[PIX] THE MOTOWN SOUND: IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE
with Smokey Robinson - Photo by Chuck Kennedy (White House) - click to enlarge
with Stevie Wonder
[2011 TOUR] USA: NEW DATE ADDED
June 27 Where: Beaver Creek, Colorado (USA) Venue: Vilar Center, 68 Avondale Lane Website: www.vilarpac.org Ticket Prices : $135/155/175 Public Sale: Monday, March 14 at 11a.m. (MST) online at www.vilarpac.org
[NEWS] SHERYL CROW JOINS BRAD PAISLEY AT SOLD OUT NASHVILLE SHOW
Brad Paisley’s H2O Frozen Over tour made its last stop at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena this past Saturday night playing to a sold-out crowd of over 13,500 wild and crazy hometown fans.
About half-way through the concert Paisley was joined on stage by his mentor and guitar hero John Jorgenson, founding member of the Desert Rose Band, on “Catch All the Fish.” They traded unbelievable guitar licks, each upping the intensity and skill with each exchange.
After 100 minutes of a non-stop high-energy show Paisley closed the show and the tour with an encore of his #1 hit and crowd favorite, “Alcohol.” Tourmates Darius Rucker and Jerrod Niemann teamed with Paisley on stage for the finale, as they have every show of the tour. Jorgenson and rocker Sheryl Crow joined in on the fun as Paisley and his Drama Kings band wrapped the H2O Frozen Over tour.
Source: Dial Global
[2011 TOUR] USA: NEW DATE ADDED
May 22 Where: Avila Beach, California (USA) Venue: Avila Beach Resort - 6464 Ana Bay Drive Website: www.avilabeachresort.com Ticket Prices: Reserved Rows 1-14: $99.00 Reserved Rows 15-29: $89.00 General Admission: $55.00 Public Sale: Saturday, March 5, 2011 at 11:00 am.
May 19 Where: Boise, Idaho (USA) Venue: Idaho Botanical Garden, at 2355 North Penitentiary Road Website: www.idahobotanicalgarden.org Ticket Prices: $50 (for non member); $45 (for members) Public Sale: Friday, March 4, 10am Note : pre-sale tickets may be purchased by calling the Garden at 343-8649 or visiting our offices located at 2355 Old Penitentiary Rd - 10am-4pm
.Tuesday February 22, 2011
[VIDEO] RUN BABY RUN - MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL (JULY 5TH, 2008)
.Sunday February 20, 2011
[RUMORS] SHERYL TO MOVE?
Is Sheryl Crow in danger of being dropped by Interscope-Geffen-A&M Records? We hear her contract is up, and while she still fills the live shows, her recent albums weren't big sellers. But Crow wants to stay. "The feeling is that an artist like that would be better served on another label," an insider said. "Her records aren't flying off shelves, but she sells out shows." Crow will likely move on to an indie label, the source said. Her lawyer told us, "As far as I know, I don't know the story and haven't heard this story." Her label rep said, "This is untrue."
Source: NY Post, Feb 20
[VIDEO] KID ROCK AND SHERYL CROW - BRIDGESTONE ARENA, NASHVILLE - FEB 18
All Right Now
.Saturday February 19, 2011
[2011 TOUR] USA: NEW DATES ADDED
May 11 Where: Waukegan, Illinois (USA) Venue: Genesee Theatre, at 203 N. Genesee St. Website: www.geneseetheatre.com Note: Ticket on sale on Feb. 25 at 10.00 AM
Ticket Prices: $96, $86, $76, $56, $46
June 30 Where: Joliet, Illinois (USA) Venue: The Rialto Square Theatre, at 15 E. Van Buren St. Website: www.rialtosquare.com Note: Ticket on sale on Feb. 25 at 10.00 AM
Tickets: AAA $111; AA $96; A $76; B $56; C $46
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.Friday February 18, 2011
[VIDEO] "TOMORROW NEVER DIES" - LIVE IN LONDON (2005)
.Thursday February 17, 2011
[NEWS] SHERYL CROW, KID ROCK, OTHERS TAPING TV SPECIAL IN NASHVILLE
By Cindy Watts
Kid Rock, Sheryl Crow, Luke Bryan, Gretchen Wilson and others will tape a network television special Thursday afternoon at Nashville Center Stage (514 8th Avenue S.). Specifics about the filming — like the name of the network and program — are hush-hush at the moment, but the public is invited to attend, and admission is free.
Filming begins at 12:30 p.m. with Bryan, with Crow and Kid Rock will follow at about 3 p.m. Wilson is set to play around 6 p.m. Potential audience members must be 18 or older and come dressed in summer clothes. Food will be available for purchase, and space is limited.
Kid Rock has other Nashville plans this week too: He brings his Born Free tour to Bridgestone Arena on Friday (Feb. 18) with guest Jamey Johnson. Tickets ($25, $39.50, $49.50 and $92) were still available as of this posting, but the show is expected to sell out. Check Ticketmaster for availability.
