Sheryl Crow is American rock singer-songwriter who blends elements of country, pop and folk in her music. She rose to popularity with her 1993 debut “Tuesday Night Music Club,” which included her highest-ever charting single, “All I Wanna Do.” Over the course of her career, she has released six studio albums, all of which peaked well within the Top 10 — and often within the Top 5 — of the Billboard 200. In the past few years, Crow has become increasingly active in political and social issues, using her mainstream popularity as a soundboard for current issues. On tour, Crow usually books her shows into arenas, stadiums and large amphitheaters. She also frequently tours with other major arena-filling acts, such as Bon Jovi and John Mellancamp.

Kid Rock & Sheryl Crow, Elton John tickets on sale this weekend
Tickets for the upcoming Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow tour, as well as tickets to Elton John’s upcoming Million Dollar Piano concert series in Las Vegas are on sale throughout the weekend ending April 25 as compiled by TicketNews. First up, tickets for two upcoming shows on the joint... Read more
Kid Rock, Sheryl Crow tour together through summer 2011
Kid Rock will get a little help from a friend on the upcoming leg of his Born Free Tour. Nearly 30 dates have been lined up for summer headline tour with Sheryl Crow on the bill a special guest. The country-infused rockers will set out together July 2 at... Read more
Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow, Taylor Swift tickets on sale throughout the weekend
Tickets for the joint tour from Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow, as well as tickets to several upcoming concert dates from Taylor Swift are on sale throughout the weekend ending April 11 as compiled by TicketNews. Starting off this week’s onsales are tickets to multiple upcoming concerts from current... Read more
Sheryl Crow tour charts summer concert dates for ‘100 Miles’
With a new album on the horizon, singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow is putting the finishing touches on an itinerary that will keep her on the road for most of the summer. Crow begins her summer with a festival-saturated, 12-date tour leg that kicks off June 11 at the Riverbend Festival... Read more
Beastie Boys, Sheryl Crow to perform at Rock The Vote inaugural gala
The inauguration finally has a rock ball. Rock The Vote presents the “Hey, America Feels Kinda Cool Again” Inaugural Gala on January 19 at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC, featuring Beastie Boys, Sheryl Crow, Citizen Cope and Justin Jones on the night before President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration. Tickets... Read more
Daily tour recap: Sheryl Crow, New Found Glory and more
Today’s tour recap includes ticketing news on upcoming AC/DC and Mudvayne tours, as well as the usual announcements and updates as compiled by TicketNews on September 17, 2008. At the top of the news today are two ticket-related tour updates: AC/DC will join the likes of Metallica and Tom... Read more
Sheryl Crow begins new campaign for Rock the Vote
Socially and politically astute singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow wants people to vote in the upcoming elections. The nine-time Grammy award winner has teamed up with Rock the Vote to get people registered to vote. The “Sheryl Crow Voter Registration Drive” kicked off on August 21. Current members of the Rock... Read more
Sheryl Crow, John Mellencamp to tour together
For the first time in 15 years, John Mellencamp will tour Australia and New Zealand with special guest Sheryl Crow, who will be returning to Australia for the first time since 1997. The 10-day trek starts on November 15 in Sandalford, AUS and winds down on December 7 in... Read more
Rascal Flatts, Sheryl Crow tickets on sale
Tickets to the joint concert tour of Sheryl Crow and James Blunt, as well as tickets to Rascal Flatts’ summer tour are on sale throughout the weekend ending June 9, as compiled by TicketNews. Friday morning offers a chance to get tickets to the summer concert tour of Sheryl... Read more
Sheryl Crow cancels St. Louis show
Sheryl Crow, on tour with James Blunt, has canceled her Thursday, May 22, concert at the Fox Theater in St. Louis, MO, “due to unforeseen circumstances relating to conflicting concert production logistics,” a post on her website read. The post stressed that it is the only concert affected and... Read more