Venerdi' 30 Gennaio 2009 / Friday January 30, 2009
[CHARTS] "DETOURS" TRIPLE-A NATIONAL AIRPLAY PANEL - CHART HISTORY (01-30)
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Lunedi' 26 Gennaio 2009 / Monday January 25, 2009
[VIDEO] HUFFPOST INAUGURAL BALL GALA
[NEWS] SHERYL TO PERFORM IN NYC IN APRIL
Sheryl, Donovan Paul McCartney, Eddie Vedder, Paul Horn and more more will perform a global benefit concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Saturday, April 4, 2009, in support of the David Lynch Foundation's international initiative to teach one million children the Transcendental Meditation technique - and change the world overnight.
A limited number of excellent seats have been reserved for friends of the David Lynch Foundation. Details on how to order tickets before they go on sale to the public can be found at the David Lynch Foundation website.
Special packages are also available, which include premium concert seating, back-stage passes, "green room" access with photo opportunities with Paul McCartney and friends, and a gala post-concert celebration in the historic Rockefeller Center Rainbow Room.
Ticket and special event package prices to be announced soon.
With Bruce (Photo: Kevin Mazur/Wireimage via De Lupardis)
With Barack Obama (Photo: Kevin Mazur/Wireimage via De Lupardis)
[NEWS] SHERYL ON E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY
"SHERYL CROW: THE E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY" PREMIERES FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 AT 9PM ET/PT ON E!
Childhood Friends, Industry Colleagues and Music Journalists Join E! To Uncover the Real Story Behind the Singer's Climb to the Top
Sheryl Crow has produced many catchy chart-topping hits like "All I Wanna Do" and "Soak up the Sun," but her path to super-stardom has been anything but smooth. Still, through her perseverance and indomitable spirit, this leading lady of rock and nine-time Grammy award winner has inspired a new generation of female artists with her signature blend of country rock and pop. "THS: Sheryl Crow" chronicles Crow's amazing journey from small town backup singer to respected rocker, taking a very personal look at the woman whose strength comes from the many hardships that life has dealt her. This one-hour episode goes inside Crow's brave victory over breast cancer and highly-publicized split with super-cyclist Lance Armstrong, as well as her high-profile relationship with actor Owen Wilson. Plus, THS reveals the lesser-known stories of Sheryl's early struggles in the industry.
Featured are interviews with numerous childhood friends, industry colleagues, and leading music journalists who chart Crow's music history - from the pains of early rejection to her whirlwind tour as a backup singer for pop legend Michael Jackson and collaborations with several other high-profile musical partners. The show details how Sheryl's first album was shelved by the record company and what caused a rift to surface between Crow and her collaborators after the runaway success of her second album, "The Tuesday Night Music Club." "THS: Sheryl Crow" reveals the depth and grace with which the singer songwriter has overcome adversity and highlights the many joys she's experienced along the way, including motherhood. "Sheryl Crow: The E! True Hollywood Story" premieres Friday, January 23 at 9pm ET/PT on E!
Mercoledi' 21 Gennaio 2009 / Wednesday January 21, 2009
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[NEWS] BIDENS, SHERYL CROW LIVEN MIDWEST BALL
BY SUZETTE HACKNEY • FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER • January 20, 2009
WASHINGTON – The Midwest Inaugural Ball took a rock and roll upswing when Sheryl Crow took the stage around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
Crow, dressed in a fitted, long black skirt, sleeveless off-white blouse and killer heels, performed many of her hits, including “Everyday is a Winding Road,” “My Favorite Mistake,” “If it Makes You Happy” and “All I Wanna Do.”
Crow joked that it had been years since she dressed up and wore heels while performing, but she said she was willing to do it for President Barack Obama. She talked of how Tuesday’s inauguration brought the hope and change the country needed.
While singing “Strong Enough,” she inserted the words “Mr. President,” asking him if he was strong enough to be her man.
Crow’s nearly hour-long performance was cut short by the arrival of Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill.
“I’d play forever, but they said I have to leave,” she said.
The Bidens were met with tremendous applause. Jill Biden wore a floor-length cranberry gown, while Joe Biden sported a traditional tuxedo.
