19 Jun Birmingham, UK Symphony Hall UK Tour
21 Jun Gateshead, UK Gateshead Sage UK Tour
22 Jun Nottingham, UK Royal Concert Hall UK Tour
24 Jun Newport, Isle of Wight Seaclose Isle of Wight Festival 2018 - UK Tour
4 Jul Dublin, Ohio Dublin Coffman High School stadium City of Dublin Independence Day Celebration
5 Jul Traverse City, Michigan Pepsi Bay Side Music Stage National Cherry Festival
7 Jul Thunder Bay, Canada Marina Park Thunder Bay Blues Festival 2018
5-8 Jul Manitoba, Canada Birds Hill Provincial Park 2018 Winnipeg Folk Festival
10 Jul Edmonton, Canada Northern Alberta Jubillee Auditorium 2018 Tour
11 Jul Calgary, Canada Coca Cola Stage at Stampede Park Calgary Stampede 2018
13 Jul Salt Lake City, Utah Red Butte Garden Red Butte Garden Outdoor Concert Series
14 Jul Telluride, Colorado Telluride Town Park Main Stage Ride Festival 2018
15 Jul Littleton, Colorado The Hudson Gardens & Event Center 2018 Tour
17 Jul Boise, Idaho Outlaw Field @ Idaho Botanical Gard. 2018 Tour
18 Jul Bonner, Montana KettleHouse Amphitheater 2018 Tour
21 Jul Woodinville, Washington Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery  2018 Summer Concert Series - Show #1
22 Jul Woodinville, Washington Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery  2018 Summer Concert Series - Show #2
24 Jul Troutdale, Oregon McMenamins Edgefield 2018 Tour
25 Jul Bend, Oregon Les Schwab Amphitheater 2018 Tour
26 Aug Arrington, Virginia Infinity Downs Farm Lockn' Festival
22 Sep Louisville, Kentucky Champions Park Bourbon & Beyond
18 Nov Nashville, Tennessee Bridgestone Arena Scott Hamilton & Friends Charity Event


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-MONDAY 18 JUNE

[RADIO] Sheryl Crow In Session on BBC Radio 2 - 18 June

Interview + 2 songs (23 Minutes)

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Photos from the Session

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-MONDAY 18 JUNE

[VIDEO] Sheryl Crow on Good Morning Britain (UK) - 18 June 2018

840*480 - 4m 46s

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-MONDAY 18 JUNE

[BOOTLEG] A CROW IN THE FOREST - NEW YORK, 13 JUNE

A CROW IN THE FOREST

Forest Hills Stadium
Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, NY (USA)
Wednesday, 13 June 2018

CD Audio
Source: master audience recording
Taper: larryrulz
Location: section 901 (lower bowl), 2nd row
Lineage: CA-14 (cardioid) > Sony M10 (24/44) > Audacity (amplify, EQ, Pseudo-stereo, tracking) > TLH > FLAC 6 > foobar2000 (FLAC tags)
Sound: mp3 samples in Comments section

NOTES FROM THE TAPER

Yet another chatty crowd in Queens. I love this venue but in general the audience is way too talkative. There were multiple problems with my original recording. The static noise which is only occasional in the Robert Plant recording was much more prominent and frequent here. So I eliminated the entire R channel, then used the Pseud-stereo effect in Audacity to create audio with 2 channels.

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TRACKLISTING

01 A Change Would Do You Good
02 Everyday Is a Winding Road
03 All I Wanna Do
04 My Favorite Mistake
05 Can't Cry Anymore
06 Redemption Day
07 Riverwide
08 Best of Times
09 band intros
10 If It Makes You Happy
11 Soak Up the Sun

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-SATURDAY 16 JUNE

[LIVE PIX] Toronto, ON - 15 June

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17 PHOTOS

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Budweiser Stage
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Friday, 15 June 2018
Special guest opener for Robert Plant

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SET LIST

  • A Change Would Do You Good
  • Everyday Is a Winding Road
  • All I Wanna Do
  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Can't Cry Anymore
  • Redemption Day
  • Best of Times
  • If It Makes You Happy
  • Soak Up the Sun

Rock and Roll (with Robert Plant)

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-FRIDAY 15 JUNE

[INTERVIEW] Express & Star (UK) - 15 June 2018

Sheryl Crow talks about shunning the spotlight ahead of her gig at Birmingham Symphony Hall

By Andy Richardson
Express & Star

She’s been in the music world for decades. Sheryl Crow talks about her escape to the country, growing old gracefully and loving life with her boys.

