Sheryl, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Connie Britton, Big Kenny Alphin, Christiev Carothers Alphin and the African Children's Choir attend the 5th Annual African Children's Choir Gala at City Winery on November 21, 2013 in New York City. -
NEWS - Sheryl to perform at 'Christmas in Washington'
Sheryl is among the performers at the 2013 "Christmas in Washington" special.
Celebrating its 32nd anniversary, "Christmas in Washington" is a holiday tradition benefiting the Children's National Medical Center. The concert is attended each year by the President of the United States, the first lady and several other Washington VIPs.
Hugh Jackman will host, and fellow performers include the Backstreet Boys, Anna Kendrick, Janelle Monae, and Pat Monahan, plus a guest appearance by basketball great Charles Barkley.
The concert will be filmed and aired Friday, December 20, at 7 PM CT on TNT Network.
James Brown Arena
Augusta, Georgia (USA)
19 November 2013 --
SINGLE REVIEW - "Call Me I'm Lonely" (forthecountryrecord.com)
I wasn’t a fan of Sheryl Crow coming to country. I had my suspicions from the outset, wondering whether she’d just make the same music and market it differently, maybe with a banjo and pedal steel thrown in for good measure.
SHERYL CROW SLIPS INTO COUNTRY SOUND AS EASILY AS FAVORITE PAIR OF OLD BOOTS
Sheryl Crow has flown an arrangement away from a commercial country sound throughout the two decades since the release of her multi-platinum debut, Tuesday Night Music Club. On Feels Like Home, Crow wings right into the country landscape as though she's sliding on a favorite pair of old boots. Throughout her eighth studio album, Crow bursts with the same sexy sunshine that has shone so brightly during her career and turns up the twang just enough to mine country chart gold without sounding like she's playing a temporary part.
NEWS - Idol Worship: I'm Not Strong Enough to Stop Listening to Sheryl Crow (Autostraddle.com)
Welcome to Idol Worship, a biweekly devotional to whoever the fuck I'm into. This is a no-holds-barred lovefest for my favorite celebrities, rebels and biker chicks; women qualify for this column simply by changing my life and/or moving me deeply. This week, I'm confessing to a life spent secretly listening to Sheryl Crow's hits from the 90's and early 2000's.
LIVE PIX - 94.9 The Bull Private Performance - 18 November
Private performance at the 94.9 The Bull and Carl Black of Kennesaw "on the road" Music Lounge at SweetWater Brewing Company - Atlanta, Georgia (USA) - 18 November 2013
LIVE PIX - 99.9 KISS Stars and Guitars - 17 November - Hollywood, FL
99.9 KISS Stars and Guitars benefit show
Hard Rock Live, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel
Hollywood, Florida (USA)
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VID - Sheryl performs at the St. Mary's Celebration Luncheon (13 Nov)
"I Shall Believe" acoustic
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VIDS - Sheryl @ Jimmy Fallon - 14 November
Call Me When I'm Lonely
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NEWS - American Country Awards 2013 add Sheryl Crow, Darius Rucker
Stephen L. Betts
The 4th Annual American Country Awards are shaping up to be the event of the year, with the just-announced addition of a Sheryl Crow, who will take the stage with Darius Rucker to perform. Multiple ACA nominee Florida Georgia Line will also be among the performers.
Hosted by Trace Adkins and Danica Patrick, the two-hour live event will also feature appearances by Scotty McCreery, Chris Young, Carrie Keegan, Joe Nichols and Lauren Alaina. Additional performers and presenters will be announced soon.
Voting for Artist of the Year continues until Friday, Dec. 7. To cast your vote, click here.
The American Country Awards will air live from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 8:00 PM ET/PT tape-delayed on FOX.
LIVE REVIEW - WXTU & St Mary's private concert for breast cancer survivors
By Freda R. Savana
Sheryl Crow moves breast cancer survivors to tears
"We belong to an elite club," celebrity singer Sheryl Crow told a small audience of fellow breast cancer survivors Wednesday.
Crow, who was diagnosed with breast cancer nearly eight years ago at the age of 42, told the enthralled and emotional crowd, "You're amazing and you're always in my prayers."
The nine-time Grammy winner came to New Hope's Triumph Brewery as part of an honorary luncheon sponsored by St. Mary Medical Center and radio station WXTU.
Echoing the thoughts of many cancer survivors, Crow said her life was forever changed after the devastating diagnosis. "I always put myself at the bottom of the list, but I learned to say no. ... It was a game changer."
Like others, Crow said, she had a description of what she thought her life was supposed to be. "Married, children, happy-ever-after."
