensemble that never goes out of style.

The musician, who recently launched a new collection of clothing with HSN, revealed that she has been wearing the same fashion formula for the past 30 years, having landed on the perfect style combination when she first burst onto the music scene three decades ago.

'Honestly, my style hasn’t changed that much [in 30 years],' she told DailyMail.com. 'I still gravitate towards comfy, fitted t-shirts, a great pair of jeans or a maxi dress and cowboy boots.



'I also think jackets are really important. There is a new studded faux suede fringe jacket in my HSN collection that can really add a “wow" factor to your favorite pair of jeans.'

Even when it comes to performing on-stage, Sheryl has the perfect wardrobe picks all lines up - choosing to eschew the multiple costume changes that many musicians opt for during a live show, in favor of something much more simple, but just as stylish.

'On stage, it’s about comfort and cool for me because I move around a lot,' she explained.

'I usually wear a great pair of tricked out jeans, a statement tee and a “wow” jacket paired with sneakers. Every day I just love wearing jeans and T-shirts paired with western boots.

'It’s about creating unexpected combinations, like an embellished top with a pair of jeans or a really basic tank with a great pair of pants and a super unique topper.



'My closet is filled with many vintage pieces I’ve collected over the years, so it’s also a lot fun to mix the old and the new.'

Having been in the public eye for so many years, Sheryl has also learned a trick or two about boosting her self-confidence in the spotlight - particularly when it comes to a more daring look.



'I always say it's best to stay true to yourself, your own personal style,' she said.

'If you have your eye on a new top or jacket that you feel is too edgy, try dressing it down with your favorite pair of jeans. You can never go wrong with casual chic. When you’re comfortable with what you’re wearing, then you naturally exude confidence.'

And nowhere is that more true for Sheryl than on the stage, in front of an audience - where what she wears really serves as a foundation for her confidence.

'What I wear on stage really sets the tone for my performance,' she revealed. 'If I feel good about what I’m wearing, it definitely gives me a confidence boost. I always like to try and find a good balance of comfort and glam.'

Her love of fashion served as the key source of inspiration when it came to creating her own line, with the singer revealing that she turned to her love of equestrian style to create her latest line.

'I draw inspiration from my own closet, especially from some of my favorite custom and one of a kind pieces,' she said.

'I’ve also always loved the equestrian look. For my latest collection on HSN, I designed a scarf with a horse print and this beautiful riding jacket with faux suede elbows and crystal skull applique on the back. It’s a true statement piece that never goes out of style. It's tailored but still relaxed and truly feminine.



'Americana also drives many pieces in the line. I’m a big collector of anything and everything Americana. It’s a part of my lifestyle and who I am at home and in my music.'

The inspiration behind the collection, and its overall look, weren't the only things that went into creating Sheryl's HSN line; the singer also put a great deal of thought into ensuring that each style would suit a wide variety of body shapes and sizes.



'In designing the line, I keep in mind how women of all shapes and sizes want to experience fashion,' she explained.

'I really want her to feel beautiful and comfortable in every piece of my collection. Our jeans, tunics, and maxi dresses are all designed with just the right amount of ease for a very flattering fit — no matter what size you wear.

'We offer the collection in a wide range of sizes, from XS-3X.'

And while Sheryl's position as a chart-topping musician affords her access to some of the best stylists, and the best fashion labels, in the world, she insists you don't have to shell out a fortune in order to create a stylish look.



In fact, she believes that as long as you are willing to go the extra mile with a few special details, any low-budget look can be given the same high-fashion sparkle as a one-of-a-kind designer item.

'It’s all in the details,' she noted. 'Adding unique sequin embellishment, an original screen printed lining or a gorgeous embroidery to a basic pair of great fitting jeans makes the product look super expensive while at the same time comfortable and flattering.

'Over the years, I’ve learned that the best way balance out your wardrobe is by mixing the old with the new, and expensive items with more affordable priced items.



