Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow: Stevie Nicks Is Too Tough On Herself And It ‘Makes Me Frustrated’

The two became popular in different years, and they built a profitable friendship. Stevie Nicks revealed that her bond with the younger singer, Sheryl Crow, is one of her most highly valued. They’ve sung together many times, and Nicks even thought about taking Crow in as a part of Fleetwood Mac. While they both value their relationship, there’s one major trait of Nicks that infuriates Sheryl.
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Sheryl Crow says she doesn’t want to explain “WAP” to her kids

Sheryl Crow may be a musician, but that doesn’t mean she’s going to let her sons listen to whatever kind of music they want. In a snippet of her new interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, the singer says she polices what kind of music her kids — 12-year-old Levi and 15-year-old Wyatt — are exposed to.
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Sheryl Crow Reveals How She Got Mick Jagger to Play on Her Rolling Stones Cover

Click here to read the full article. Sheryl Crow certainly has friends in high places. The singer-songwriter stopped by The Kelly Clarkson Show on Tuesday (May 17) to chat about her new greatest hits album, Sheryl, which accompanies a new Showtime documentary of the same name about Crow that premiered at South by Southwest on March 1. Crow explained to Clarkson that Sheryl — which is two discs and features 35 songs — encompasses “songs that everybody knows,” as well as songs featured in the documentary, and three new songs, including a cover of The Rolling Stones‘ 1969 track “Live With...

Sheryl Crow Says Breast Cancer Is 'Treatable If Caught Early'

Sheryl Crow was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer in 2006; she had caught it early, thanks to her annual mammogram. Later, in 2012, she found out that she also had a benign brain tumor called a meningioma, according to CBS News. Crow was able to identify and treat her...

Why Singer Sheryl Crow Is Happy She Never Got Married

Sheryl Crow is getting real about her love life in her new documentary simply titled Sheryl. She promoted the new documentary on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show and talked about how happy she is that she never got married. The 60-year-old admitted that she almost got married three times. She’s...

Derek Talks with Grammy Award Winner Sheryl Crow

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – This week is National Women’s Health Week and 9-time Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow is a big advocate for routine health screenings, including mammograms. Derek got the chance to talk with her about that, along with her love for basketball and where she’s found her...
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National Women’s Health Week interview with Sheryl Crow

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - It’s National Women’s Health Week and CBS46 spoke to GRAMMY Award-winning singer Sheryl Crow and Dr. Arlene Richardson about the importance of getting regular health screenings. Crow is a breast cancer survivor. Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death in women and...

Sheryl Crow

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow is trying to get women to be screened for breast cancer. She spoke on Good Day New York about it.

Sheryl Crow Breaks Down Her New Documentary ‘Sheryl’ on ‘Rolling Stone on Twitch’

Multi-Grammy award winning superstar Sheryl Crow stopped by Rolling Stone’s Twitch channel this past week to talk about her new documentary Sheryl and three new songs on it’s accompanying soundtrack. Sheryl has been in the works for a while, but Sheryl herself indicated in this interview that she was very hesitant to even tell her story until other musicians pushed her.

Rock queen Sheryl Crow gets candid about cancer, mental health & more with new documentary

7NewsDC — Rock and roll queen Sheryl Crow is one of the most decorated musicians of our time -- selling more than 50 million albums, winning nine Grammys, and performing around the world for more than 30 years. The acclaimed musician and mom is also a breast cancer survivor, which she speaks candidly about in her brand new documentary on Showtime. Sheryl discussed her mission to raise awareness of breast cancer screenings with Hologic and what it was like to reflect on a lifetime of highs and lows with the film.