She’s happiest when she’s playing with her kids, Wyatt and Levi, in the yard. Eleven years of parenting has helped Sheryl Crow to focus on the important things in life.

And though she’s sold more than 50 million albums, earned nine Grammy Awards and played alongside such artists as the Dixie Chicks, the Rolling Stones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Michael Jackson, Prince, Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti, B.B. King, Tony Bennett and Sting while also working as a backing vocalist for Tina Turner, and Bob Dylan, nothing’s as much fun as playing with the kids at home.

“We’re lucky to live here,” she says of her home in West Nashville. “We were playing outside yesterday.”

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-THURSDAY 14 JUNE

[LIVE PIX] Forest Hills, NY - 13 June

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36 PHOTOS + VIDEOS

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‏ Forest Hills Stadium
Forest Hills, Queens, New York, NY (USA)
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Special guest opener for Robert Plant

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SET LIST

  • A Change Would Do You Good
  • Everyday Is a Winding Road
  • All I Wanna Do
  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Can't Cry Anymore
  • Redemption Day
  • Riverwide
  • Best of Times
  • If It Makes You Happy
  • Soak Up the Sun

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-WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE

[LIVE PIX] Columbia, MD - 12 June

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12 PHOTOS + 2 VIDEOS

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Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, Maryland (USA)
Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Special guest opener for Robert Plant

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SETLIST

  • A Change Would Do You Good
  • All I Wanna Do
  • Everyday Is a Winding Road
  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Can't Cry Anymore / I Can See Clearly Now
  • Redemption Day
  • Best of Times
    (Band intros followed)
  • If It Makes You Happy
  • Soak Up the Sun
  • I Shall Believe

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"If It Makes You Happy" & "Soak Up the Sun"

"Winding Road" & "Favorite Mistake"

 

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-WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE

[MLR] 'Roo 2018

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-WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE

[PIC] T.S.C.W.

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-TUESDAY 12 JUNE

[VIDEO] "Wouldn't Wanna Be Like You" - NEW SINGLE

 

Here's the new single "Wouldn't Wanna Be Like You" aired for the first time this morning on BBC Radio 2.

 

 

-TUESDAY 12 JUNE

[INTERVIEW] BBC Radio 2 - 12 June 2018

 

Sheryl was interviewed this morning (02:30am in NYC!) by BBC Radio 2. She briefly talked about her new single "Wouldn't Wanna Be Like You", as well as her next record, set to be released in 2019. Sheryl also said it might be her last full album

 

 

-SATURDAY 9 JUNE

[VIDEO] Live at Bonnaroo - Full Set (720p)

 

1) "If It Makes You Happy" [ 00:00 ]
2) "Everyday is a Winding Road" [ 05:40 ]
3) "All I Wanna Do" [ 12:05 ]
4) "My Favorite Mistake" [ 17:26 ]
5) "Can't Cry Anymore" [ 22:44 ]
6) "Midnight Rider" [ 29:50 ]
7) "There Goes the Neighborhood" [ 36:15 ]
8) "Best of Times" [ 41:42 ]
9) "Soak Up The Sun" [ 48:08 ]
10) "I Shall Believe" [ 53:50 ]

 

 

-SATURDAY 9 JUNE

[LIVE PIX+VIDS] Bonnaroo 2018 - Day #2

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62 PHOTOS + 2 VIDEOS

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Bonnaroo Music and Art Festival
What Stage @ Great Stage Park
Manchester, Tennessee (USA)
Friday, 8 June 2018

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REVIEW


Sheryl Crow shows millennials how it’s done at Bonnaroo

Dave Paulson
The Tennessean

"This is older than most of y’all!”

That’s how Sheryl Crow introduced her 1993 breakout hit “All I Wanna Do” to her young Bonnaroo audience, perhaps with a hint of trepidation.

But it only took a verse and a chorus for the Nashville-based singer-songwriter to realize just how well her songs have held up with the generation after her.