Biden told the crowd how proud he was to be a part of Obama becoming the first African American president. And he pledged to work to improve the country.
“As I looked out there today during this incredible moment … I could see the look of expectation on people’s faces,” he said.
The couple danced to “Have I Told You Lately that I Love You” before leaving for another ball.
Source: Detroit Free Press (http://www.freep.com)
Singer Sheryl Crow, doing a sound check for a performance later at the Midwestern Ball, said she was homesick.
"I have not seen my child in four days. I'm miserable," she told her band between songs.
But she was greeted by a cheering crowd later for her appropriate hit, "A Change Would Do You Good."
Credits: Associated Press in collaboration with De Lupardis Photo Agency
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[PICS] GIBSON SHOWROOM, WASHINGTON D.C., JANUARY 19
Sheryl performs during the Rock the Vote & Rolling Stone Event at Gibson Showroom on January 19, 2009 in Washington, D.C. (Photos by Bennett Raglin/WireImage for Rolling Stone)
[NEWS] IOWANS IN D.C. LISTEN TO SHERYL CROW AT MIDWEST BALL
By Philip Brasher and Ben Fornel
Washington, D.C. — For Gov. Chet Culver and many fellow Iowans, it was time to party tonight — and listen to Sheryl Crow.
Crow was the star of the Midwest inaugural ball, at least until President Barack Obama’s appearance, which wasn’t expected until the wee hours of the morning.
“Singing about change,” Crow belted out, reflecting the sentiments of Culver and revelers from Iowa and 10 other states who paid $150 apiece for tickets to the ball. “Change, change change.”
Culver said he was eager to see Crow, and “ready to get to work.”
“It’s just great to get Iowans together to celebrate this historic event,” said Culver, wearing a tuxedo and nursing a beer as Crow began singing. “I’ve been wearing a button all week that says ‘Iowa: We Started It.’ I think Iowans take special pride in that. We gave him the chance to show his stuff to the rest of the country.”
Bob Buntz attended the ball with his wife, Lois, of Cedar Rapids. He said the ball, held in one of the Washington convention center’s huge exhibition halls, was “worth every cent of it” — even before they had tried a dance.
He said the festive atmosphere and energy of the day was carrying over into the evening.
“It’s great. People are pumped. They’re still pumped. There’s a sense of life in the whole crowd," Buntz said.
The theme of change was certainly on the mind of Drake University student Lanon Baccam, 27, who made the 17-hour drive from Des Moines in one day with two friends. He said he planned to head back to Iowa as soon as he hears the new president speak.
“Just to see America elect a minority president is a really big deal to the minority community,” said Baccam, whose parents arrived in Mount Pleasant in 1980 as refugees from Thailand. He said people at the ball felt a renewed sense of faith in America.
“There’s a sense of unity here,” Baccam said. “There are people here from all over the country, but they all feel like your next-door neighbor.”
Baccam also said he is looking forward to Obama delivering on his promise of change.
“I got to see the Bush foreign policy firsthand,” said Baccam, a former member of the Iowa National Guard who was deployed to Afghanistan. “Obama is really going to put a new face on American policy. America has been hurt by the way we’ve conducted ourselves over the past eight years.”
Source: Des Moines Register (www.desmoinesregister.com)
Martedi' 20 Gennaio 2009 / Tuesday January 20, 2009
[LIVE REVIEW] 9:30 CLUB, WASHINGTON DC, JANUARY 19
Sheryl Crow began her set in a rejoicing mood on the eve of the change of administrations. “A Change Would Do You Good,” opened the set. She introduced “Can’t Cry Anymore” by saying she’d complained about the state of our union for eight years, and she was playing this one for herself. It seemed to be a bit of a catharsis for her, and took on new meaning, as she looked hopefully toward the future and mixed in a couple verses of “I Can See Clearly Now.” The Rock the Vote crowd cheerfully sung along.
Sheryl had the crowd singing along with “If it Makes You Happy,” and got quite a reaction for the lesser known “Out of Our Heads.” She closed out her set with a particularly raucous version of “Higher Ground” that recalled Red Hot Chili Peppers maybe even more than Stevie Wonder.