'When I’m on the road, I visit vintage shops and finding old treasures that I can pair with the newer items in my closet, it’s a great way to create a unique style that’s all your own; the Americana studded Sherpa moto jacket in my current collection with HSN was inspired by a vintage piece that I discovered while on the road.'



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-THURSDAY 23 OCTOBER

[NEWS] "Sheryl Crow - Live at the Capitol Theatre" available in November

Hey Crowheads! This is just to inform you that the new official live concert "Sheryl Crow - Live At The Capitol Theatre" will be released on 9th November in the UK (through the distributor Wienerworld), Europe, as well as in North America.

For those who do not know, this two-hour long performance was filmed at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on November 10, 2017 during the "Be Myself" tour. The show will be available on a DVD/CD or Blu-Ray/CD combo package and will include many of Sheryl's hits from her 25-year career, as well as cuts from her latest recording "Be Myself", a couple of covers and, last but not least, a new song called "Atom Bomb".



The DVD and BD also includes a vintage Black and White 'Flashback' introduction of many legends who have graced the Capitol Theater stage over the years, interspersed with exclusive interview segments with Sheryl recently filmed at her Farm in Nashville, TN. Check out the trailer below!



For those who missed the show, this is the document of what you missed! :)

TRACKLISTING (DVD & Blu-Ray)

1. Everyday Is A Winding Road
2. A Change Would Do You Good
3. All I Wanna Do
4. My Favorite Mistake
5. Be Myself
6. Long Way Back Home
7. Run Baby Run
8. Can’t Cry Anymore
9. The First Cut Is The Deepest
10. Atom Bomb
11. Halfway There
12. There Goes The Neighborhood
13. Leaving Las Vegas
14. Strong Enough
15. Heartbeat Away
16. Roller Skate
17. Best Of Times
18. If It Makes You Happy
19. Soak Up The Sun
20. Midnight Rider
21. I Shall Believe

TRACKLISTING (CD)

CD 1
1. Everyday Is A Winding Road
2. A Change Would Do You Good
3. All I Wanna Do
4. My Favorite Mistake
5. Be Myself
6. Long Way Back Home
7. Run Baby Run
8. Can’t Cry Anymore
9. The First Cut Is The Deepest
10. Atom Bomb
11. Halfway There

CD 2
12. There Goes The Neighborhood
13. Leaving Las Vegas
14. Strong Enough
15. Heartbeat Away
16. Roller Skate
17. Best Of Times
18. If It Makes You Happy
19. Soak Up The Sun
20. Midnight Rider
21. I Shall Believe

 

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-MONDAY 22 OCTOBER

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-SATURDAY 20 OCTOBER

[PIX+VID] Party at the Polls Concert

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Party at the Polls Concert
A event promoting voter turnout in Davidson County
Ascend Amphitheater
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
Saturday, 20 October 2018

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Jason Isbell, Sheryl Crow Urge Action at Tennessee Voting Rally

By Jon Freeman
Rolling Stone Magazine

Diverse group of performers, including Billy Ray Cyrus and gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds, lead Party at the Polls event in Nashville

A small but enthusiastic group of Middle Tennessee residents showed up to hear some music and use their voices at Party at the Polls, a voting rally organized by WME and Endeavor Impact. Held at the very un-rock & roll hour of 10 a.m. at Ascend Amphitheater, the event nonetheless featured some big performers, including Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires, Sheryl Crow and Billy Ray Cyrus.

While not explicitly a left-leaning event, Party at the Polls — which concluded with a half-mile walk to a nearby early voting location — did feature artists who have been openly critical of the Trump administration and Republican policies at the state level as well as several young men and women involved with the gun control initiative March for Our Lives. In Tennessee, both the governor’s office and a U.S. Senate seat are up for grabs in the midterms, and Democrats are hoping for competitive races despite the state’s long history of voting red. Early voting numbers in Tennessee have been high thus far, beating the previous two midterm elections and approaching turnout for the 2016 presidential election.

