Sheryl Crow

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  • 19 June 2008
Sheryl Crow

Perhaps not the chart force she was back in 1994 with ‘All I Wanna Do’, but Sheryl Crow has grown, and now provides a more mature and considered take on American pop with a heavy country slant. Not surprising that her music has grown in scope and pathos when you consider her battle with breast cancer and her split from husband Lance Armstrong. She describes her latest album Detours as ‘very environmentally conscious, in the tradition of Bob Dylan.’

Carling Academy, Glasgow, Fri 27 Jun.

Sheryl Crow

The country/pop rock singer-songwriter tours her latest album Feels Like Home.

Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

Fri 22 Jun

£34.25–£62.30 / 0115 989 5555

The Sage Gateshead

Thu 21 Jun

Sage One

£32.45–£60.50 / 0191 443 4661

Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Tue 19 Jun

£32.45–£62.60 / 0121 345 0600

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