Sheryl Crow

Today, A&M/UMe releases a brand-new Dolby Atmos mix of Sheryl Crow’s career-making major-label debut album, August 1993’s Tuesday Night Music Club in celebration of the album’s 30th Anniversary. Propelled by the playfully descriptive Grammy-winning No. 2 hit single “All I Wanna Do,” Tuesday Night Music Club has also been certified as 7x platinum in the United States, and it is Crow’s best-selling album to date.


As Summerfest 2023 marked its 55th anniversary, the shores of Lake Michigan at Milwaukee, WI, vibrated with a magnitude of musical delight. The first weekend, which wrapped up on June 24, unfolded a glorious mosaic of soundscapes, leaving the audience buzzing with palpable anticipation for the following weeks.

Beech Mountain Resort, presenting organization of the annual Beech Mountain Summer Concert Series, has announced that it will be expanding its celebrations this year with a bonus weekend of outdoor music taking place July 28-30.

North Bay’s acclaimed singer-songwriter Susan Z brings her all-star band to the historic Ranch Nicasio on Friday, April 28 for Susan Z and the Winding Road: A Celebration of Sheryl Crow. The evening will pay homage to Sheryl Crow -- one of the most accomplished and gifted songwriters to emerge from the 1990s.


Celebrated alt-country band Rusty Truck has announced that Sheryl Crow will join the band for their Grand Ole Opry debut on February 28. RT frontman Mark Seliger, who also happens to be one of the modern era’s preeminent portrait photographers, has captured countless photos of Crow over the past three decades, including her iconic 1996 cover of Rolling Stone and her Be Myself album cover in 2016. Crow is featured on Rusty Truck’s latest single “Find My Way” and will join the band for the first-ever live performance of the song during RT’s Opry debut on February 28.

Artists for the Prevention of School Shootings and Youth Violence has announced a docu-concert @ City Winery in Nashville November 30, 2022 produced by In Plain View Entertainment. Proceeds will benefit Sandy Hook Promise (SHP), a national non-profit organization with a mission to educate and empower youth and adults to prevent violence in schools, homes, and communities.  SHP also advances school safety, and youth mental health at the state and federal levels through non-partisan policy and partnerships.[DL1]


Farm Aid's annual benefit concert took place at the Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek in Raleigh, NC on September 24th.  The sold-out crowd was treated to sets by headliner Willie Nelson and co-founder John Mellencamp, board members Dave Matthews and Margo Price, and featured artists Sheryl Crow and Chris Stapleton, among others. One significant absence at this year's event was co-founder Neil Young.

Climate Control Projects, presenters of The Big Climate Thing: Concert for People and the Planet announces the on-sale of SINGLE DAY tickets for the three-day concert event that aims to raise awareness, accountability, and action and inspire real-time solutions surrounding the global climate crisis. The line-up is below.

WHEN: September 16-18, 2022.

WHERE: Forest Hills Stadium, NYC

MORE: Daily line-up - Click on Day to Purchase

Sheryl Crow gets it – the beach life, that is. “All I wanna do is have some fun, until the sun comes up over Santa Monica Boulevard,” Crow sang on Sunday during a twilight set on the sand at Redondo Beach, just 15 miles south of the oceanfront Santa Monica Pier. One of the BeachLife Festival’s high-profile performers who first made waves toward prominence in the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, Crow shared top billing with Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer, Stone Temple Pilots, 311, and the Steve Miller Band (who’s first hit was in 1968).

Today, UMe/Big Machine Records releases a new album called Sheryl: Music From The Feature Documentary digitally and on 2CD. The release features Sheryl Crow’s biggest hits, including “If It Makes You Happy,” “Soak Up The Sun, “All I Wanna Do, “My Favorite Mistake, “Redemption Day,” as well as several deep tracks from the American music icon’s catalog.


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