A Change Would Do You Good
Can’t Cry Anymore/I Can See Clearly Now
Hard to Make a Stand
If it Makes You Happy
Out of Our Heads
Everyday is a Winding Road
Source: Sound off with Dave (http://soundoffwithdave.com)
[PICS] NEWSEUM, WASHINGTON DC - HUFFPOST INAUGURAL BALL GALA, JANUARY 19
The show will take place on Saturday, March 7 at 7:00 p.m. and is not being advertised outside of the school community. At $500 to $5,000 a seat, tickets are not cheap. Still, the cause is a good one and the chance to see this popular performer in an intimate venue like a school auditorium is sure to be amazing. Visit www.supportfwp.org to order tickets.
Venerdi' 16 Gennaio 2009 / Friday Januaary 16, 2009
[NEWS] ALL SHE WANTS TO DO? MISSOURIAN CROW TO ENTERTAIN INAUGURAL BALL
By Jake Wagman
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Missouri native Sheryl Crow, a politically active Grammy-award winning artist, will be part of the entertainment line-up to celebrate the swearing-in of Barack Obama next week, the Presidential Inaugural Committee announced today.
Crow, who was born in the Bootheel town of Kennett and attended Mizzou, has been ,um, vocal on the issue of climate change, tangling with White House strategist Karl Rove at a dinner in 2007.
Next week, she will perform at the Midwestern Inaugural Ball on Tuesday night, one of several regional galas honoring the new president.
The Midwestern Ball includes supporters from Missouri and 11 other states. Also performing at the event will be the Fabulous Motown Revue, which, despite the name, is based out of Clayton.
What might be the biggest musical attraction of the night, though, could be at the Mid-Atlantic Ball, where The Dead — The Grateful Dead minus their legendary frontman, the late Jerry Garcia — will get their commander-in-chief jam on.
Source: Political Fix / St. Louis Dispatch
Mercoledi' 14 Gennaio 2009 / Wednesday January 14, 2009
[NEWS] WISHFUL THINKING - CMT BLOG
Could a Brad Paisley - Sheryl Crow Duet Be Next? Posted: January 14th, 2009 at 6:12 pm | By: Alison Bonaguro
i hate to jump to conclusions. So let’s call it wishful thinking instead. Sheryl Crow and Kimberly Williams-Paisley were spotted brunching together at the Loveless Café in Nashville. I’m sure they had all kinds of motherly things to talk about with toddlers Wyatt and Huck at their sides. But, what if they were throwing around ideas for a new music partnership? Crow’s kind of the queen of collaborators, and with Williams-Paisley’s husband’s mega success with his current “Start a Band” duet with Keith Urban, maybe he’d consider doing something with Crow next. It certainly worked for Kid Rock. Maybe it really was just a mom’s day out and maybe they didn’t talk music at all. But I’m going to cross my fingers and tell myself otherwise.
[NEWS] WIN AWARDS 2009
On February 17, 2009 - The WIN Awards 2009 will applaud actors, directors, producers, video games, films and television. The esteemed WIN Award Honorees are Academy Award and Emmy Award winner, Cloris Leachman and IDG World Expo CEO, Mary Dolaher.
The 2009 Invited Musical Guests are Yusuf Islam, formerly Cat Stevens, Sheryl Crow and Elton John while Chris Isaak and Margaret Cho have been tapped to host.
WHAT: The WIN Awards 2009
WHEN: Tuesday, February 17 6:30 p.m. Reception 8:00 Show
WHERE: El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CaliforniA
If you’re headed to the SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition in 2009, then you’re in for a treat. It was announced this week that Sheryl Crow, a recipient of nine Grammy awards who is perhaps best known for her hit song “All I Wanna Do” (and for being Lance Armstrong’s ex), will be a part of your conference entertainment.
She is set to perform Tuesday, June 30, at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. One ticket is included in the registration fee, but additional tickets are $80.
This year SHRM has more than 750 exhibiting companies in over 140,000 net square feet of exhibit space and an audience of more than 11,500 HR professionals from around the world.
Martedi' 13 Gennaio 2009 / Tuesday January 13, 2009
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[NEWS] HBO TO BROADCAST STAR-PACKED INAUGURAL CONCERT
Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Bono and more than a dozen other music stars will kick off Barack Obama's presidential inaugural festivities by performing at the opening celebration at Washington D.C.'s Lincoln Memorial on Jan. 18.
