NEWS SEPTEMBER 2015

 

[REVIEW] PILGRIMAGE - CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE

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[2016 TOUR] NEW DATES ADDED!

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[REVIEW] PILGRIMAGE - MUSIC ROW MAG


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[REVIEW] PILGRIMAGE - RS COUNTRY

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From 10 Best Things We Saw at Pilgrimage Music Festival

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[LIVE PIX] PILMGRIMAGE FESTIVAL - FRANKLIN, TN - 26 SEPTEMBER



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Pilmgrimage Festival - Day 1
The Park at Harlinsdale
Franklin, Tennessee (USA)
26 September 2015

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Sheryl Crow sounds as good as she did when she burst onto the scene in the mid-1990s. During her set she pulled out hits such as “All I Wanna Do” and “My Favorite Mistake.” The highlight of her performance was her rendition of her 1994 single “Strong Enough,” where she was joined by alt-country singer Holly Williams. (The Tennessean)

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[NEWS] Diner the Musical, second run

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[NEWS] Sheryl makes surprise appearance during Kacey Musgrave concert

Wednesday 23 September - Sheryl surprised attendees by taking the stage during a Kacey Musgrave concert. Together performed the hit "If It Makes You Happy". The event was being held in Nashville at the legendary Ryman Auditorium.

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[NEWS] A news page about the next record!

This page is a collection of info and random stuff about the next Sheryl Crow album, which is set to release in 2016. Check it out!

http://www.sherylcrownews.com/2016album/

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[NEWS] A Sheryl's song " featured in new movie, "Everest"

1993 hit "All I Wanna Do" is featured in the new adventure thriller film, "Everest", now in theaters. The movie, about the Mount Everest disaster of ’96, is directed by Iceland-born Baltasar Kormákur (2 Guns, 101 Reykjavík, Contraband).

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[PIC] Make-up Time with Kristofer Buckle

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[VIDEO] "Have Some Fun" - 1995 Sheryl Crow TV special



This is a nice Sheryl Crow special aired in February 1995 on KOMU-TV, a local NBC-affiliated television station serving Mid-Missouri. I think it was one of the first tv interviews with Sheryl, her parents and friends in their hometown of Kennett. The special also features some footage from the concert held at Jesse Auditorium in Columbia. Enjoy!

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[PIX] KAABOO 2015 - Backstage with Mitt Romney and Son

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[LIVE PIX] Kaaboo Del Mar Festival - 1st Day - 18 September

Kaaboo Del Mar Fest - 1st Day
Del Mar Fairgrounds
Del Mar, California (USA)
18 September 2015

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REVIEW

George Varga
sandiegouniontribune.com

DEL MAR — Sisters were definitely doing it for themselves Friday at KAABOO Del Mar, to paraphrase the title of a still-potent 1985 hit by Aretha Franklin and Annie Lennox.
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Indeed, it was barely mid-afternoon at the debut edition of the three-day festival at the Del Mar Fairgrounds when Bay Area country-roots singer Nicki Bluhm pinpointed the core strength of KAABOO's opening-day lineup.

After she and her ace band, The Gramblers, completed their fetching ballad, "Queen of the Rodeo," Bluhm told the audience at the festival's Trestles stage: "I feel like there's a lot of girl-power going on today. I'm very excited to see Bonnie Raitt. I'm very excited to see No Doubt. (And) Sheryl Crow? Geez! We're just warming it up."

About four hours later, Crow seconded Bluhm's sentiments, and elaborated on them, during her own performance on the Zuma Stage, where she followed Raitt.

"I just want to say what a thrill it is to be standing on the same stage Bonnie Raitt was on," Crow said to what appeared to be an audience of several thousand. "Without Bonnie Raitt, I wouldn't be here. Without Bonnie Raitt, there would be no Gwen Stefani. Without Miss Bonnie Raitt carrying the rock 'n' roll torch, none of us would be here."

That list could also include Shelbi Bennett, the gifted lead singer in the fetching San Diego band The Midnight Pine, which also performed Friday at KAABOO (although probably not Icona Pop, the two-woman Swedish electro-pop duo that was scheduled to perform shortly after midnight).

Whether by design or accident, Friday's lineup featured the highest ratio of female artists. And, while they still constituted a minority of the 33 acts, Raitt, Crow, Bluhm and Stefani delivered more than their fair share of musical highlights.

Raitt, at 65, is the senior member of this very talented musical sorority. But she performed with infectious verve and fire throughout, beginning with a revamped version of The Equals' 1968 hit "Baby Come Back" that made the short-lived English/Jamaican band sound like it had, in fact, been born and bred in Memphis.

Introducing "Used to Rule the World," a standout song from her most recent album, "Slipstream," Raitt quipped: "Remember when we used to rule the world? I don't."

