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[NEWS] ClTY WINERY OPEN CONCERT CANCELLED



City Winery Open, a new two-day music and food festival that was scheduled to include performances by Aretha Franklin and Sheryl Crow, will not happen this year after all. Organizers of the event, which was to take place at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens on Sept. 17-18, have announced that the inaugural Open has been canceled and will instead be held next year, on Sept. 16-17, 2017.

“We needed much more time to fully produce an event of this magnitude,” Michael Dorf, City Winery’s founder and chief executive, said in a statement to ticket holders, who will receive a full refund.

“We sincerely apologize for the premature and unprepared enthusiasm that fueled going on sale with this unprecedented festival,” he added. “We really want the first year to be a huge success and just need the additional time to make it work correctly.”

The bill, which was announced on July 21, also included Jakob Dylan and the Wallflowers, Josh Ritter, Deer Tick and more; the chefs involved included Daniel Boulud and Marcus Samuelsson.

SOURCE: NYT

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[VIDEO] Match Game S01Ep05

I've just uploaded the latest episode of "Match Game" (with Sheryl as guest) for those of you who live outside of the United States. Enjoy!
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[2016 TOUR] NEW DATE ADDED!

Willie Nelson and Blackbird Presents are proud to announce the first-ever Outlaw Music Festival, taking place Sunday, Sept. 18 at Montage Mountain. This year’s festival will feature performances by Willie Nelson & Family, Neil Young + Promise of the Real, Sheryl Crow, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Lee Ann Womack, and Brothers Osborne. Additional performers and special events will be announced in the coming weeks.

Artist fan clubs and Citi card member pre-sales begin this Wednesday, July 27 at 10 a.m. and run through Thursday, July 28 at 10 p.m. For complete Citi card member pre-sale details through Citi’s Private Pass Program, visit citiprivatepass.com.

Tickets for the general public go on sale this Friday, July 29 at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster outlets,

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[VIDEO] "Don't Use Our Song"

RADIO.COM - Last week at the Republican National Convention there were a number of songs used without permission, notably Queen’s “We Are the Champions” and the Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

On last night’s (July 24) Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the show’s host took a look back at the history of the practice of using songs without permission, including Ronald Reagan’s infamous use of Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A.” as well as Sarah Palin using Heart’s “Barracuda,” the Democratic National Convention using Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors,” and Donald Trump’s recent use of R.E.M.’s “It’s the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine).”

So, artists took to Last Week Tonight to record a rather hilarious song, “Don’t Use Our Song,” warning politicians in no uncertain terms, to not even try it. The all-star track featured Usher, Michael Bolton, Sheryl Crow, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, John Mellencamp, Cyndi Lauper and Josh Groban.

Will the Democrats heed their warning, as the DNC is about to start? Only time will tell.
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[NEWS] Sheryl to perform on ABC’s ‘Greatest Hits’

Sheryl is joining Cyndi Lauper, Celine Dion, Adam Lambert and Nelly to perform on the live final of ABC’s summer music series, Greatest Hits. Additional performers will be confirmed at a later date. The series, hosted by comedian, Arsenio Hall, features new and veteran acts performing songs from the 1980s, 90s, and 00s. Sheryl Greatest Hits episode scheduled to air on Thursday, August 4th at 9 p.m. EST on local ABC affiliate stations.

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[NEWS] Match Game

Sheryl will appear on this week's episode of MATCH GAME! Don't forget to tune in to ABC this sunday!

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[LIVE VID] The Difficult Kind - 4 July in Nashville

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[LIVE PIX] Lifetouch 80th Anniversary Private Concert (15 July)

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Minneapolis Convention Center
Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA)
15 July 2016

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[QUOTES] Ears of Crow

I found this cool quote about Sheryl while I was reading "Alan Parson's Art & Science Of Sound Recording", a terrific book about the creative and technical genius of Alan Parson.

