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-WEDNESDAY 28 FEBRUARY

[LIVE PIX] Klick Health's MUSE New York Event - 27 Feb

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Klick Health’s MUSE New York Event
One World Observatory
New York City, New York (USA)
Tuesday, 27 February 2018

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26 FEBRUARY - Klick Health today announced it has added Sheryl Crow to its lineup of inspiration presenters at MUSE New York tomorrow evening. A modern-day adaptation of the salon, MUSE was created to inspire the life sciences community and bring together people who are bravely pushing the boundaries of what's possible at the intersection of art, science, and technology.

A nine-time GRAMMY AWARD recipient, Sheryl Crow is an American music icon. Her nine studio albums have sold 35 million copies worldwide; seven of them charted in the Top 10 and five were certified for Multi-Platinum sales. In addition to such No. 1 hits as "All I Wanna Do," "Soak Up the Sun" and "The First Cut Is the Deepest," Crow has lofted 40 singles into the Billboard Hot 100, Adult Top 40, Adult Contemporary, Mainstream Top 40 and Hot Country Songs charts, with more No. 1 singles in the Triple A listings than any other female artist. Many artists have collaborated with her on special projects, including the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Smokey Robinson, and Tony Bennett. She is also known for her passionate support of multiple charities, including City Of Hope, Stand Up To Cancer, The World Food Program, Feeding America, ADOPT A CLASSROOM, the TJ Martell Foundation, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, MusiCares, the Special Olympics, and many other worthy causes.

"We are big fans of Sheryl's - both on and off the stage and think she's the perfect addition to the MUSE community," said Klick Co-Founder and CEO Leerom Segal. "Just as her music has left an indelible mark on popular music, Sheryl's steadfast commitment to promoting early cancer detection and helping save lives serves as an inspiration to us all."

MUSE features remarkable speakers, captivating performances, and cutting-edge health technology installations to spark important conversations and generate new possibilities in health. Past MUSE presenters have included Margaret Atwood, Arianna Huffington, ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Co-Founder Pat Quinn, Boston Marathon survivor/amputee rights advocate Adrianne Haslet, and Flint water warrior/Virginia Tech professor Marc Edwards. Other Klick events have featured Drs. Eric Topol, Ezekiel Emanuel, and Daniel Kraft.

To apply or nominate someone to attend MUSE New York, go to www.klick.com/muse. Space is limited.

About Klick Health
Klick Health is the world's largest independent health marketing and commercialization agency. Klick has been recognized as Agency of the Year five times over the last six years by the industry's leading publications. It is laser-focused on creating solutions that engage and educate healthcare providers about life-saving treatments and help inform and empower patients to manage their health and play a central role in their own care. Every solution hinges on Klick's in-house expertise across the commercial universe-strategy, creative, analytics, instructional design, user experience, relationship marketing, social and mobile. Klick's digital health innovation lab, Klick Labs, helps life science organizations advance healthcare through the application of emerging concepts and technologies. Follow Klick Health on Twitter @KlickHealth.

About Klick Inc.
Klick operates with a fiercely independent spirit at the intersection of technology, creativity, and strategy. The Klick family is a diverse group of people who are driven and connected by a shared culture and commitment to the relentless pursuit of awesome at Klick Health and Sensei Labs. Established in 1997, Klick has teams in Atlanta, Connecticut, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, and Toronto. Klick has been consistently named a Great Place to Work, Best Workplace for Women, Best Employer, Fastest Growing Technology Company, and Best Managed Company. Klick's co-founders wrote New York Times Bestseller The Decoded Company (Portfolio/Penguin). For more information on Klick companies, go to klick-inc.com.

 

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-MONDAY 26 FEBRUARY

[2018 TOUR] Bonner, Montana

Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, March 2 and will be available at the Top Hat box office, by phone at 877-987-6487, or online at logjampresents.com.

 

-MONDAY 26 FEBRUARY

[PIX] Filming special contents for the "Live at Capitol Theater" DVD / BD



"I had a nice time filming Sheryl Crow with Tom Z in Nashville at her amazing ranch studio for Barry Summers & Rockfuel Media’s upcoming concert film."

