Sheryl Crow recently revealed she was diagnosed with a brain tumor after a routing check-up. "I worried about my memory so much that I went and got an MRI. And I found out I have a brain tumor," the singer explained to the Las Vegas Review Journal.
The good news is that the tumor is a meningioma, which is benign and doesn't require surgery. The 50-year-old Grammy winner initially became concerned for her health after forgetting some of the words to her song "Soak Up the Sun" during a Florida concert.
This isn't Crow's first health scare, either. The mom-of-two battled breast cancer in 2006, but was able to beat the disease and make a full recovery.
One thing's for sure - she's a fighter!
Sheryl Crow left young son Levi at home for a quick trip to the airport with her eldest son Wyatt.
The singing superstar stayed ultra close to her adorable son while the two made their way through LAX.
Just yesterday, Crow's cookbook, "If It Makes You Healthy," hit stores. The singer teamed up with personal chef Chuck White to create dishes that are locally grown and rich with vitamins.
In addition to her new book, Sheryl is hitting the road. Find out where she'll be performing ... after the jump.
Sheryl Crow is one proud mom ... walking around New York City with her little boy, Levi James. 3-year-old Wyatt must have stayed home for this trip.
Crow, 48, just released her latest album, 100 Miles From Memphis, which has been called by critics "the perfect album for summer."
Great to see she's enjoying her down time with the kids!
Sheryl Crow is expanding her family. The singer announced on her website that she has adopted another bundle of joy ... little Levi!
On her site, Crow writes:
I have some exciting news to share with you guys-Wyatt has a new little brother! Levi James was born April 30th.
Just wanted you all to be the first to hear the good news!
Back in 2007, Crow adopted son Wyatt, who is now 3. The singer's upcoming album, 100 Miles from Memphis will hit stores on July 20.
We spotted Sheryl Crow picking up a stack of magazines before entering a bookstore in West Hollywood yesterday.
The amateur actress, who is going to be playing a major recurring role in her good pal Courteney Cox's hit show, may have been picking up some materials to help her research her new role.
Although as a hot and sexy woman of 47, a role in Cougartown shouldn't be too much of a stretch!
Sheryl Crow has sold her music publishing catalogue to an Australian asset management group for an estimated 10 million bucks.
The deal gives the company the majority of royalties from her long string of hits, including "All I Wanna Do."
According to the Wall Street Journal, investors are attracted to music publishing - the ownership and promotion of copyrights on melodies and lyrics - because of the steady income from royalties.
So why do you think Sheryl is selling? Is this a wise investment for her - or does she just really need the cash?
Even a rainy day can be fun with you have such an adorable little boy in your arms! Sheryl and her boy Wyatt braved the rainy NYC streets this weekend.
And what's with their PUH (Personal Umbrella Handler)?
Sheryl Crow is giving a free download of her new album "Detours" to the first 50,000 people who register three friends to vote, according to the Associated Press.
Sheryl's gift is a kickoff to Rock The Vote's voter registration drive, an organization the Grammy-winning singer helped start 18 years ago. Rock The Vote hopes to register 2 million new voters by November, according to executive director Heather Smith. With the help of celebs like Sheryl, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake and Madonna, it's a great way to encourage the younger generation to get politically active. Smith states, "These musicians speak to millions of people every day so for them to use their voices to inspire people is a key part of our program."
Go to the Rock the Vote Web site to learn more!