But after confronting cancer, the famous singer/songwriter said she learned that way of thinking "narrows what happens ... you have to open up and let life in."
Mary Ellen Davis, 47, learned she had stage 3 breast cancer in June 2010. The nurse at St. Mary said she's doing well, thanks to the support of her family, friends and physicians.
"To be able to share your story really helps," added Davis.
The theme of support and love was evident in the room of 30 survivors and their guests, who laughed, cried and hugged each other throughout the event.
Dr. Stacy Krisher, medical director of St. Mary's breast center, said people go through an array of emotions waiting to know if they have cancer.
"It starts with fear, sleepless nights and waiting and more waiting." Then, when the diagnosis comes, "life is turned upside down."
Patients ask, "will I see my daughter get married? Will I see my baby's first birthday?"
Through often grueling treatment they discover how strong they are, said Krisher. "They learn who and what is important to them."
The strength of the "pink warriors" was applauded by Andie Summers, part of WXTU's morning show team.
By refusing to let cancer defeat them, she told the women and men, "you make your life matter."
Crow moved the audience to tears, using her powerful music, while understanding their determination, fear and strength.
Of her cancer, she told them: "It was a gift, not one I want to go through again, but it was a gift."
SOURCE: The Intelligencer
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New Hope, Pennsylvania (USA)
13 November 2013
NEWS - Sheryl will perform at Detroit auto show charity preview
By Mark Phelan
Detroit Free Press Auto Critic
Grammy-winning singer Sheryl Crow will perform a full concert in Cobo Center on Detroit’s riverfront Jan. 17 following the charity preview of the 2014 North American International Auto Show. Crow will perform in Cobo’s expansive new riverfront atrium for about 90 minutes after the charity preview ends at 9 p.m.
“The party kicks into high gear at 9,” show chairman Bob Shuman said. “There’s going to be lots happening after the charity preview.”
The Detroit Auto Dealers Association is organizing the concert and other afterglow events to show off Cobo Center’s new attractions and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the prestigious international status that’s made the Detroit show one of the world’s leading auto shows and one of Detroit’s signature events.
Thousands of formally dressed partiers usually flood out of Cobo immediately after the charity preview, bound for dinners and receptions all over town. The DADA expects Crow’s performance to convince many to stay at the renovated Cobo for music, drinks and snacks after the preview. Other post-preview events at Cobo are in the works.
“It’s going to be a great show,” Shuman said. “The auto industry is on an upswing.”
The dozens of vehicles expected to debut at the NAIAS include the new Ford F-series pickup, Mercedes-Benz C-class sedan and production and concept vehicles from Acura, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Cadillac, Chrysler Group, Chevrolet, GMC, Hyundai, Kia, Lexus, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.
“This is an opportunity to take another step for the 25th anniversary and begin building for next year,” Shuman said. “It’s like a whole new event with the new features at Cobo and a great performer like Sheryl Crow.”
The charity preview has raised $91 million for southeast Michigan children’s charities over the years, including $3.9 million last year, when 13,069 attended the party. DADA hopes to top $4 million this year. Crow works with charities including the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, World Food Program and Natural Resources Defense Council.
The auto show pumps hundreds of millions of dollars into southeast Michigan’s economy annually, including an estimated $391 million last year.
Other musicians who have performed at the charity preview include Celine Dion, Kevin Bacon, the Rockets and Barenaked Ladies. Most gave brief performances of just a few songs.
Tickets for the charity preview cost $350, $340 of which is tax deductible. They can be purchased at naias.com. Click on 2014 show, then charity preview or call 888.838.7500.
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2013 TOUR - Atlanta, 18 November
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NEWS - Sheryl to headline special CP Holiday Train concert in Cottage Grove
Cottage Grove show part of Holiday Train's 15th year of rolling fundraiser for food shelves
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Joined by award winning a capella group, Take 6, Sheryl Crow will headline a free concert when the Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train makes its annual stop at Cottage Grove, MN on December 14, 2013.
"We are thrilled to be performing with Sheryl Crow, whom we've all admired and followed for years. It is particularly special because of the worthy cause this event is serving," said Claude McKnight, founding member of Take 6.
This Holiday Train signature event, in support of the Friends in Need Food Shelf, is taking place at the CP Yard (9250 Ideal Avenue) and kicks-off with the opening of the North Pole Station at 4:00 p.m. followed by the concert, which begins at 5:00 p.m.
The North Pole Station, a magical village, will feature family-oriented interactive activities, including ice carving, hot chocolate and a chance for the kids to visit Santa before making their way to the concert stage.