Nice find, eh? She never cease to amaze me :-)

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[LIVE REPORT] Festival d'été de Québec - 12 July

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Festival d'été de Québec 2016
Bell Stage
Plaines d'Abraham, Quebec City, Quebec (Canada)
12 July 2016

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REVIEW #1

Sheryl Crow’s Tuesday Night Music Club in Quebec City

By Andrew Greenfield
lifeinquebec.com

Sheryl Crow travels a winding road in front of a packed crowd on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City.

Quebec City’s Plains of Abraham were full of cowboy hats and cowboy and cowgirl boots in anticipation of the Festival d’été de Québec’s second country music evening.

2015 saw local boy Robby Johnson, then Bobby Barzini and megastar Keith Urban grace the main stage and that was deemed a success by festival-goers and organisers alike.

The 2016 version saw Sheryl Crow and Brad Paisley take to the Bell Stage.

Two big hitters, with Sheryl Crow up first.

Blues, country, folk, rock, pop – this American singer-songwriter from Kennett, Missouri plays all genres.

Crow, once an elementary school music teacher and backing singer for Michael Jackson today has eight albums of her own (50 million worldwide sales and counting) and nine grammy awards awards to her name.

At bang on 7.30pm she opened up her 15-track set with Every day is a winding road asking ‘How ya feelin’ out there?‘

The singer set off across the stage, acknowledging fans with a radiant smile as she went.

‘Merci beaucoup’, said Crow as she continued with her performance.

With plenty of material to choose from, the award-winning singer played a mixture of her hits including All I wanna do, Every day is a winding road, Soak up the sun, If it makes you happy, and a brilliant cover of Cat Stevens’ First cut is the deepest.

Changing instruments throughout the evening to suit the songs she was playing, she demonstrated that she’s at home with a guitar by her side. And if not playing it, then it was slung across her back as she sang.

Real Gone, the soundtrack to Cars, and Led Zeppelin’s Rock & Roll allowed Crow to show off her guitar playing skills. Skills always accompanied with a big smile.

Sheryl Crow did play some of her country tracks, and these went down well with the stetson-clad crowd.

‘We’re going to go all the way back to the very beginning’, said Crow before launching into All I wanna do from the early 1990’s.

‘Do you remember Cat Stevens?’, asked the singer before delivering a beautiful version of The first cut is the deepest.

With the crowd singing along ‘You sound good’, she exclaimed.

Kisses were blown and thrown to the audience and they were reciprocated.

‘My French sucks’, said Crow. I don’t think anyone could have cared less. Everyone was there for the music.

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REVIEW #2

Sheryl Crow lance la soirée country pour le FEQ 2016

By Stephanie Nolin
http://showbizz.net

La chanteuse américaine, originaire du Missouri, a lancé les festivités country sur les plaines d’Abraham, devant une foule compacte.

Alors que Sheryl Crow a longtemps été considérée comme une artiste pop rock, elle a fait le saut il y a quelques années du côté de country et poursuit depuis sa trajectoire professionnelle dans ce genre. Il était donc tout naturel de lui offrir la première partie de Brad Paisley, pour la soirée New Country du Festival d’été de Québec.

L’artiste de 54 ans (qui ne semblait pas apprécier outre mesure la présence des caméras des médias) est arrivée pimpante sur scène, avec son équipage country formé de six musiciens. Elle a tenté de faire lever la fête, à grand renfort de titres très connus grappillés dans son répertoire des 20 dernières années, avec un succès parfois mitigé.

Évidemment, les nombreux spectateurs présents ont réagi avec bonheur et force à des succès comme « All I Wanna Do », « The First Cut is the Deepest », « If It Makes you Happy » et « Soak Up the Sun », mais ceux-ci étaient visiblement là pour l’acte principal de Paisley. Au fil du parcours, l’engouement s’est toutefois fait de plus en plus sentir, ce qui a semblé rassurer la chanteuse.