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-SATURDAY 24 FEBRUARY

[LIVE PIX] Private show in Vegas - 23 February

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New York Life Chairman's Council Gala
The Venetian
Las Vegas, Nevada (USA)
Friday, 23 February 2018

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VIDEOS

"All I Wanna Do"  
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-WEDNESDAY 21 FEBRUARY

[PIX] Sheryl & Benji Crow

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-MONDAY 19 FEBRUARY

[TOUR] Added new UK dates

 

 

 

-FRIDAY 16 FEBRUARY

[NEWS] Nashville Ballet Ball: Sheryl Crow, Ronnie Dunn will pay tribute to Johnny Cash

Dave Paulson, USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee

For their 2018 Ballet Ball, the Nashville Ballet has teamed with John Carter Cash to pay tribute to his legendary father: country icon Johnny Cash.

Naturally, a crew of talented Music City residents have signed on to be part of the evening.

Performers at the Ballet Ball will include Sheryl Crow, Ronnie Dunn, Jamey Johnson, Bill Miller, Devin Dawson. They'll join John Carter Cash and his wife, Ana Cristina Cash.

This year's ball takes place March 3 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Proceeds from the event go towards educational dance programs for youth and families in Middle Tennessee.

While this year's artists sing on stage, Nashville Ballet dancers will perform excerpts from “Under the Lights" — which debuted in 2014 and features Cash's songs.

The ball is an invitation-only event, but the Ballet Ball Late Party is open to the public, and features cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a seat for the performance. Late Party tickets are $175 per person at www.nashvilleballet.com

SOURCE: The Tennessean

 

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-FRIDAY 16 FEBRUARY

[PIX] Shopping at the Nashville Show - 15 February

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Tennessee State Fair Grounds
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
15 February 2018

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"Sheryl Crow going home with “My Lovely Assistant” ! Great meeting her!" - Ed Pribyl American Folk Art

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16 February - Photo: Peter W. Howard

 

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-WEDNESDAY 14 FEBRUARY

[VIDEO] Birthday Drive: A note of thanks from Sheryl

 

 

-WEDNESDAY 14 FEBRUARY

[RADIO] Telephone Interview - Radio New Zealand

 

 

-MONDAY 12 FEBRUARY

[NEWS] BIRTHDAY DRIVE: A NEW RECORD!

This is Amazing!
Many thanks to all the wonderful donors!

 

-MONDAY 12 FEBRUARY

[LIVE PIX+REVIEW] Private Show in San Jose - 10 February

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52nd Annual Golden Circle Theatre Party
The Santa Clara University scholarship fundraiser event
San Jose Center for the Performing Arts
San Jose, California (USA) Saturday, 10 February 2018

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REVIEW

Pizarro: Sheryl Crow brings Santa Clara University boosters to their feet



By Sal Pizarro
Mercurynews.com

Most people probably don’t spend the night before their 56th birthday performing for a crowd of more than 2,000 people in formal wear. But Sheryl Crow clearly isn’t most people. The singer rocked a full house Saturday night at San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts as the headliner for Santa Clara University’s 52nd annual Golden Circle Theatre Party.

Backed by a six-piece band, Crow played her fan favorites during the hour-long set — including “Strong Enough,” “Every Day is a Winding Road,” and “All I Wanna Do,” which got the black-tie crowd of more than 2,000 SCU boosters to their feet. Crow was charming and engaging with the audience — “I’m sorely underdressed for this event,” she joked to open the set. She even managed to be a starstruck football fan when she said, “My band is freaking out that Ronnie Lott is here.”

Crow is the latest big name to play at the event, which raises money for Santa Clara University scholarship programs, and has drawn celebrities including Bob Hope, Ethel Merman, Frank Sinatra (twice), Tony Bennett and Train last year. “I’m in very good company,” Crow said.

The crowd serenaded her with “Happy Birthday” during the encore break, Crow and her band did get to have a quieter celebration. The group had birthday lunch Saturday afternoon at Luna Mexican Kitchen, Jo Lerma-Lopez‘s popular restaurant on The Alameda, where she was presented with a birthday treat of Luna’s to-die-for Chocoflan dessert.

SOURCE: Mercury News

 

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-SUNDAY 11 FEBRUARY

 


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-SUNDAY 11 FEBRUARY

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"Awesome birthday lunch with my spectacular, beautiful, loving bandmates at Luna Mexican Kitchen in San Jose! Wahoo!"