While the event is free, those attending are asked to make a donation. Everything collected at each show stays in the community for local distribution.
"The Friends in Need Food Shelf has been helping the residents in South Washington County for the past 21 years. We will serve around 38,000 people this year and we are so excited for this special Holiday Train and Concert to come to Cottage Grove," said Friends in Need Food Shelf Director Michelle Rageth. "The cash that is raised from this event constitutes almost half of our Food Shelf budget and we are able to get the best food deals possible with the money collected."
Rageth added, "Because we know that some people will want to donate items, we'd like to suggest toiletries such as shampoo, toilet paper, paper towels, deodorant, bar soap, toothbrushes, diapers and feminine products. These products are in short supply at the food shelf and will be a great gift to our clients! We want to stress how grateful we are for this amazing community that supports us so generously--we couldn't do it without you!"
"This is one Holiday Train stop you do not want to miss! I am very excited to welcome everyone--from our community to the upper Midwest and beyond--to this once-in-a-lifetime event. When I learned Sheryl Crow would headline the free concert I knew this was going to be the biggest event we've ever had in Cottage Grove," said Cottage Grove Mayor Myron Bailey. "I was honored to learn we were the only city in the United States chosen to host this special anniversary show. I invite everyone to make plans to join me at the Cottage Grove Holiday Train stop to enjoy the winter wonderland, the concert and help out our local food shelf."
The Cottage Grove stop is part of CP's 2013 Holiday Train program, which runs from November 25 until December 19, and features two brightly decorated trains traveling across the United States and Canada. Since 1999, the Holiday Train has raised about $7.4 million and about 3 million pounds of food for North American food shelves.
this extra-special Holiday Train event is one of only three stops across North America where Canadian Pacific has added additional star-power to help shine a spotlight on the railway's mission of raising food, money and awareness in the fight against hunger. Similar events will be held in two Canadian cities - Hamilton, Ontario on November 30 and in Calgary, Alberta on December 7.
For further information on Sheryl Crow, visit: http: www.sherylcrow.com and to find out more about Take 6 go to: www.take6.com.
To get to the site for this year's special concert, people will need to take a shuttle service from several Cottage Grove locations as there is no parking at the Holiday Train site (with the exception of limited handicap parking). Parking and shuttle service will be free and carpooling is encouraged. Information on shuttle service is available on the City of Cottage Grove's website at: www.cottage-grove.org. Also, stay tuned for further updates.
For additional information on the CP Holiday Train, photos, a route map and downloadable pictures of the two trains visit: www.cpr.ca.
The 2013 Holiday Train schedule is available on cpr.ca and Facebook. Supporters can also join the Holiday Train on Facebook and on Twitter @CPHolidaytrain
Broadcast quality b-roll available at: http://www.cpr.ca/en/in-your-community/holiday-train/Pages/media.aspx
SOURCE Canadian Pacific
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NEWS - Sheryl to perform at the 5th Annual NYC Changemakers Gala
The internationally acclaimed African Children’s Choir is coming back to perform in NYC this fall with some FUNK in their step!
Thursday, November 21, 2013
7:00pm VIP Reception & Wine Tasting
8:00 pm General Admission, Dinner, Show & Dance Party
155 Varick Street, New York City (between Spring & Vandam Streets)
This special fundraising event promises guests an unforgettable evening and a truly unique experience while supporting the African Children’s Choir as these ChangeMakers continue to raise global awareness of the plight of the orphaned and abandoned children and demonstrate the power of an education.
This year, we are pleased to award Connie Britton (four-time Emmy nominee, Golden Globe nominee, Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story and NASHVILLE) with the ChangeMakers Award for her continuous support of the African Children’s Choir.
The event will feature special guests Sheryl Crow, Big Kenny (Big & Rich), Kimberly Williams-Paisley (According to Jim, NASHVILLE) and performances by Broadway star Saycon Sengbloh (currently Martha Reeves in Motown, Fela, Rent), the African Children's Choir and MORE!
The African Children’s Choir is made up of children from the poorest countries of the world who have lost one or both parents to poverty or disease. Since its inception in 1984 over 52,000 children have been educated through the efforts of the Choir’s programs and over 100,000 people have been helped through their relief and development programs throughout the 7 countries the organization serves.
Their voices have been heard by world leaders and top entertainers, and last year, they performed the official Diamond Jubliee song “Sing” composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow at the most publicized event and celebration in the world, the Queen’s Diamond Jubliee.
