Posts tagged "Sheryl Crow"

Sheryl Crow Wasn’t A Fan Of Jennifer Lopez’s Performance At The American Music Awards: “Less Pole Dancing Please”

Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea closed the American Music Awards last night (November 23) with a jaw-dropping performance of Diplo-produced club-banger "Booty". It was generally praised as one of the best moments of an otherwise lackluster night but the sexy spectacle obviously didn't sit well with Sheryl Crow. The veteran singer/songwriter jumped o…
By: Mike Wass / November 24, 2014

The 50 Best Pop Singles Of 1994 (Featuring New Interviews With Ace Of Base, TLC, Lisa Loeb, Real McCoy & Haddaway)

As 2014 draws to a close, one thing that stands out the most about this year is the huge wave of artists who broke international barriers and crossed over into our pop music consciousness. And we're not just talking about the UK, where Disclosure, Sam Smith, Charli XCX, Ella Henderson and Clean Bandit hail from…
By: Robbie Daw / November 20, 2014

Colbie Caillat’s “Try” Lyric Video: Watch Her Go Makeup-Free With Sara Bareilles & Others

Yesterday, Colbie Caillat surprised fans by pulling a small-scale Beyonce and releasing Gypsy Heart Side A, a five-track EP that is to precede the singer-songwriter's full-length Gypsy Heart album (due out later this year). The Babyface-produced "Try" serves as a single for this particular appetizer of Caillat's. “We did four or five songs. I love…
By: Robbie Daw / June 10, 2014

Blake Shelton & Sheryl Crow Get Festive On “Silent Night”: Listen

Well! Everyone is getting mighty festive, including country superstar and The Voice judge Blake Shelton, who has just released a cover of the Yuletide standard "Silent Night" with his old pal Sheryl Crow. The campy cover artwork aside (that outfit! That pose!), it's a solid offering from the country king, pairing his twangy, raspy vocals with the more velvety vocal styling…
By: Sam Lansky / December 10, 2013

Watch HAIM Cover Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough”

The three sisters of HAIM were raised on '90s radio, and their music refracts all those influences into an exciting pop tangle. Amidst their cornucopia of reference points, though, is a clear reverence for strong female acts from that era: Fiona Apple, Alanis Moriessette, Spice Girls. And, of course, there's Sheryl Crow, who similarly churned…
By: Carl Williott / August 9, 2013

Sheryl Crow To Mentor Blake Shelton’s Team On ‘The Voice’

While Lance Armstrong thrashes against the current of ill will flooding over him from a betrayed American public, his ex Sheryl Crow has announced she'll be a mentor on the upcoming season of NBC's The Voice. Crow will coach Blake Shelton's team, a spot that has been filled previously by Kelly Clarkson and Reba McEntire.
By: Carl Williott / January 22, 2013

‘Michael Jackson: Bad25′: Watch The Spike Lee Documentary

During the making of 1987's Bad, Michael Jackson wrote "100,000,000" in red Sharpie on every mirror that he used — as in, number of copies he hoped to sell. Jackson wanted to outdo his success with Thriller, and as Spike Lee's new documentary reveals, he turned to a wide range of sources, both…
By: Christina Lee / November 23, 2012

The 10 Best James Bond Songs (Until Adele’s 007 ‘Skyfall’ Theme Drops)

Rumor has it the producers of the next James Bond film, Skyfall, have only one diva in their sights for the sure-to-be-blockbuster theme song: multiple-Grammy-winner Adele! Nothing has been officially confirmed by either camp, but we think the platinum 21 songbird is an ideal fit for the classic James Bond motif. Not only…
By: John Hamilton / October 1, 2012

Spike Lee’s Michael Jackson Doc ‘Bad 25′ To Air On Thanksgiving

Today (Aug. 29) would have been Michael Jackson's 54th birthday, so it's fitting that Spike Lee's Bad 25 documentary — about the King of Pop's seminal follow-up to Thriller — has finally found a home. On Thanksgiving (Nov. 22) ABC will air Lee's in-depth look at the making of Bad and its impact 25 year…
By: Carl Williott / August 29, 2012

Sheryl Crow Diagnosed With Benign Brain Tumor

Sheryl Crow bravely won her fight against breast cancer in 2006, but the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has revealed that she has struggled with another serious health issue. The 50-year-old "If It Makes You Happy" singer has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, though, thankfully, it's benign. "I worried about my memory so much that I went and…
By: Becky Bain / June 5, 2012

