Grammy award-winning superstar Sheryl Crow is touring the UK this month and will be playing Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on 29th October.
After album sales of 35 million, nine Grammy Awards, seven studio albums and an immensely popular ‘Best Of’ collection, Sherly Crow has returned to critical attention with her new album Feels Like Home.
Recalling the Americana story-telling and twangy guitars that made her first two albums so successful, the 12-track was produced by Sheryl and Justin Niebank.
It also represents the first album in her career in which each song was co-written with another songwriter, and includes guest performances from country superstars Brad Paisley and Zac Brown.
Sheryl debuted the album’s first single, Easy, on Jimmy Kimmel Live in the USA.
Her subsequent UK promotion including TV appearances on BBC Breakfast, The Graham Norton Show and Sunday Brunch.
Sheryl has maintained a huge profile since breaking through with her 1994 global hit All I Wanna Do and songs like If It Makes You Happy.
In Britain, she’s enjoyed success with four top-10 hits, five top-20 singles and five top-10 albums.
She has also has performed for President Obama and is a passionate supporter of a variety of environmental and health-related charities.
Her latest UK tour, to promote Feels Like Home, also includes a date at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
However, local fans can get their fix of one of the most successful female artists of the last 20 years when she performs in Nottingham at the end of the month.
The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets priced £39.50 and £29.50 are available from the box office on 0115 989 5555 or online at www.trch.co.uk