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Individual tickets and ticket packages are also available to purchase for various prices:
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• If you cannot make it to the event, please consider making a donation to the African Children's Choir on the form below
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NEWS - Sheryl to perform at the Live 4 the Give
Live 4 the Give: New Foundation Taps the Power of Pop Culture and Social Media for Social Change
Live 4 The Give is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization established to integrate live programming and social media to create social change.
New York City–based brand strategy and events company Mission BIG—best known for producing last year’s Benefit for United Way of New York City charity concert featuring Jay-Z, Alicia Keys & Nas—has launched Live 4 the Give Foundation, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization established to integrate live programming and social media to create social change.
Live 4 the Give (http://www.Facebook.com/Live4theGive) employs a new business model that ushers demand pricing into charity events. The not-for-profit will produce pop culture–focused events that are broadcast to virtual audiences and constructed to engage with fans on various social media platforms—all with the purpose of expanding the pool of potential donors and driving larger-scale fundraising efforts for charitable partners.
“We’re embarking on a new chapter in collaborative philanthropy, as we orchestrate events that aim to engage with donors beyond the venue and bring social change on a scale we hope the world has never before seen,” said Jamie Rose, creative director and producer for Mission BIG, and the architect of Live 4 the Give.
The foundation was formed as an evolution of the Benefit for United Way of New York City concert, which raised $3 million for low-income students across New York City’s five boroughs, generated nearly 1 billion earned media impressions and garnered the top spot on The New York Times Critic's List of the Best Concert Events of 2012. After producing the high-profile cause concert, Mission BIG realized that expanding the donor pool to untold millions of social media users could exponentially increase donations, and decided to devise the innovative, first-of-its-kind Live 4 the Give Foundation.
About Mission BIG
Mission BIG is a brand strategy and events company based in New York City that produces events focused on fundraising. In early 2012, Mission BIG brought Jay-Z, Alicia Keys & Nas, accompanied by Questlove and a 40-piece orchestra, to landmark venue Carnegie Hall. Earning the top spot on The New York Times Critic's List of the Best Concert Events of 2012, the show generated nearly 1 billion earned media impressions, raised $3 million and received sponsorship from top brands American Express, CITI, Viacom, Target, and many more.
LIVE PIX - Taping of "CMA Country Christmas" (8 November)
26 Photos + 1 Video
CMA Country Christmas
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
8 November 2013
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PIC - Rehearsing for CMA Country Christmas
Photo by David Wild
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VIDEO - All We Need is Love!
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NEWS - The Bull 100.3's Ten Man Jam Announced
Bayou Music Center
11 December 2013 -
Listen in as nine-time Grammy award-winner Sheryl Crow talks with New York Times chief pop music critic Jon Pareles about her music, her career and her foray into the world of country music. She released her first country album, “Feels Like Home,” this fall and added a Top 20 solo country single—“Easy”—to her list of accolades. A conversation with music.
NEWS - Staged Reading of New Musical Diner Will Be Held in December
By Andrew Gans
A staged reading of the new Sheryl Crow-Barry Levinson musical Diner, which is based on the movie of the same name and had been scheduled to open on Broadway in April, will be held in December, according to an Equity casting notice.
The workshop, which will be held Dec. 2-13 at Pearl Studios, will be helmed by Tony winner Kathleen Marshall with music direction by Lon Hoyt. Scott Landis produces.
In January it was announced that the Broadway opening of the musical would be delayed. Producer Scott Zeiger told the New York Times, "Everyone just feels it needs more work to be better, and we want it to be the best...We wanted to do the creative work without a spring opening being a gun to our heads. And we want to raise all the money, so we can open on Broadway without worrying about making budget and having reserve funds if ticket sales are slow at first."
The musical about pals who gather at a Baltimore diner in 1959 is being directed and choreographed by three-time Tony Award winner Marshall (Wonderful Town, The Pajama Game, Anything Goes).
Diner, based on Levinson's 1982 film, is set in Baltimore, 1959, when six high school friends reunite at the one place they know they'll always belong: the Diner. "Now in their twenties, the friends have stumbled into adulthood and struggle to keep from growing apart," according to production notes. "Life, love, responsibility — it's all on the table."
Crow, who is composing the musical's score, is a nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter.
The production team also includes scenic designer Derek McLane, lighting designer Peter Kaczorowski and sound designer Scott Lehrer with orchestrations and music direction by Mitchell Froom.
Academy Award winner Levinson received an Oscar nomination for his original screenplay for "Diner," which was his film directing debut. The rueful film comedy starred Kevin Bacon, Ellen Barkin, Tim Daly, Steve Guttenberg, Paul Reiser, Mickey Rourke and Daniel Stern.