Her repertoire mixed choice cover versions (including James Taylor's "Rainy Day Man," a reggae-tinged rendition of Gerry Rafferty's "Right Down the Line" and an exquisite performance of John Prine's "Angel From Montgomery") with the rollicking "I Believe I'm in Love with You" and "Something to Talk About," along with the aching 1989 ballad "Nick of Time," arguably still the best song she has written.

After finishing "Nick," she slyly told the audience: "I haven't been a man – yet. But life's long; things could change."

As usual, Raitt sang with soulful elan and played a series of tart, no-nonsense bottleneck guitar solos that accounted for some of the most memorable instrumental moments at KAABOO on Friday. Her band, which included erstwhile Jimi Hendrix and Crosby, Stills & Nash organist Mike Finnegan, accompanied her with a winning mix of precision and loose-limbed spunk.

Crow, 53, also performed a winning set that found her injecting palpable vigor into such breakthrough hits as "All I Wanna Do" and "My Favorite Mistake."

No Doubt singer Stefani, 45, shimmied and moved like Jagger across the Sunset Cliffs Stage and sang with impressive authority on "It's My Life," "Hey Baby," "Excuse Me, Mister" and other favorites from her 29-year-old band's back catalog. And when she sang I was in love during "Simple Kind of Life," the words took on a new weight in light of her recently announced split from Gavin Rossdale, her husband of 13 years.

In a confounding bit of scheduling, No Doubt's 90-minute set was timed to begin at precisely the same time, 8:25 p.m. Friday, as Snoop Dogg concurrent performance on the nearby Grandview Stage. The hip-hop legend was delayed by 20 minutes because of a technical problem with a stage lighting rig. But forcing fans to choose between him and No Doubt, even if the idea was to mitigate potential overcrowding at either stage, proved both annoying and unnecessary.

Snoop gave a crowd-pleasing performance that included such classics as "Ain't Nuthin' But a G Thang." The audience sang along, word for word.

Earlier in the evening, Los Lobos played its classic "Kiko and the Lavender Moon" as a crescent moon lit up the cloud-free sky. The veteran East Los Angeles band also delivered an energetic medley of The Temptations' "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" and the Allman Brothers' version of the vintage Elmore James rave-up "One Way Out." The Grammy Award-winning group then dedicated its charged version of the Rumel Fuentes-penned ranchera classic "Soy Mexico Americana" to San Diego music mainstay Chunky Sanchez, the leader of the band Los Alacranes.

But it was ladies night, figuratively and literally, that made KAABOO's debut Friday really worth remembering. And with Grace Potter, Brandi Carlile and Minnie Driver scheduled to perform Sunday, the festival should deliver some more grown girl power before it concludes.

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[LIVE PIX] Kaaboo Del Mar Pre-Fest - VIP Party

Kaaboo Del Mar Pre-Fest - VIP Party
Del Mar Fairgrounds
Del Mar, California (USA)
17 September 2015

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Tonight I was invited to a private show by the incomparable Sheryl Crow. The 36 time Grammy nominee did not disappoint. Her set was rocking right from the first song. She covered all her hits from her 9 album catalogue. ALL I WANT DO, got the crowd up and singing along to every word, she followed that up with LEAVING LAS VEGAS, STEVE MCQUEEN, IF IT MAKES YOU HAPPY, MY FAVORITE MISTAKE and many many more.

Sheryl had the crowd so engaged that every time she started singing another song the crowd sang along throughout the entire song. I must admit I found myself singing along as well. I had seen Sheryl way back in 94 at the Street scene festival in San Diego and had met her at that time. I thought then that her music was fresh, and now all these years later her music still resonates with the people and with me. I found myself reflecting on those times back when I heard her first record TUESDAY MORNING BREAKFEST CLUB.

Sheryl is playing Friday night as well I might go see her show again. I found myself humming along with her many hits all the way home, just like the first time I heard her. If you get a chance to catch her on this tour you won’t be disappointed. If you like to rock and sing along this is a perfect show for you.

ROCMANROCKS

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[NEWS] Sheryl to perform at Neil Young's School Bridge Benefit Concert



The lineup for Neil Young‘s annual Bridge School Benefit Concert has been revealed. This year Young has tapped Sheryl Crow, Dixie Chicks, Ryan Adams, St. Vincent, and many more to perform at the prestigious event, which raises funds for children with seven physical impairments and complex communication needs. Watch the video announcement above.

The Bridge School Benefit Concert will take place on October 24th and 25th at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. Other artists performing at the two-day concert include Gary Clark Jr., Spoon, Nils Lofgren and Neil Young and Promise of the Real.

For more about the Bridge School Benefit Concert at their website. You can donate by clicking here.