Celle-ci s’est exprimée en français tout au long du spectacle, ce qui en soit en admirable. Si les salutations et les remerciements étaient convenables, le reste est malheureusement demeuré peu intelligible. Crow a même mélangé ses pinceaux à un certain moment et répondu à la foule en espagnol. On peut toutefois louer ses efforts.

En fin de compte, l’artiste a reçu les applaudissements qu’elle méritait pour s’être démenée pendant plus d’une heure devant une foule au départ peu réceptive. Elle est même revenue pour un rappel non prévu, avec les titres « Stop Children What’s That Sound » de Buffalo Springfield et « Nobody’s Business », un luxe que n’a pas eu Hedley quelques jours plus tôt. Énergique et très en voix, Crow avait clairement sa place dans la programmation du Festival d’été de Québec et aurait même pu être la tête d’affiche du spectacle. Maintenant, place à Brad Paisley!

Voici la liste des chansons interprétées par Sheryl Crow ce soir :

Everyday is a Winding Road
A Change Would Do You Good
All I Wanna Do
My Favorite Mistake
Can’t Cry Anymore
The First Cut is the Deepest
Strong Enough
The Difficult Kind
Real Gone
You’re an Original
Best of Times
Picture / If It Makes You Happy
Soak Up The Sun
For What it’s Worth
Rock and Roll (reprise de Led Zeppelin)

Rappel

Stop Children what’s That Sound (reprise de Buffalo Springfield)
Nobody’s Business

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REVIEW #2

By Eric Moreault
www.lapresse.ca

Quoique country, dans son sens large. Ceux qui s'attendaient à une version country de Sheryl Crow sont sûrement tombés en bas de leur cheval. C'était une superbe prestation pop-rock fidèle à son répertoire.

Bien sûr, Feels Like Home, le dernier CD de la native du Missouri, navigue dans les tonalités du genre. Et sa carrière de chanteuse pop a toujours puisé aux racines de la musique de cow-boy. Il ne s'agit donc pas d'une «conversion soudaine».

Mardi soir, elle avait sa formation Nashville, avec une guitare slide et même un orgue Hammond vintage. La petite chanteuse au sourire éclatant a à peine modifié ses grands succès, qu'elle a entonnés d'emblée : A Change Would Do You Good; All I Wanna; My Favorite Mistake...

La blonde chanteuse au plaisir communicatif a continué à revisiter son vaste répertoire sans se soucier du canon musical. Outre une très belle version acoustique de First Cut Is The Deepest de Cat Stevens, elle a aussi livré une interprétation dynamique de Real Gone, la chanson-thème du film d'animation... Les bagnoles! Sans parler d'une relecture assez fidèle de Rock'n'roll, l'hymne-fétiche de Led Zeppelin, puis de For What It's Worth, l'hymne pacifiste de Buffalo Springfield.

Il aura fallu attendre les deux tiers du spectacle avant qu'elle entonne une pièce de son album country. Et country, c'est vite dit : son groupe a jammé une version blues de Best of Times, pas piquée des vers. Honnêtement, on s'en fout, c'était parfait.

Avant d'entreprendre sa propre carrière, Crow a été choriste pour Michael Jackson et Don Henley (tiens, tiens, la filière southen rock des Eagles). Or, sa très belle voix cristalline et pleine de ferveur est demeurée intacte.

Sa longue expérience lui a aussi servi. Crow n'a pas insisté sur son répertoire récent : la chanteuse, veste de jeans sur camisole blanche, pantalon de cuir et suède fauve et souliers à talons (très) hauts, a livré une vraie prestation de festival. Un crowd pleaser, comme disent les garçons vachers.