“Who are you?” she asked with a smile, as a crowd filled with millennials apparently surprised her by singing along, word for word.

Though Crow certainly hasn’t been around as long as past Bonnaroo headliners Paul McCartney and Elton John, her celebratory afternoon slot produced the same warm, fuzzy, only-at-Bonnaroo feeling as those sets by music vets. Unlike Coachella and Lollapalooza, this festival has long sought out performers they believe will resonate with their audience, whether or not they fit the demo.

When it works, like it did with Crow, the results are magical, and life-affirming.

“I love seeing all your young faces out there,” she exclaimed mid-song. “This is what the future looks like!”

She and her band came prepared for this fresh scenario with a set that came out swinging with recognizable tunes: Opening number “If It Makes You Happy” sent some attendees running for a spot in the field while hollering along to the chorus.

Crow threw in a cover of “Midnight Rider” — a surefire move at Bonnaroo, even in 2018 — and teased that she’d just met someone who was performing that weekend, but wasn’t on the bill. She also urged the young audience to register to vote, because she has an 8-year-old and 11-year-old, and “we need to change the future.”

From Crow’s vantage point on Bonnaroo’s biggest stage, as she started wrapping her set with “Soak Up The Sun,” you’d imagine the future looked pretty bright.

SOURCE: The Tennessean

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SETLIST


SHERYL'S SET

If It Makes You Happy

Everyday Is a Winding Road

All I Wanna Do

My Favorite Mistake

Can't Cry Anymore

Midnight Rider
(The Allman Brothers Band cover)

There Goes the Neighborhood

Best of Times

Soak Up the Sun

I Shall Believe

SUPERJAM (tribute to Tom Petty)

American Girl

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-THURSDAY 7 JUNE

[LIVE PIX+VIDS] Atlanta, 6 June

Photo credit: Marjorie Kouns

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8 PHOTOS + 4 VIDEO

Atlanta Botanic Garden - Piedmont Park
Atlanta, Georgia (USA)
Wednesday, 6 June 2018


 

 

-WEDNESDAY 6 JUNE

A.K.C.

 

 

-SATURDAY 2 JUNE

[LIVE PIX+SETLIST] Hollywood Bowl (w James Taylor) - Show #2 - 1 June

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16 PHOTOS + 2 VIDEO

Hollywood Bowl (show #2)
Los Angeles, California (USA)
Friday, 1 June 2018
Special guest opener for James Taylor

SETLIST

  • If It Makes You Happy
  • All I Wanna Do
  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Can't Cry Anymore
  • Redemption Day
  • Strong Enough
  • Best of Times
  • Soak Up the Sun
  • I Shall Believe
  • Everyday Is a Winding Road
    (with James Taylor)

 

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-FRIDAY 1 JUNE

[PIC] Happy Donut Day!

 

 

-FRIDAY 1 JUNE

[LIVE PIX+REVIEW] Hollywood Bowl (w James Taylor) - Show #1 - 31 May

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33 PHOTOS

Hollywood Bowl (show #1)
Los Angeles, California (USA)
Thursday, 31 May 2018
Special guest opener for James Taylor

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REVIEW #1

By Peter Larsen
The Orange County Register

Excerpt from HERE:

[...] The encore offered more happiness for everyone including Sheryl Crow, who duetted on “Mockingbird,” left the stage for “You’ve Got a Friend,” the Carole King classic, and returned to close out the show with tears and hugs and warmth all around.

In her own hour-long opening set Crow, who replaced Bonnie Raitt on these dates after Raitt had to bow out for medical reasons, shared that the second-ever concert she attended on her own as a 15-year-old in Memphis was a James Taylor show and she was smitten from the first.

“He was wearing a white suit and I was so sure I was gonna marry him,” she said with a big grin. “I missed the boat but he’s still my favorite.”

She played a strong set of her own material, though traffic and long lines at the gates kept many from hearing “All I Wanna Do,” her breakout hit. She and her band were strong throughout, though, with highlights such as “If It Makes You Happy” and “Every Day is a Winding Road,” her closing number for which Taylor came out to play guitar and sing with her.

No tears, though. At least as far as we could see.

