Sheryl Crow Tickets for Sale

Sheryl Crow is headed back out on the road in 2011 and OnlineSeats has the Sheryl Crow tickets for her tour with Kid Rock. The Sheryl Crow tour dates begin with a concert on July 2, 2011 at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, OH and will end on September 3, 2011 just outside Houston at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Woodlands, TX. The tour reunites the pop and rock converts, who have had a history of performing soft country ballads together ("Picture" in 2001 and "Collide" in 2011). This is a terrific opportunity to catch Sheryl Crow concert tickets to see her actually be able to perform those ballads in person and not just see them on YouTube or catch the tail end of the song on the radio (though you can still dial it up on your iPod).

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Apr 28 Fri 3:30 AM Pepsi Spring Jam: Sheryl Crow & Darius Rucker - 2 Day Pass Aaron Bessant Park
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OnlineSeats has Sheryl Crow tickets to see this ever changing, every growing artist, no matter which musical genre she chooses to take investigate. Throughout her career, Crow explored her passions and that has helped to define her unique voice, as well as risking her productive territory as a singer-songwriter. From her breakthrough debut Tuesday Night Music Club (1994) to the self-titled Sheryl Crow (1996), Sheryl Crow has long reflected the musical passions that inspired her back when she was growing up in Kennett, MO.

Sheryl moved to Los Angeles at the age of 23, to begin her career as a backup singer for such talents as Don Henley, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, and Rod Stewart, and was even a backup singer for Michael Jackson's "Bad" tour for 18 months. While continuing her work as a backup singer, Sheryl continued to write songs, some of which were recorded by other artists such as Celine Dion, Eric Clapton, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, and Wynonna, and did some session work for Stevie Wonder and Sinéad O'Connor.

Sheryl was signed with A&M Records and then began to take more control over her music and the musicians she wanted to work with, including producer, Bill Botrell, which resulted in her first successful LP. In October of 1994, Sheryl hit #1 for 4 weeks with "All I Wanna Do.", and Tuesday Night Music Club was certified platinum. Eventually Tuesday Night Music Club became certified 5x platinum. Her self-titled second album was a bit harder in tone than the down-home stew of Tuesday, and the first video "If It Makes You Happy" showed Crow off to be a grunge fashion queen. With her long-awaited newest album, C'mon C'mon, she continues to establish herself as one of the strongest and most durable female voices in rock 'n' roll, making her image secondary to her music itself. Get your Sheryl Crow tickets to see this singer-songwriter do her thing in person.