Singer-songwriter Gabriel Kelley sang Richie Havens’ mournful “Freedom” and pleaded for empathy, noting that we should be “trying to love on each other a little more.” British-born Lucie Silvas also sang a pair of her songs, including the pointed “Change My Mind,” and expressed how happy she was to be part of the event when she’d been a guest in the United States for some time. Gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds offered a pair of uplifting tunes, including “Gotta Have You.”

Billy Ray Cyrus was kind of a wild card in the bunch, performing his “Where’m I Gonna Live” and the Springsteen-esque “Goddess of Democracy,” which he said was “about why we’re here and the right to vote.” Closing things out with his smash “Achy Breaky Heart” and some soulful harmonies from Bekka Bramlett, Cyrus implored the crowd, “Get out and vote. That’s your voice. Let it be heard.”

Sheryl Crow was even more direct, saying that “A Change Would Do You Good” mirrored her feelings of the present political climate. At one point in the song, she improvised several lines about treating others with compassion, politicians actually getting work done, caring for the environment and addressing gun laws to improve school safety for children. “Bring about those changes, we can do it,” she said, changing the song’s key line to “A change would do us good.” Recognizing that the damp, chilly weather had perhaps kept a few people away, Crow asked everyone to make sure their friends were going to vote, and to offer rides to people who don’t drive. Crow also touched on the importance of young voters for the upcoming election before introducing outspoken country-pop singer Maren Morris for “Every Day Is a Winding Road.” Recently, Morris admonished Donald Trump’s response to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, tweeting “How hard is it to NOT mock a sexual assault victim while a federal investigation that he allowed is still underway? Or how about not mock them ever?”

Headlining the event before the march to the polling place were Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires, who have played a handful of voting rallies and, in Isbell’s case, a fundraiser for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Bredesen in the past few months. “I know most of y’all probably already voted because y’all are good people,” joked Isbell, as audience members pressed up near the stage, a few waving flags and holding signs. “They won’t let me vote twice, I’ve tried.” Isbell and Shires gave an acoustic performance of “Hope the High Road” and Shires’ stomping “Eve’s Daughter.” He concluded the brief set with the empathetic “White Man’s World,” which recently drew the ire of a conservative writer who came to see one of his shows.

“Thank you for doing the right thing,” said Isbell, just before the crowd began streaming out of the amphitheater en masse and working its way a few blocks south for a little civic duty.

SOURCE: Rolling Stone

 

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-THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER

[VIDEO] From the archives: Sheryl Crow & NetVote @ Rock The Vote 1996

 

Sheryl rocks for the vote on Capitol Hill

AP / Washington / April 18 1996 - The girl who rose to pop stardom two years ago with her hit single, "All I Wanna Do", is currently crowing the cause of political awareness. Sheryl Crow appeared on Capitol Hill last week to launch a ground-breaking election year registration project. Young people between the ages of 18 and 24 are being encouraged to tap into politics via the internet. All they have to do is hook into an online voter registration address and fill out the voter registration form provided on-screen. The form will then be mailed to the applicant for signature and forwarding onto to the appropriate registration office.

 

 

-THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER

[PIX+VID] 2018 CMT Artists of the Year

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2018 CMT Artist of the Year
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
Wednesday, 17 October 2018

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Loretta Lynn Tribute
"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man"
Sheryl Crow & Dierks Bentley

 

 

Sheryl Crow introduces Maren Morris

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-TUESDAY 16 OCTOBER

[NEWS] Sheryl Crow, Dierks Bentley, Martina to Honor Loretta Lynn at ‘CMT Artists of the Year’

Additional presenters announced for Wednesday's show include Keith Urban, Elle King, Smokey Robinson and Trisha Yearwood.

By Chris Willman
Variety

The coal miner’s daughter will be serenaded by some spiritual daughters and also a son on CMT’s “Artists of the Year” program Wednesday night. The network has announced that the evening’s all-star tribute to Loretta Lynn, who’ll be receiving the Artist of a Lifetime reward, will feature Sheryl Crow, Martina McBride and Dierks Bentley.

