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.