SOURCE: The Orange County Register

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REVIEW #2

James Taylor & Sheryl Crow Take Over the Hollywood Bowl: Most Memorable Moments

By Gail Mitchell
Billboard

It’s been said before: Don’t count out legendary acts when it comes to delivering fantastic shows. And it was proven again when James Taylor & His All-Star Band rocked a jam-packed Hollywood Bowl with special guest Sheryl Crow on Thursday night.

Here are five key takeaways:

Stepping in without missing a beat: That’s exactly what Sheryl Crow did while subbing for original special guest Bonnie Raitt, who had to bow out of the summer tour’s first leg owing to an unexpected medical situation. During Crow’s well-paced and energetic hour-long show, the nine-time Grammy winner gifted baby-boomer and younger fans with her classic hits. Among them: “All I Wanna Do,” “My Favorite Mistake,” “If It Makes You Happy,” “Strong Enough” and “Soak Up the Sun” (which she introduced as the “ultimate California song”). Particularly moving was her performance of “Redemption Day.” Backed by a six-member band, the guitar-slinging Crow traded verses with Johnny Cash -- via his recorded version of her song -- as video images of Cash, soldiers and air strikes flashed across a giant screen. “I thought I’d play this while democracy is being stretched to the nth degree,” Crow told the audience.

Perfect pair: Crow’s show finale gave the audience a sneak peek at what was to come as Taylor joined her onstage for a rousing rendition of “Everyday Is a Winding Road.” The two complemented each other perfectly between their life-honed vocals and wicked guitar playing. Crow prefaced their performance by sharing a memory about the second concert she’d ever attended as a 15-year-old without a chaperone: Taylor’s Gorilla tour in the mid-'70s. “He was wearing a white suit and I was so sure I was going to marry him,” recalled Crow. “He’s still my favorite songwriter and singer.” Crow rejoined Taylor during his show’s encore, dueting and two-stepping on “Mockingbird” and “Close Your Eyes” before walking off the stage together arm in arm.

Taylor’s still got it: Even before he sang one note, Taylor stepped onstage to a standing ovation -- one of several throughout the evening. He’s surely lost count of how many times he’s performed fan faves over the years such as “Fire & Rain,” “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” “Handyman,” “Sweet Baby James,” Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” and “You’ve Got a Friend.” But his performance of these and other songs comprising a nearly two-hour set sounded just as fresh and dynamic as when he first recorded the songs. Centering on well-known entries in his repertoire, Taylor took the audience all the way back to 1968 with “Something in the Way She Moves” -- the song he auditioned for Paul McCartney and George Harrison before he signed with Apple Records.

Amid frequent shout-outs of “we love you, James” from fervent female fans, Taylor’s journey down memory lane included “Carolina,” “Walking Man,” the bluesy “Steamroller,” “Mexico” and “Shower the People.” Video images accompanying the songs ranged from Taylor family and band member photos to a 1969 Sunset Boulevard billboard featuring Taylor at the beginning of his career. “Pretty much the rest of that decade is gone,” the self-deprecating artist noted of his memory to a laughing audience. At one point, cameras panned around the Bowl so the audience could see themselves dancing and cheering on the giant video screen. All told, Taylor demonstrated how he came to accomplish what he set out to do years ago as he noted early on in his show: “I just wanted to play music and travel.”

You’ve got friends: Tying everything together and upping the night’s fun quotient was Taylor’s ultra-tight all-star band. And no wonder, given a veteran lineup that includes drummer Steve Gadd, percussionist Luis Conte, saxophonist Lou Marini and keyboardist Kevin Hays. Violinist/backing vocalist Andrea Zonn also was a standout on the song “Country Road,” while Taylor’s longtime backing vocalist Arnold McCuller drew a standing ovation during his power-punching solo turn on “Shower the People.”

Admiration society: Watching fellow singer/songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne (“Running on Empty,” “Doctor My Eyes”) sing and bob along to the performances in the crowd was just as enjoyable as watching Crow and Taylor onstage.

Crow returns as Taylor’s special guest for his second Hollywood Bowl show on Friday night (June 1).

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SETLIST

  • A Change Would Do You Good
  • All I Wanna Do
  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Can't Cry Anymore
  • Redemption Day
  • Strong Enough
  • Best of Times
  • If It Makes You Happy
  • Soak Up the Sun
  • Everyday Is a Winding Road
    (with James Taylor)

 

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