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Sheryl Crow Explains Why She Wanted to Make a Movie About Her Life — and How a Mammogram Saved It
"My story is a testament that you can go on to live a long, healthy life after diagnosis," writes Crow, who talks about being a breast cancer survivor in her new documentary Sheryl
Sheryl Crow Says Olivia Rodrigo Will 'Be Around for a Long Time': 'She Deserves It'
Crow presented the woman of the year award to Rodrigo at Billboards Women in Music award show on Tuesday
Sheryl Crow Opens Up About Her Decision to Adopt: 'Families Look Like All Different Things'
On a new episode of the podcast Making Space with Hoda Kotb, Sheryl Crow says she "never didn't think I would have kids"
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Sheryl Crow Opens Up About 'Euphoric' Return to the Stage: 'It Feels Like a Lot of Time Has Been Lost'
The singer-songwriter talks to PEOPLE as she prepares for her latest live stream concert Sheryl Crow: The Songs And The Stories — A Live Solo Performance from her Nashville home
Sheryl Crow Recounts 'Long Bout of Sexual Harassment' from Michael Jackson's Manager
Nine-time Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow said she got a "crash course in the music industry" after experiencing sexual harassment from Michael Jackson's manager Frank DiLeo
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Sheryl Crow Urges Mammograms, Says Early Detection Made a 'Huge Difference' in Her Breast Cancer
"I've definitely been concerned about people putting off their mammograms" due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the singer says
Sheryl Crow Pens Essay on Breast Cancer Screening Amid Pandemic: 'I'm Making a Personal Request'
"I was devastated to learn the National Cancer Institute anticipates there could be more than 10,000 additional deaths in our country as a result of delays in breast and colorectal cancer screenings due to COVID-19," Crow writes
Sheryl Crow Clarifies 'Big Stink' Comments About Taylor Swift's Masters: 'I Chose the Wrong Word'

"I should have said I don't know what the situation is instead of the word stink which sounds extremely negative," Sheryl Crow explained Thursday