Sheryl Crow will visit several universities to encourage the students fighting against global warming.
Global warming has been Sheryl Crow's center of attention lately. The blues singer will tour around universities promoting the fight against global warming which is dubbed "Virtual March".
The trek will begin April 9 at Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas and continue to stop in 11 other cities before wrapping up in Washington, DC. The 90 minutes session includes presentation from activist Laurie David, An Inconvenient Truth clip, interactions with students plus a short performance by Sheryl.
"The more I learn about global warming, the more I know that we all have to do something to be a part of the solution," the singer said.