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[LIVE PIX] RIBFEST 2016 - 2 JULY

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40 PHOTOS

Navistar Main Stage
Naperville, Illinois (USA)
2 July 2016

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[LIVE REPORT] LET FREEDOM SING - 4TH JULY IN NASHVILLE


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Let Freedom Sing! Nashville July 4 Concert
Descent Amphitheater
Nashville, Tennessee (USA)
4 July 2016

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SET LIST

Everyday Is A Winding Road
A Change Would Do You Good
First Cut is the Deepest
All I Wanna Do
Run Baby Run
Best of Times
The Difficult Kind
Soak Up The Sun
If It Makes You Happy

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[LIVE BOOTLEG] AT THE FRAZE - 30 JUNE 2016

AT THE FRAZE
Fraze Pavilion
Kettering, Ohio (USA)
30 JUNE 2016

CD Audio – Hi-Fi Stereo
Audience Recording
Total Time: 1:35:44
Taper: Charles Dewey Cole

Location: Section ORCH C, Row B - Seat 18
(see chart here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/seatingchart/180349/14492)
Source: AT853 Cardioids (4.7k mod) > SP-SPSB-11 (@69Hz) > Sony PCM-M10 (24 bit @48kHz) >
Adobe Audition 3.0 (dithered to 16 bit @44.1kHz) > Cd Wave > FLAC
Conversion: Charles Dewey Cole, IV <live2cd@hotmail.com>
Equipment: SanDisk 16GB MicroSD Card > (USB) @ 48kHz > 44.1kHz > Cd Wave

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TRACKLISTING

01. Everyday Is A Winding Road 6:19
02. A Change Would Do You Good 5:46
03. All I Wanna Do 5:25
04. My Favorite Mistake 6:01
05. Can't Cry Anymore 6:40
06. The First Cut Is The Deepest 4:26
07. Strong Enough 4:18
08. Run, Baby, Run 5:47
09. Steve McQueen 5:37
10. The Difficult Kind 7:07
11. You're An Original 5:53
12. Best Of Times 7:52
13. (Picture) > If It Makes You Happy 6:42
14. Soak Up The Sun 5:16
15. ~ Encore ~ 1:58
16. For What It's Worth * 6:01
17. Rock And Roll + 4:37

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[QUICK REVIEW] JAS ASPEN SNOWMASS - 25 JUNE 2016

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[LIVE PIX + SET LIST] Live @ the Fraze in Kettering - 30 June

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25 PHOTOS

Fraze Pavilion
Kettering, Ohio (USA)
30 June 2016

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REVIEW

By Danielle Coots
AXS.com

Sheryl Crow visited the Cincinnati area for a night of wonderment as she ran out onto the stage of the Fraze. Her high energy jumped from the front row all the way back to the last. Her show began and ended her show with the song the made her famous worldwide - Soak up the Sun.

Sheryl began her time in the area with taking her band to Dublin's Pub for lunch and must have been treated pretty well, since she gave a big shout out to them. "I'm just glad Youtube wasn't there to see what *ssholes we were," Crow joked. . Last year, during her concert, she said that they had horrible service and her attitude continued throughout her performance.

But, this year, she was a complete joy- which radiated in her music. She was spunky, delightful and even a bit of a jokester. "Are you strong enough to vote this year?" she asked. "I'm going to run for President in 8 years."

She sang all the well-known songs, but it wasn't until she picked up the harmonica that her talent really shined. For a woman, she can play the sweet, bluesy instrument like no other. She's a skilled artist with the guitar, but she can create a new harmonic sweetness with the harmonica. She's so petite that it almost seemed surprising that such a strong, brass sound could come from her body. Witnessing such a performance was timeless.

After her encore performance, after the cheering fans started filing out of the arena, Sheryl Crow's spirit rested and left with each and every fan allowing them to hope for another year of Sheryl's band coming to the area. The Cincinnati area will always welcome her with open arms.

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VIDEO: THE DIFFICULT KIND

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SET LIST

Everyday is a Winding Road
A Change Would Do You Good
All I Wanna Do
My Favorite Mistake
Can't Cry Anymore
First Cut is the Deepest
Strong Enough
Run Baby Run
Steve McQueen
The Difficult Kind
You're an Original
Best of Times
Picture/If It Makes You Happy
Soak Up The Sun
For What Its Worth
Rock and Roll

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