Source: The Tennessean
.Wednesday February 16, 2011
[NEWS] WHITE HOUSE TO HOST CONCERT IN HONOR OF MOTOWN
Washington, D.C. is about to be infused with a little Motown flavor.
The President and First Lady are inviting both contemporary and classic artists to the White House for a concert on Thursday, February, 24. The evening will honor both the 50-year legacy of Motown as well as Black History Month, according to a statement.
Smokey Robinson; Natasha Bedingfield; Sheryl Crow; Jamie Foxx; Nick Jonas; country group Gloriana; John Legend; R&B singer Ledisi; “Glee” stars Amber Riley and Mark Salling; Seal; and Jordin Sparks have all signed up to perform at the event.
If you happen to have an in at the White House, “The Motown Sound: In Performance at the White House” will be held in the East Room at 6:30 p.m. But for the rest of us, the concert will be broadcast on PBS stations nationwide on March 1 at 8 p.m. E.T.
.Tuesday February 15, 2011
[NEWS] BIRTHDAY DRIVE - MESSAGE FROM SHERYL
How I LOVE you all. You are the best fans anyone could ever have. You have no idea what it will mean to the kids who come through the Delta Children's Home. It means the world to me, especially in such a dire economic period, that you all give so generously.
I love you all. You have given me the best birthday present anyone could give me.
PS (Thank you, Gregg Dempsey, for your amazing generosity!)
Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T
Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow will rock the house during PACER Center’s 29th Annual Benefit at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Saturday, May 7.
With a solo career spanning nearly 20 years and seven albums, the singer-songwriter has a long list of modern rock hits to choose from, including “If It Makes You Happy,” Every Day Is a Winding Road” and “A Change Would Do You Good.”
Crow’s first smash hit, “All I Wanna Do,” hit the charts in 1993, seven years after her stint as a backup vocalist for Michael Jackson’s Bad World Tour. Her latest soul-inspired album, “100 Miles from Memphis,” was released in 2010. Along the way, Crowe has earned nine Grammy Awards for her crowd-pleasing music, including Best Female Rock Vocal, Best Female Pop Vocal and Best Rock Album.
Benefit tickets include the performance as well as silent and live auctions. A pre-Benefit gourmet dinner is available by separate ticket, and a post-concert patron party is available for people purchasing Benefit tickets of $140 or more.
WHAT IS PACER CENTER?
PACER Center is a parent training and information center for families of children and youth with all disabilities from birth through 21 years old. Located in Minneapolis, it serves families across the nation, as well as those in Minnesota. Parents can find publications, workshops, and other resources to help make decisions about education, vocational training, employment, and other services for their children with disabilities.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Sheryl Crow will be joining some country stars to help the Country Association celebrate the 40th anniversary of its summer festival this year. This will be Crow's first performance at CMA Music Festival.
Crow, who’s a Nashville resident herself, joins Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban among the first performers announced Tuesday in a news release.
The CMA Music Festival will be held June 9-12 in downtown Nashville. The event started in 1972 as Fan Fair and has evolved into a showpiece for the genre, drawing its biggest stars and tens of thousands of fans.
Other performers announced include Martina McBride, Darius Rucker, Trace Adkins and The Band Perry. More performers will be announced later.
Bay Area legend John Fogerty will bring his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame songbook to the seventh annual Sonoma Jazz + Festival.
The other two headliners for the event, scheduled for May 20-22 in downtown Sonoma, are pop-rock superstar Sheryl Crow and world-music favorite the Gypsy Kings.
Tickets are priced at $60-$100 and go on sale to the general public beginning Feb. 15 by calling 888-512-7460 or through www.sonomajazz.org. Sonoma residents, as per usual, can get a head start on the rest of us -- and can buy tickets beginning Feb. 14.
Fogerty, best known for his work fronting Creedence Clearwater Revival in the '60s, will headline the festival's first night (May 20). Crow, the multiplatinum performer who has given the world such hits as "If It Makes You Happy" and "Everyday is a Winding Road, will take the stage on May 21, with the Kings closing things down on May 22.
Besides these headlining acts, Sonoma Jazz + will once again feature its popular daytime component "Wine & Song" on May 21 and 22. The second day of the series will include a New Orleans style brunch offering.
[NEWS] SHERYL NOMINATED FOR AN ACADEMY COUNTRY AWARD!
Nominations for the 46th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards was announced yesterday and Sheryl was nominated alongside Loretta Lynn and Miranda Lambert for their performance of Lynn's "Coal Miners Daughter." Winners will be announced during the live broadcast April 3rd on CBS.
[PIC] PHOTO FROM "COLLIDE" VIDEO SHOOT
Original caption: Shot the video for "Collide" yesterday in Nashville with the beautiful and talented Ms. Crow. Was a long shoot but had alot of fun catching up with Sheryl. Off to battle the snow in Kansas....."Hold on tight".....Kid Rock. FYI, video was shot by my old friends at Deaton/Flannigan Productions (they also did "Roll On" and "All Summer Long") Good guys who do great work! Thanx for another good shoot boys!