The singer-songwriter says Jackson's manager harassed her while she toured with the pop star.
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"At a certain point, I had to let go of the mythology of what I had told myself about what life looks like," says the singer-songwriter.
“I think that it took me until I got diagnosed with breast cancer to figure out that love is not something that you tap dance to get,” said Crow, whose exes include Lance Armstrong, Eric Clapton, Owen Wilson and Josh Charles.
Sheryl Crow talks about changing her perception of motherhood before adopting her two sons.
Sheryl Crow is praising Walmart for its decision to stop selling certain weapons and ammunition, decades after the store banned her album because of lyrics referencing its gun sales.
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Before Sheryl Crow was headlining her own venues, she was a backup singer, memorably joining Michael Jackson on his "Bad Tour" from 1987 to 1989. While it helped her career, it was during that time period that Jackson befriended young James Safechuck and Wade Robson, who later accused him of sexual abuse in the documentary "Leaving Neverland."
P!nk absolutely slayed her performance of the national anthem at the Super Bowl while fighting the flu. However, her killer voice wasn't the only thing came out of her mouth.
When Sheryl Crow took to the stage at the espnW Women + Sports Summit, she managed to touch on both tragedies and uplift the audience at the same time following the emotional day. “We’ve all got heavy hearts tonight not just about Vegas but from losing someone close to us,” Crow said during her twilight performance at the Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Beach, California. The Grammy winner went on to belt out her hit “If It Makes You Happy” as a tribute to the millions of people who the late singer made happy during his solo career and also with The Heartbreakers, and succeeded in getting the crowd — including ESPN talent and top executives — up and dancing.
It's not just your Facebook friends. It seems the whole country — including a lot of Hollywood stars — is keyed up about this solar eclipse.
The legendary singer-songwriter, whose new album is "Be Myself," gets up close and personal in a candid, career-spanning interview.
Lance Armstrong proposed to his girlfriend of nearly a decade, Anna Hansen, with whom he has two children.
This week also saw new releases from Barry Manilow, Robin Hitchcock, Incubus, Procol Harum, Ron Sexsmith, Steps, Imelda May, and Texas.
Lance Armstrong has nothing but love for his ex-fiancée Sheryl Crow. The former cyclist, who famously admitted in 2013 to doping during his seven-victory run as champion of the Tour de France, spoke highly of Crow on Monday on The Howard Stern Show.
The 1990s were in many ways a golden age for women in music. The Lilith Fair festival was a hot ticket, female-fronted and co-ed bands ruled at rock radio, and artists like Alanis Morissette, Fiona Apple, Sarah McLachlan, Shawn Colvin, and Jewel dominated the Grammys and VMAs.
The season finale of ABC’s music summer series Greatest Hits got off to a great start when Ariana Grande hit the stage for an epic Whitney Houston tribute.
Little Big Town started off this week’s Greatest Hits Thursday night with an amazing stripped-down performance of Sheryl Crow’s 2002 hit, “Soak Up the Sun.” The country quartet of Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet took the stage and sang a sweet a cappella version of the first single from Crow’s album C’mon C’mon.
On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, Usher, John Mellencamp, Heart, Josh Groban, Dan Reynolds, and Sheryl Crow banded together to tell politicians to stop using their songs during their campaigns. The unauthorized use of musicians’ songs seems to come up every election season and this one is no exception. During the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump entered the stage to “We Are the Champions” by Queen.
For Steven Bochco, 1990 was his year to conduct a grand experiment that crashed and burned: 'Cop Rock.' Now you can watch the entire series on DVD.
<p>Singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow filled every nook and cranny of her stunning 50-acre Nashville property—which includes a house, a church, <em>and</em> a barn—with unexpected finds from a lifetime of junking. (Hey, if it makes her happy.)</p><p><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.countryliving.com/home-design/house-tours/g3299/sheryl-crow-nashville-home-tour/">From Country Living</a></p>