Sheryl Crow thinks a change will do her good - Autumn 2010 UK tour to reveal her soul
Posted: 23rd June 2010
Celebrated singer and guitarist Sheryl Crow has been active in the music biz for nearly 25 years, an incredible achievement for an artist who had her finished debut tossed aside by her record-label, only for her follow-up "Tuesday Night Music Club" to keep her in guitar-picks for the rest of her life. "All I Wanna Do", "Strong Enough" and "Leaving Las Vegas" helped propel the album to multi-million sales and further success followed with the self-titled third album and it's jolly slice of sunshine, "Everyday Is A Winding Road".
2010 sees Sheryl Crow return to the foray with a change in direction on her seventh studio album, "100 Miles from Memphis". "A Million Miles From Nashville" might prove to be a better title - Crow has opted to leave her familiar country-sound behind and head for some serious soul-searching with, um, soul.
It's this sound that will greet you at her newly-announced UK dates just announced. Crow will play Glasgow on 11th October, Manchester on the 12th and Hammersmith on the 13th. Tickets go on sale on Friday at 9am priced at around £25 plus fees (more for London). Tickets for these dates are damn hot! Her albums rarely fail to break the Top 20...