11:03 PM EDT 05/27/2015
Originally posted 09/10/2012 04:05PM
Sheryl Crow suspects that the benign brain tumor she has may have been caused by her cell phone.
"There are no doctors that will confirm that," Crow, 50, said Monday while appearing on the premiere of Katie, the new syndicated talk show hosted by Katie Couric.
"[But] I do have the theory that it's possible that it's related to that. I [used to spend] hours on the old archaic cell phones."
Crow, who says the tumor is in a part of her brain near where she often held her phone, says she started to suspect something was wrong when she began spacing out on stage, forgetting lyrics and generally feeling "mushy."
Originally posted 07/27/2012 02:30PM
It definitely makes her happy.
Sheryl Crow enjoyed a visit to SeaWorld San Diego on Thursday, bringing along sons Wyatt, 4, and Levi, 2, for an aquatic afternoon in Southern California .
The 50-year-old singer and her family got to know a 22-year-old bottlenose dolphin named Steime, shaking hands and fins with the female dolphin and petting her gently as she came in and out of the water.
Originally posted 06/06/2012 06:30AM
Following the announcement that she has a benign brain tumor, an exceedingly upbeat Sheryl Crow has taken to Facebook to address the state of her health.
"Hey everyone," the Grammy winner, 50, has posted, "please don't worry about my 'brain tumor,' it's a non-cancerous growth. I know some folks can have problems with this kind of thing, but I want to assure everyone I'm OK."
Crow, who successfully battled breast cancer in 2006, has a meningioma, a tumor that is typically benign and develops from the brain and spinal cord linings. It should not require surgery.
Originally posted 06/05/2012 04:30PM
Sheryl Crow has a benign brain tumor, the singer revealed in a new interview.
"I worried about my memory so much that I went and got an MRI. And I found out I have a brain tumor," Crow tells the Las Vegas Review Journal.
"I haven't really talked about it," she adds. "In November, I found out I have a brain tumor. But it's benign, so I don't have to worry about it."
The singer's rep says that the Grammy winner, 50, is healthy and happy. The tumor is a meningioma, which is typically benign and develops from the brain and spinal cord linings. It should not require surgery.
Originally posted 04/20/2012 10:50AM
Some of the biggest names in music are honoring one of the biggest legends.
After Levon Helm, the drummer for The Band, died Thursday at 71, Sheryl Crow took to Twitter to express her condolences.
"My heart [is] heavy with sad news of Levon Helm's passing," she wrote. "My thoughts and prayers are with Levon's family."
Also Tweeting about the late Helm, who had cancer: Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice coach Adam Levine.
Originally posted 05/07/2011 10:05AM
Sheryl Crow is dating a new guy – and he's someone she's known for a while.
The singer is in a relationship with musician Doyle Bramhall II, who currently plays in her touring band and co-produced her last album, 100 Miles from Memphis, a source tells PEOPLE.
"They've known each other for a really long time but it only turned romantic recently," the source says. "She's really happy. He's a really great guy."
Originally posted 11/29/2010 07:15AM
When Brad Paisley was a little boy, the best Christmas gifts he ever received included a tent that he pitched in his living room that "stayed up until New Year's," a Battlestar Galactica model kit and most special of all, a guitar his grandfather gave him when he was eight. "Nothing changed my life like that Christmas gift," he says.
Those memories are just some of the holiday stories shared by the country stars appearing on CMA Country Christmas, a TV special airing Monday night (9:30 p.m. ET) on ABC.
Between performances from Kellie Pickler ("Santa Baby), LeAnn Rimes ("Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"), Sheryl Crow and Brad Paisley (singing a duet of "Run, Run Rudolph") and Darius Rucker (who will sing a new holiday tune), country music's biggest names will share new and old family traditions:
Originally posted 11/22/2010 12:00PM
Originally posted 10/18/2010 08:00AM
After half a century in the music business, Loretta Lynn is to be honored at next month's CMA Awards, when Miranda Lambert and Sheryl Crow deliver a special performance of Lynn's signature song, "Coal Miner's Daughter."
Lambert and Crow also sang a version of the 1970 hit with Lynn on a tribute album due out Nov. 9. The two were among an eclectic group of artists chosen for the album by Lynn herself – who hand-wrote personal notes to each asking them to participate – among them, Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill, Kid Rock, the White Stripes, Paramore, Alan Jackson and Steve Earle.
Originally posted 07/20/2010 12:35PM
If that backup singer on Sheryl Crow's cover of Terence Trent D'Arby's 1988 hit "Sign Your Name" sounds familiar, he should: It's Justin Timberlake!
The "SexyBack" singer lends his trademark vocals to Crow's new album, 100 Miles From Memphis, out Tuesday.
In a behind-the-scenes video of their recording session at L.A.'s Henson Studios that first debuted on Rollingstone.com, Timberlake shares his admiration for the mom-of-two's musical chops. "It's dope, I like her voice so much," he says.
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