In the case of Bentley (who just wrapped up his 2017 tour Saturday at the Hollywood Bowl), this represents a sort of honor of his own: So far, the “It’s Different for Girls” singer is the only male artist announced as singing on the show. The format for “CMT Artists of the Year was changed to celebrate an all-female slate of winners this year, and thus far CMT had only announced women in performance slots as well. Perhaps at the end of it, Bentley will be able to tell us whether it really is different for guys.

The country music-based network also announced additional presenters Tuesday, after previously naming Sissy Spacek as introducing Lynn. New on that lineup are one of the male artists best known for championing women as duet partners and tourmates, Keith Urban, along with Elle King (Bentley’s “Girls” duet partner, who has her own album coming out Friday), soul legend Smokey Robison, Trisha Yearwood, Crow and the male members of Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town, who will presumably be there to help honor the female members of their groups.

Besides Lynn, the artists being honored on the telecast are Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott and Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman. Among previously announced performances, Morris will be joined by Brandi Carlile for a tribute to Aretha Franklin, Ballerini will team up with Gladys Knight and Scott will go gospel with Kirk Franklin and Tori Kelly.

In scheduling Crow and McBride for the Lynn tribute, CMT picked two performers with a well-established history of celebrating Lynn. Last year, McBride sang “You Ain’t Woman Enough (to Take My Man)” with Lynn at the Ryman for an 85th birthday concert. (Martina also covered the song on her 2005 “Timeless” album.) Crow sang “Coal Miner’s Daughter” with Lynn and Miranda Lambert on a 2010 tribute album, and the trio reprised it live on that year’s CMA Awards.

“CMT Artists of the Year” airs live from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center at 8 p.m. ET and on tape delay at the same hour on the west coast.

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-SUNDAY 14 OCTOBER

[LIVE PIX+VID] AlixPartners Private Show



AlixPartners Private Show
The Cloister at Sea Island
Sea Island, Georgia (USA)
11 October 2018



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-WEDNESDAY 11 OCTOBER

[NEWS] Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires to Lead Voter March in Nashville

Lucie Silvas and others also set to perform and march at October 20th “Party at the Polls” event

By Joseph Hudak
Rolling Stone magazine

Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires are among the artists scheduled to perform at a concert and voter turnout rally in Nashville. Set for Saturday, October 20th, the event dubbed “Party at the Polls” will culminate with a half-mile march to a downtown Nashville polling location, where those registered in Davidson County can participate in early voting.

Singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas, gospel artist Jonathan McReynolds and folk singer Gabriel Kelley are also slated to perform. Five students from Parkland, Florida — members of the March for Our Lives movement — will also be on hand to march and serve as unofficial emcees of the concert.

“Party at the Polls” is presented by global entertainment agency WME and its Endeavor Impact foundation, a “company-wide initiative to shape and promote a better world.” The rally, which begins at 10:00 a.m./CT, is free to attend for those who RSVP at the event’s website.

The concert is just the latest example of the merging of music and politics in Nashville. In September, CMA Award-winning duo Brothers Osborne performed at a fundraiser for Democratic Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean, and country star Faith Hill spoke at a voter-registration gathering, presented by When We All Vote. Earlier this month, Charlie Worsham, JD McPherson, Robyn Hitchcock and Brothers Osborne’s John Osborne headlined the Get Out the Vote Festival at Music City club the Basement East.

Isbell and Shires have been particularly involved in the run-up to the November 6th midterms. In August, Isbell evoked the ire of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), who labeled him part of the “unhinged left,” for playing a rally for Phil Bredesen — the Democrat Tennessee senate candidate whom Taylor Swift endorsed earlier this week.

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-WEDNESDAY 3 OCTOBER

[LIVE PIX] Collaborative Solutions Private Show

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21 PHOTOS + 1 VIDEO

Collaborative Solutions - Customer Appreciation Party
House of Blues
Las Vegas, Nevada (USA)
Tuesday, 2 October 2018

 

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-WEDNESDAY 3 OCTOBER

[NEWS] Tuesday Night Music Club on Vinyl!

TNMC will be released on 180g double vinyl in november!

INFO: https://recordstoreday.com/SpecialRelease/10427