 

 

-WEDNESDAY 7 FEBRUARY

[NEWS] Sheryl Crow may have the solution to #GrammysSoMale

By Hannah Francis
The Sidney Morning Herald

Nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow felt shock and outrage as she watched last week's Grammy Awards ceremony, and the "#GrammysSoMale" discussion around it.

"That really knocked the wind out of my sails," she tells Fairfax Media by phone from her Nashville home, where she lives with her two adopted sons and several animals.

The comments from Grammys president Neil Portnow that women simply needed to "step up" to compete with the men, who swept all but one of the major awards, were "not only outrageous", says Crow, but "extremely insensitive ... at this moment, of all moments".

That moment, of course, is the tide of #MeToo and #TimesUp that has swept the entertainment industry and beyond, as women and their supporters call out the inequality, harassment and culture of silence that has dogged their careers and their lives.

Aside from the tone-deaf comments of its president, a big part of the Grammys' problem, Crow argues, is that it scrapped separate categories for male and female artists in 2011.

"You don't see Meryl Streep going against Tom Hanks at the Oscars for best actors," she says. "Why should women musicians have to compete with all males in the same category?"

Who knows whether Crow would have any Grammys of her own if she had released her winning material when there were no gendered categories.

The change, so the Recording Academy says, was to reduce the number of categories. (The awards ceremony people see on TV is for the major and popular awards only – there are 84 categories in total, most of them awarded earlier in the day.)

"I am still not really buying that reason to be perfectly honest," Crow says. "To say there are too many categories but then only giving out nine awards in the [TV broadcast] show is not a good reason. We need to be giving all of our artists a leg up.

"The Grammys do matter – it's the most important award that's given out in music, and it's not being diminished by having more categories."

The academy says it will launch an independent investigation into its policies and practices "to overcome the explicit barriers and unconscious biases that impede female advancement in the music community".

Crow is optimistic about change – and not just for women.

"I really do feel like this has now created an opportunity to have a conversation that's not just about females but about artistry in general and about the definition of certain categories," she says.

"If you only put together an awards ceremony that is based on TV ratings and that sort of thing, then it's not really a fair depiction of what's happening in music. There's great music everywhere that often goes unnoticed.

"There are nine awards given in the TV show – that's not the [full] Grammys. You have to dig a little bit deeper to get the full picture."

Grammys aside, Crow is looking forward to her double-headline Australian tour with Melissa Etheridge​ in April. She'll be bringing her sons – Wyatt and Levi – along for the ride so they can see the Great Barrier Reef.

"He was able to swim before he could talk," she says of Wyatt, 10. "His whole thing is about the ocean."

Following last year's album Be Myself, Crow is to release a new EP next month called Snap. A new, as yet untitled, album is slated for release early next year, featuring collaborations with a raft of other music legends including Willie Nelson, Neil Young and Stevie Nicks.

Sheryl Crow and Melissa Etheridge play Riverside Theatre, Perth, April 3; Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre, April 4; Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, April 6; and ICC Theatre, Sydney, April 7.

SOURCE: The Sidney Morning Herald

 

-WEDNESDAY 7 FEBRUARY

[RADIO] Layin' It Down with Steve Jordan (SiriusXM)

49 Minutes - Mono

Steve Jordan chats with Sheryl about her path to become a singer-songwriter and explores her history working with some of the greatest legends of music. She also talks about her next record and future projects.

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-MONDAY 5 FEBRUARY

[VIDEO] Front and Center - Live at the Iridium

Sheryl's spirited performance for “Front And Center” at The Iridium in New York City will begin airing in US cities on PBS this Friday, February 9 and continue through late March. Check your local listings for air times via your respective cable provider.

WEBSITE: www.pbs.org/show/front-and-center

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-MONDAY 5 FEBRUARY

[2018 TOUR] Arrington, VA

Lockn' Festival organizers just revealed Sheryl will perform at this year's edition in Arrington, VA. Tickets will go on sale at noon EST on Friday, February 9th. Website: www.locknfestival.com

 

 

-SUNDAY 4 FEBRUARY

[PIC] At the Superbowl 52

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-FRIDAY 2 FEBRUARY

[MAGAZINE] Classic Rock magazine - March 2018 Issue

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Sheryl is featured on a special issue of Classic Rock magazine about the women who rock our world.

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