April 24 Thursday, 9:30 PM Sheryl Crow
The Moody Theater at ACL Live - Austin, TX
May 29 Thursday, 7:30 PM Sheryl Crow
Ulster Performing Arts Center - Kingston, NY
June 1 Sunday, 7:00 PM Sheryl Crow
American Music Theatre - Lancaster, PA
June 13 Friday, 8:00 PM Sheryl Crow
Kresge Auditorium - Interlochen, MI
June 20 Friday, 7:00 PM Sheryl Crow
St Leonard Fire Department - St Leonard, MD
July 11 Friday, 7:00 PM Rascal Flatts and Sheryl Crow
Austin360 Amphitheater - Austin, TX
July 13 Sunday, TBA Rascal Flatts with Sheryl Crow and Gloriana
Woodlands Pavilion - Spring, TX
August 4 Monday, 8:30 PM Sheryl Crow
Sands Steel Stage at PNC Plaza - Bethlehem, PA
August 15 Friday, TBA Rascal Flatts and Sheryl Crow
Ak-Chin Pavilion - Phoenix, AZ
August 17 Sunday, TBA Rascal Flatts and Sheryl Crow
Sleep Train Amphitheatre Chula Vista - Chula Vista, CA
August 21 Thursday, 7:30 PM Rascal Flatts and Sheryl Crow
Save Mart Center - Fresno, CA
September 12 Friday, TBA Rascal Flatts and Sheryl Crow
MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa Bay, FL
September 13 Saturday, TBA Rascal Flatts with Sheryl Crow and Gloriana
Cruzan Amphitheatre - West Palm Beach, FL


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With a new album due out in July including the first single “Summer Day”, Sheryl Crow is making new strides in what’s been a 17-year-long career. Sheryl Crow’s first big break came after she put out several commercial jingles as a music teacher, providing backup vocals for Michael Jackson o... More

Sheryl Crow Information

With a new album due out in July including the first single “Summer Day”, Sheryl Crow is making new strides in what’s been a 17-year-long career. Sheryl Crow’s first big break came after she put out several commercial jingles as a music teacher, providing backup vocals for Michael Jackson on his Bad World Tour in 1987. Her debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club began selling big once “All I Wanna Do” reached radio play fame, followed by “Leavin’ Las Vegas” and “Strong Enough”. The debut won her three Grammy Awards, co-headlining spots in multiple music festivals throughout the mid-to-late nineties and is to this day the best-selling album of her career with over 7 million copies sold.

While over the years her album sales have gradually declined following her debut (beginning with 2005’s Wildflower), Sheryl Crow has continued to master the summer anthems, with 2002’s “Soak Up the Sun”, 2008’s “Love is Free” and now 2010’s “Summer Day”. Crow’s personal life parallel to her career has also been rather public, beginning with the rise and fall of her relationship with cyclist Lance Armstrong, battle with breast cancer and the adoption of her two sons, Wyatt and Levi.

100 Miles from Memphis, Crow’s upcoming seventh studio album, is expected to have a classic soul vibe, returning to the sounds that worked so well for her on her debut release. Sheryl Crow will be touring in promotion of her new album from June to September, playing the Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston on September 23rd just before wrapping up the tour in her hometown of Nashville, TN.