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The iconic singer said the recent abortion bans, including in her home state of Missouri, are simply "wrong."
Missouri native Sheryl Crown got personal on the CMT Music Awards red carpet.
The results are funny, weird and gross all at the same time.
The singer returns to her roots with her new album, "Be Myself."
Sheryl Crow thought that she would be the last person to be diagnosed with breast cancer. But in 2006, a routine mammogram revealed otherwise.
A couple months back, I reported on Sheryl Crow's inspirational appearance at the #Blogher16 Conference where she talked about her experience with breast cancer. I received a lot of emails from those who were inspired by the article and Sheryl Crow. Luckily, I was able to personally speak to Crow on Monday morning as Breast Cancer Awareness Month kicked off.
Once Sheryl hit the stage, my disappointment was replaced with happiness and inspiration. Although I really wanted to see her speak about being a victim of misogyny in the music industry, Sheryl wasn't there to portray a victim; she was there to celebrate her tenth anniversary as a breast cancer survivor.
Maren Morris publicity photos by Robby Klein. Put together by their publishers "probably two years ago," Morris said of the
Rockers Set to Rally for Addiction Awareness I have been involved in the field of recovery for years now, and I understand
Many of the regional musicians who recorded in Bristol did not go on to fame and fortune, but their contributions to country music are acknowledged and honored at last in this reimagined tribute project.
Considered by many in the music industry to be the most frustrating place on the charts for a pop single to peak, I have always been fascinated with songs that made their home at #11.
With the Grammys 2015 behind us, I thought it apropos to talk about a typical experience I had while working in Hollywood.
For the first time, Sheryl Crow has scored a musical, and the result is a sold-out show for seven weeks. As I read the review, I battled conflicting emotions: happy, but disappointed that I'd miss this latest turn in Crow's refreshingly unpredictable and musically liberated career.
Like any good business idea, or any opportunity at that, New York City is what you make of it and the people that stay there the longest are the ones who--like entrepreneurs--find their niche and prosper in it.