Rihanna Gets Loud With Steven Spielberg At Cancer Benefit (PHOTOS)

Fresh off of her surprise performance at Coachella's first weekend, Rihanna performed for quite a different Cali audience on Tuesday night (Apr. 18). The "influential" pop star took the stage at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 15th Annual An Unforgettable Evening benefit for the EIF's Women's Cancer Research Fund.
By: Erika Brooks Adickman / April 19, 2012

The Morning Mix: Lady Gaga Is A Classy Football Fan

Did You Hear? :: Lady Gaga enjoys a football game like any normal sports fan - wearing a diamond-encrusted tutu while pouring out extremely expensive champagne. [Celebuzz] :: Ke$ha gets patriotic while pimping out her Baby-G watch line. [Just Jared] :: Sheryl Crow will write the score to a new Broadway…
By: Becky Bain / September 21, 2011

Mariah Carey And Kylie Minogue To Give Tree Lighting Special A Dose Of Diva

NBC's 13th annual Christmas In Rockefeller Center special just got a lot more festive with the announcement of its lineup of performers this year: Merry Christmas II You mom-to-be Mariah Carey, Kylie Minogue, Susan Boyle, Annie Lennox (who has her own A Christmas Cornucopia out November 16), Sheryl Crow, Jessica Simpson,…
By: Robbie Daw / November 5, 2010

Justin Timberlake Is A No-Show In Sheryl Crow’s “Sign Your Name” Video

Occasional singer Justin Timberlake provides vocals on Sheryl Crow's cover of Terence Trent D'Arby's 1988 hit "Sign Your Name." Alas, he's nowhere to be found in the music video for the tune, which appears on Crow's recent Top 10 album 100 Miles From Memphis. Head below to watch ageless Sheryl's latest,…
By: Robbie Daw / September 17, 2010

Eminem’s ‘Recovery’ #1 For A Fifth Week, Holds Off Rick Ross And Sheryl Crow

In its fifth week at #1 on the Billboard Top 200, Eminem's unstoppable Recovery sold another 187,000 copies and fended off new albums from Rick Ross and Sheryl Crow. Even more painful—Jonas Brothers' latest, the Jonas L.A. soundtrack, was beat on the chart by the 18th installment of the Kidz Bo…
By: Robbie Daw / July 28, 2010

The 10 Most Absurd Influences Seen In Miley Cyrus’ “Can’t Be Tamed” Music Video

Miley Cyrus spread her wings and left the cozy Disney nest yesterday with her "Look how grown up I am!" music video for "Can't Be Tamed." While watching the Hannah Montana star strut like a proud peacock (in a corset worth the price of a college tuition), we couldn't help but notice that…
By: Erika Brooks Adickman / May 5, 2010

‘Good Morning America’ Summer Concert Series Lines Up Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers And More

Good Morning America announced its annual summer concert series, and it looks like there's something for everybody—that is, if absolutely no one is a fan of indie rock music. Jump below to check out the lineup.
By: Becky Bain / April 29, 2010

Lilith Fair 2010 Lineup Includes More Than Pretty Faces

It's been eleven years since the last Lilith Fair toured the country, and it's interesting to note who's still making relevant music over a decade later: past performers Sheryl Crow, Tegan & Sara (they played one date of the last incarnation), Erykah Badu, The Indigo Girls and Lilith Fair founder Sarah McLachlan are…
By: Becky Bain / December 10, 2009

“30 Rock” Brings Together A Few Voices That Care

Last night's 30 Rock season finale closed out with a grand parody of one of those celebrity-studded benefit songs, a la "We're Sending Our Love Down This Well" and "What's Going On '01." "Kidney Now!" saw Cyndi Lauper, Michael McDonald, Mary J. Blige, Elvis Costello, Norah Jones, and a slew of other well/sorta-well-know…
By: Maura / May 15, 2009

David Lynch Gets Half The Beatles Back Together

Ringo Starr has been added to the lineup of next month's concert benefiting The David Lynch Foundation For Consciousness-Based Education And World Peace, which already had Paul McCartney and Eddie Vedder (and,…
By: Maura / March 5, 2009
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