Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow: “It’s shocking that after 231 years we’ve never had a woman President”

The singer/songwriter has released a new version of her track 'Woman In The White House' ahead of November's momentous election

NME recommends: the song that reminds me of Glastonbury

In another world, by now we'd have made the pilgrimage to Worthy Farm, set up camp and got ourselves ready to enjoy a few...

Watch Sheryl Crow’s soothing cover of George Harrison’s ‘Beware Of Darkness’

She performed the song as a guest on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert'

Sheryl Crow remembers starting her solo career during grunge’s golden era: “I felt like a man without a country”

Sheryl Crow has admitted that when she started her solo career in the early 90s she "felt like a man without a country." Read...

Sheryl Crow saw “really strange” things during her time as Michael Jackson’s backing singer

Sheryl Crow has recalled how she saw "really strange" things during her years working as one of Michael Jackson's backing singers. The country legend, 57,...

This Smiths fan has covered up his Morrissey tattoo with Sheryl Crow

A Smiths fan has decided to remove a Morrissey tattoo and replace it with one honouring Sheryl Crow instead. Ryan Mangione had the DIY tattoo of the singer's name...

The story of Glastonbury 2019 in photos

Day One: The hill's got a friendly new addition Festival-goers enjoy the evening light during day one of Glastonbury Festival. Day one: what's that I...

Sheryl Crow dedicates ‘Soak Up The Sun’ to Greta Thunberg at Glastonbury

A day after hundreds of Glastonbury 2019 festival-goers joined the Extinction Parade protest, Sheryl Crow kept up this year's theme of environmental activism by...

All she wants to do is… halt climate change? A Glastonbury-bound Sheryl Crow is “at peace” with releasing her final album

Sheryl Crow famously told us that "a change would do you good", and she's clearly following her own advice now by announcing that new...
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