If beauty is only skin deep then Nashville must have some pretty thick skin. Nashville Lifestyle's magazine recently released their list of that city's 25 most beautiful people and several country stars made the grade.
It's 2 for 1 on today's Pick It or Kick It new song poll. Check out new tunes from Sheryl Crow and Justin Moore. Click to give them a listen and tell us "Pick It" if you like it, or "Kick It" if you don't.
Sheryl Crow didn't need to change much to fit in with Nashville's top female vocalists, and on the best songs from her 'Feels Like Home' album, she didn't. An easy (no pun intended), direct delivery serves the "newcomer" well.
Every September, country music fans anxiously await the announcement of the year's CMA Awards nominees. In 2013, Florida Georgia Line and Sheryl Crow are the lucky artists who get to announce those nominees.
Chris Cagle couldn't quite hold up against 2013 ACMs Album of the Year nominees Little Big Town in Wednesday's Showdown. The foursome took down Cagle's new single with their latest effort, 'Your Side of the Bed,' and they're hoping that Thursday will bring them similar luck both online and on Taste of Country Nights radio as they face Sheryl Crow's 'Easy.'
CRS is an yearly event where people who work in radio, from the artists to the announcers, converge on Nashville. Seminars are held during the day and entertainment is everywhere at night. Its a chance for country newcomers to be heard and seen. Scotty McCreery sang a new song for the crowd at the Grand Ole Opry called 'Gotta See You Tonight.' Miranda Lambert teamed up with Sheryl Crow for a tune and Charlie Worshamsang with John Oates from Hall & Oates. Check out the videos for all three.
If you're excited about the fourth season of 'The Voice,' then we have some good news for you: Blake Shelton has picked his mentor for the show next season -- the one and only Sheryl Crow. Now, that's a pair to sing about!
Singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow has revealed that a brain tumor is what has been causing recent memory lapses. The star and longtime friend to country music recently told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that she visited a doctor after becoming frustrated with her dulled memory.
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