Sheryl Crow's Winding Musical Road

January 14, 2015 1:06 AM

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Last week I stumbled upon Variety's positive review of Diner, a musical running for a limited time at Arlington's Signature Theater. The production, based on Barry Levinson's 1982 film, Diner, teamed Levinson up with Sheryl Crow. For the first time, Crow has scored a musical, and the result is a sold-out show for seven weeks. As I read the review, I battled conflicting emotions: happy for the play's positive reception and angry that I wasn't on the East Coast to see it -- disappointed that I'd miss this latest turn in Sheryl Crow's refreshingly unpredictable and musically liberated career.

Sometime during the fall of 1993, I was driving home from middle school with my mom listening to WNEW, New York City's now-defunct legendary rock 'n' roll radio station. At the time, it played mostly classic rock standards, but on rare occasions a contemporary artist would slip through into rotation...

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