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[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.




[PIX+VID] 2018 CMT Artists of the Year



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





[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

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.

SOURCE: Variety






[LIVE PIX+VID] AlixPartners Private Show

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



Photos: thehopshoney



Photos: thehopshoney & equinoxorchestra

Photo: nyc_wine_tasting_group








[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.

SOURCE: Rolling Stone magazine





[LIVE PIX] Collaborative Solutions Private Show



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