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[VIDEO] Audley Freed, Robert Kearns & Sheryl Crow wishing Harry's Guitar Shop a happy 30th Anniversary

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[BITS&PIECES] #3 - The Minus Man

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[JUST STUFF] Sheryl "Crow Dance" loop うる星やつら

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[LIVE VIDEO] Sheryl & Vince - "Ooh, Las Vegas"

"Ooh, Las Vegas, ain't no place for a poor boy like me!" (twang, twang, twang). Sheryl + Tele chops courtesy of Mr. Vince Gill.

Audience Recording. DAR Constitution Hall, Washington D.C. - 10 January 2015.

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[LIVE PIX] American Music Festival - Day 3 - Virginia Beach

American Music Festival
Virginia Beach Oceanfront
Virginia Beach, Virginia (USA)
6 September 2015


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By Scott Colvin
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In the past two decades Sheryl Crow has cemented herself as one of America’s most talented songwriters and performers of my generation. Her songs swing from sunshine and good times to heartache and pain with ease, and she has always possessed the ability to be a little bit rock and roll and a little bit country.

Crow showed all of her sides Labor Day Weekend in Virginia Beach with a career spanning hour and a half set on the beach, appropriately enough.

Crow opened the show with three of her most popular songs “Steve McQueen,” “A Change Would Do You Good” and her first BIG hit “All I Wanna Do,” which still shakes and grooves 21 years after Tuesday Night Music Club’s release. She soon followed up with another Tuesday track — “Can’t Cry Anymore.”

The hits kept coming as she and her talented band played “My Favorite Mistake” and “The First Cut is the Deepest.”

As with any Crow show (I’ve been to a few over the years) my favorite moment is when she plays the gorgeous “Strong Enough.” The longing and anxiousness in her voice just resonates so strongly with me, and after all of these years I still get choked up when I hear it live or on record.

Shortly after Crow sang her part of the Kid Rock song “Picture.” After the first chorus of “Picture,” the band erupted into the anthemic “If It Makes You Happy” which revved up the already enthusiastic crowd. The biggest moment of the night though was when she played the sun-drenched “Soak Up The Sun” which was by far the most popular song of the evening as the crowd was singing along and dancing from start to finish. The only thing that would have made this moment even more perfect is if it was happening during the daytime and everyone was in their beach attire like in some Frankie and Annette movie.

Crow closed out her set with the always popular “Every Day is a Winding Road” before encoring with a meaty and big beaty cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll” which Crow and her band simply devoured with wild abandon.

There’s no better way to say goodbye to summer than experiencing Sheryl Crow perform on a beach. I can’t imagine anyone left this show without humming one of her songs while sauntering on the Boardwalk and enjoying one last breath of summer.

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[PIX] At the Lake Wappapello for the Labour Day Weekend!



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"Happy Labor Day weekend from "the tree," where you can touch bottom! Lake Wappapello is the spot! "

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"Crow sisters getting ready to embark on our annual ski!"

My once-a-year ski! Not bad for a couple old #Missouri chicks!

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[NEW BOOTLEG] Straight to the Bowl - 7 August 2015

STRAIGHT TO THE BOWL
Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, California (USA)
Friday 07 August 2015

CD Audio – Hi-Fi Stereo
Audience Recording
94 Minutes
Taper: Scooter123

NOTE FROM THE TAPER: I mix and edit the shows for me, and my ears. If you don't care for the mix, then get your own rig and record shows.

The true thanks go not to me, but to the taping community behind whose footsteps I have followed, including those who have perfected the art of stealth recordings, the makers of the stealthy mikes, cords, adapters, and preamps, and those who have graciously shared their recording techniques.

I am merely a mike stand with a credit card and driver's license.

As always, I don't care what you do with these files, once you download them--they are yours now, except these files are not for sale, free trade only. You can thank me by uploading something of a similar genre or trading with me, so I can.

Regards,
Scooter

TRACKLISTING

1. Maybe Angels
2. A Change
3. Banter
4. Run Baby Run
5. Summer Day
6. My Favorite Mistake
7. Give It To Me
8. Banter
9. The First Cut is the Deepest
10. Leaving Las Vegas
11. Best of Times
12. Always on Your Side
13. Am I Getting Through
14. Are You Strong Enough
15. All I Want to Do
16. If It Makes You Happy
17. Soak Up The Sun
18. Everyday is a Winding Road
19. I Shall Believe

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All tracks use lossless FLAC, linear PCM at the standard 1411 kbps (CD Audio)

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[NEWS] Some new info about the upcoming Sheryl's album from Mr. Vince Gill!

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[2016] NEW DATE ADDED: NAVC Conference

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[VIDEO] Nick Faye & The Deputies - Sheryl Crow

I know nothing about Nick Faye & The Deputies, except they are a Canadian indie folk/rock band from Regina, Saskatchewan, and that they have a new song out called 'Sheryl Crow'. Check it out! (https://nickfaye.bandcamp.com/)

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