Sheryl Crow joins tribute to Guthrie, Steinbeck:
Aidin Vaziri | On Saturday, Sheryl Crow will headline This Land Is Your Land, a concert at the Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord that pays tribute to novelist John Steinbeck and folk icon Woody Guthrie. Earlier this year, the 46-year-old singer released her sixth studio album, “Detours,” which not only delved into her breakup with Lance Armstrong and her battle with breast cancer but also displayed strong political ideals. Crow spoke to us by phone from her home in Nashville, where she lives with her adopted 16-month-old son, Wyatt.
Q: Any chance you’ll break out the bikini you wore onstage on the last night of your tour with John Mayer?
A: It’s so funny because you do these end-of-tour pranks and it never occurs to me that people would post them online. I guess I was completely out of touch with YouTube and all that stuff. I wasn’t even thinking when I did that. Continue reading.