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The song, produced by the singer's frequent collaborator and tourmate Blake Mills, is featured in the main title sequence for the new series that's premiering on October 12.
The singer breaks down during the last song at her Portland show after a fan heckled her for her appearance.
The 'Criminal' singer utters expletives to the audience and storms off the stage after failing to warn the noisy crowd to be quiet.
The singer will embark on a four-week tour this fall with her 'The Idler Wheel...' opening act and guitarist.
The singer and the filmmaker reunite for a brand new music video, her first after more than a decade.
The singer decides to cancel her tour and writes a touching letter to her fans, saying that she just can't leave her dog now.
Fiona apologizes to her devotees for her recent drug arrest, and dismisses her previous statement suggesting the cops did something illegal during her arrest.
Fiona is not amused when paparazzi takes her pictures while she's making her way into the House of Blues in New Orleans.
The ex-Destiny's Child who was born in Texas apologizes to Fiona on behalf of her state, thinking that it's unprofessional for Texas Sheriff's Dept. to add such a snarky note to their open letter.
During her concert in Houston, Texas, Apple sent a message to four people who did her wrong when she was jailed in Sierra Blanca.
The 'Criminal' singer reschedules her forthcoming gig at Austin City Limits Live at Moody Theater following her run-in with the law.
The 'Every Single Night' singer did not learn from other celebrities' mistakes when crossing the border in Sierra Blanca, Texas.