After undergoing successful cancer surgery, all Sheryl Crow wants to do is hit the road
Musician Sheryl Crow has just undergone a successful cancer surgery. And now as she's recovering, she is ready to tour again.
Was forced to cancel a spring tour after she was diagnosed with breast cancer last month, the singer-songwriter has on Friday announced that she would make up most of those North American dates in support of her Grammy-nominated album, "Wildflower."
Crow reportedly will begin the rescheduled tour on June 12th at the Murat Theater in Indianapolis and wrapping July 8 with a stop at Boston's Fenway Park opening for the Dave Matthews Band. After that she would continue the trek to such cities as Minneapolis; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Corpus Christi, Texas; Memphis; Atlanta and Toronto with Country artist Jack Ingram set to open most of the shows.