Sheryl Crow Release Miles From Memphis: Live At The Pantages Theatre. Sheryl Crow will release her Miles From Memphis: Live At The Pantages Theatre DVD/Blu-Ray today, June 7. It will feature 18 songs in hi definition and surround sound and is over 2 hours of the singer/songwriter giving us a spectacular performance. The show was filmed in the fall of 2010 and includes “All I Wanna Do“, “Strong Enough“, “My Favorite Mistake“, plus Marvin Gaye‘s “Got To Give It Up” and Jackson 5‘s “I Want You Back”. The DVD shows Crow touring in support of her album Miles From Memphis along with a 9 piece band that gives a powerful punch! Be sure to catch Crow tomorrow night on CMT or cmt.com for the CMT Awards, where she will be presenting, performing and is nominated! Here is a sneak peak of Miles From Memphis…
Sheryl Crow Is Currently Working On A New Country Album with Brad Paisley. Sheryl Crow is by no means a new face on the music scene, but she has been spending a lot more time on the country side of things recently. She has recorded two songs with Kid Rock, performed “Coal Miner’s Daughter” with Loretta Lynn and Miranda Lambert at the CMA Awards and is also featured on Brad Paisley’s upcoming album. It seems all these baby steps are leading her to a bigger plunge, recording her own all country album. “I already had a pretty strong country influence in my music. You listen to ‘Strong Enough’ and ‘If It Makes You Happy’’, there’s a lot of country influence in there already, but there’s just no pedal steel and no fiddle. The lyrics are nearing what I consider straightforward country lyrics; they’re a little left of center…I’m working on it right now. I’m doing some work with Brad Paisley. I’ve been doing a lot of writing. Hopefully it’ll be out early next year.” -Sheryl Crow Well, we look forward to seeing what you come up with, Sheryl, especially if Brad Paisley is involved!!
McEntire, Brooks, Paisley, Underwood and Others Perform to Honor Former President George H. W. Bush In an upcoming celebration, some of Country Music’s brightest stars are set to perform including Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks,Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Carrie Underwood. The event will also include other stars like Sheryl Crow, and Kid Rock, with more performances to be announced later. The event has been organized by The Points of Light Institute to honor the leadership of former President George H. W. Bush in the American service movement, and to highlight the role voluntary service plays in the betterment of our families and communities nationwide. Former presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush are scheduled to attend as well as President Barack Obama, bringing five of America’s presidents together in the same venue for the first time since President Obama’s inauguration in 2008. The celebration will be taped live on March 21st at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington D.C., and will air Monday, March 28th on NBC. Text COUNTRY to 22828 to be eligible for exclusive text subscriber giveaways from CountryMusicNewsBlog.com!
Sheryl Crow is certainly feelin summer lovin in this lighthearted video for Summer Day Sheryl Crow is ready to bare her traveled soul in 100 Miles to Graceland, and starts on a sunnier note with this friend-made video for Summer Day, the album’s first single. Now I know it’s not the “official” video, but the fact that she enjoyed her friends’ creative mix makes it worth me posting it so thhhpt!Country Music Photo Gallery
Jonathan Cohen, N.Y. Sheryl Crow will return Feb. 5 with her next A&M/Interscope album, “Detours.” The first single, “Shine Over Bayblon,” is at iTunes now. Crow told Billboard.com this summer that the song “is very environmentally conscious, in the tradition of Bob Dylan.” “I’m really encouraging artists to write about what’s going on, because we seem to be very distracted by some lightweight topics,” she added. I think it’s time to start writing about the reality of what’s around us.” In additional comments on her Web site, Crow describes the single as “an every way a desperate cry for understanding. Perhaps it is even a battle song in the face of fear.” “Detours” was recorded at Crow’s Nashville farm and will feature “14 or 15” of the 24 songs put to tape. The artist’s baby son, Wyatt, makes an appearance on the song “Lullaby for Wyatt,” which will be featured in the upcoming movie “Grace Is Gone.” “The songs are very inspired by the last three years of events in my life,” Crow said of a time that found her battling breast cancer and splitting with partner Lance Armstrong. “Detours” is the follow-up to 2005’s “Wildflower,” which debuted at No. 2 on The Billboard 200.Country Music Photo Gallery