News featuring Sheryl Crow

The following news stories mention Sheryl Crow. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 3 hours ago.

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  • iamamiwhoami: blue

    blue isn't only the most satisfying record in this collective's discography; it's also one of the best albums released this year.

    "When all has gone to blazes I start to run / Until I find places where nobody's gone" --"Fountain" We've come a very long way since those vaginal aluminum foil trees had ejaculate arrows getting shot through them. For those playing catch-up, Jonna Lee, who got her start by trying to be Sweden's answer to Sheryl Crow, started releasing extremely surreal, occasionally sexual, and sometimes downright nightmarish video clips under the iamamiwhoami moniker in late…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

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  • Hilary Duff’s “Chasing The Sun”: Review Revue

    Hilary Duff‘s got us wishing we were hanging out by the beach on this Monday afternoon with her breezy new comeback single, “Chasing The Sun.” While the airy, “folkier-type” Colbie Caillat-penned tune had us remembering Metamorphosis (and Sheryl Crow‘s “Soak Up The Sun”), we were also sort of left hoping for a bit more of ... More »

    Read the complete article at www.idolator.com

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  • Pop Montreal Reveals Initial 2014 Lineup with Panda Bear, Ronnie Spector, Twin Shadow, Sheryl Crow

    Pop Montreal is coming up yet again this September, and today (June 4) festival organizers revealed their first batch of headliners. By the looks of things, the 13th annual event, which takes place across Montreal from September 17 to 21, may boast the fest's most diverse lineup yet. Notable acts at the festival include Animal Collective member and renowned solo artist Panda Bear, cult heroes Donnie & Joe Emerson, Ronettes' legend Ronnie Spector, veteran songwriter Suzanne Vega, Mark Kozelek's Sun Kil Moon project and '80s pop revivalist Twin Shadow. The fest even includes a performance...Read More

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

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