Sheryl Crow

Climate Control Projects, presenters of The Big Climate Thing: Concert for People and the Planet announces the on-sale of SINGLE DAY tickets for the three-day concert event that aims to raise awareness, accountability, and action and inspire real-time solutions surrounding the global climate crisis. The line-up is below.

WHEN: September 16-18, 2022.

WHERE: Forest Hills Stadium, NYC

MORE: Daily line-up - Click on Day to Purchase

Sheryl Crow gets it – the beach life, that is. “All I wanna do is have some fun, until the sun comes up over Santa Monica Boulevard,” Crow sang on Sunday during a twilight set on the sand at Redondo Beach, just 15 miles south of the oceanfront Santa Monica Pier. One of the BeachLife Festival’s high-profile performers who first made waves toward prominence in the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, Crow shared top billing with Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer, Stone Temple Pilots, 311, and the Steve Miller Band (who’s first hit was in 1968).

Today, UMe/Big Machine Records releases a new album called Sheryl: Music From The Feature Documentary digitally and on 2CD. The release features Sheryl Crow’s biggest hits, including “If It Makes You Happy,” “Soak Up The Sun, “All I Wanna Do, “My Favorite Mistake, “Redemption Day,” as well as several deep tracks from the American music icon’s catalog.

On March 11, a full-length documentary film directed by Amy Scott, entitled Sheryl about the singer-songwriter's life and career, premiered at SXSW, ahead of the May 6 premiere on SHOWTIME. An intimate story of song and sacrifice, Sheryl navigates an iconic yet arduous musical career while the artist battles sexism, ageism, depression, cancer, and the price of fame, before harnessing the power of her gift.

An eclectic beach-focused lineup of more than 55 top music artists across the spectrum of rock, indie, jam, reggae, and more has been announced for the 3rd edition of BeachLife Festival, Los Angeles County’s only coastal three-day immersive experience uniquely celebrating beach culture. Held May 13-15, 2022, Southern California’s premier live music, art, and culinary experience takes place on the picturesque waterfront in Redondo Beach, CA.

Chris Stapleton returned to the stage over the weekend for three sold-out concerts at Gilford, NH’s Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion. His first shows in 504 days, the performances featured the five-time Grammy Award winner along with his band: Dave Cobb (guitar), J.T. Cure (bass), Paul Franklin (steel guitar), Derek Mixon (drums), Morgane Stapleton (vocals, tambourine) and Mickey Raphael (harmonica) as well as special guest openers Elle King and Nikki Lane.

“Echoes Through The Canyon”—Brandi Carlile’s triumphant return to Washington’s legendary Gorge Amphitheatre—will be simultaneously livestreamed via Veeps on Saturday, August 14 (tickets available here). In addition to Carlile, the historic concert will feature nine-time Grammy Award winning artist, close friend and frequent

Brandi Carlile’s Girls Just Wanna Weekend—a destination concert vacation produced by Cloud 9 Adventures in partnership with The Bowery Presents—will return to the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Mexico February 1-5, 2022, and once again features an all female-fronted lineup. In addition to multiple sets from Carlile, the event will include performances by Sheryl Crow, Tanya Tucker, Indigo Girls, Lucius, Margo Price, Yola,KT Tunstall,&n

As Luck would have it... we’re bringing Willie Nelson’s annual 4th of July Picnic to the people this year; part Picnics past, part what’s to come, and all in the spirit of the Picnic’s storied history. On July 4th, starting at 3:30 pm Central, fans will be able to enjoy interviews with characters from the Picnic’s past, and see new, live performances from their favorite Luck Family artists.

Los Angeles musician/hatmaker Charlie Overbey of Lone Hawk Hats and partner Vanessa Dingwell have joined forces with United Natives (www.UnitedNatives.org) and Dr. Michelle Tom to aid in the COVID-19 crisis faced on the Navajo Nation Reservation.

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