The free event, which is open to the public, will also be broadcast on HBO.
Nineteen artists from across genres, including Mary J. Blige, Garth Brooks, Herbie Hancock, Usher, Shakira, and Beyonce, are scheduled to appear at We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial. Queen Latifah, along with Jamie Foxx, Martin Luther King III and Denzel Washington, will give historical readings at the event.
The We Are One opening celebration opens a four-day schedule of Inaugural events that will include 10 official Inaugural Balls, as well as an Inauguration-Day-eve youth concert at the Verizon Center.
A number of other music events celebrating Obama's Inauguration are being planned to take place around Washington D.C. as well, including the Beastie Boys and Sheryl Crow headlining a "Hey, America Feels Kinda Cool Again" event on Jan. 19 at the 9:30 club; WAR and Marc Anthony appearing at the Latino Inaugural Gala at Union Station on Jan. 18; Jay-Z Jan. 19 at the Warner Theatre; and Bela Fleck and Wynton Marsalis performing at CNN's Inaugural event on Jan. 19 at the Kennedy Center.
Here is the initial music lineup for "We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial":
Mary J. Blige
Usher Raymond IV
Lunedi' 12 Gennaio 2009 / Monday January 12, 2009
[PICS] FEEDING AMERICA COCKTAIL PARTY
Sheryl attends the Feeding America cocktail party on January 9, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.
Sabato 10 Gennaio 2009 / Saturday January 10, 2009
[NEWS] OBAMA INAUGURATION EVENTS
Monday, 2-4pm: Rock the Vote & Rolling Stone event at Gibson Showroom
Monday - 8pm: Rock the Vote Inaugural Celebration with The Beastie Boys and Sheryl Crow
Sheryl Crow and the Beastie Boys are set to perform a special all-ages inaugural gala entitled ‘Hey, America Feels Kinda' Cool Again’ at Washington's 9:30 club on January 19.
Tickets will go on sale at 10am tomorrow (January 10) here, or by phone at 800.955.5566. There is a four-ticket limit per customer. Proceeds go to the Rock the Vote campaign. Doors open at 8pm and the show will begin at 9pm.
Sheryl Crow will also perform at the intimate event to celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama as US President. The gig is presented by Rock The Vote & Rolling Stone.
Mercoledi' 7 Gennaio 2009 / Wednesday January 7th, 2009
[NEWS] MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS CLIMB HILL
RAC to be folded into Recording Academy
By PHIL GALLO
The Recording Artists' Coalition, founded eight years ago by Don Henley and Sheryl Crow, will be folded into the Recording Academy and become an integral part of the org's Grammy on the Hill initiative.
The union of the two groups is to be announced today by Academy president-CEO Neil Portnow and RAC board member Irving Azoff. It is timed to coincide with the start of the new session of Congress and the Obama administration.
RAC board member Simon Renshaw and Azoff will serve as advisers to the Academy's RAC program. Former RAC national director Rebecca Greenberg is now working for Azoff at Ticketmaster Entertainment and Front Line Management.
RAC was formed to address legislative issues that affect recording artists such as copyright and contract regulations. It brought its mission to the forefront in 2002 with a series of concerts by superstar acts such as the Eagles, Eddie Vedder and Beck.
Martedi' 6 Gennaio 2009 / Tuesday January 6th, 2009
[BOOTLEG] KEEP ON DRIVIN' - LIVE IN OSAKA, JAPAN - DECEMBER 10TH, 2008
Keep On Drivin'
December 10th, 2008
CD Audio - Hi-Fi Stereo
Label: Sylph Records
01. (Intro) I Can See Clearly Now
02, God Bless This Mess
03. Shine Over Babylon
04. Love is Free
05. A Change
06. Leaving Las Vegas
07. Strong Enough
08. Can't Cry Anymore
09. Steve McQueen
11. My Favorite Mistake
12. Gasoline w/ Gimme Shelter
13. Run Baby Run
15. If It Makes You Happy
16. Out Of Our Heads
17. Soak Up The Sun
18. Everyday is a Winding Road
19. I Shall Believe
20. All I Wanna Do
21. Higher Ground