Sheryl Crow @ Cricket

The star singer/songwriter had some fun down in South Bay.

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Singer/songwriting superstar Sheryl Crow performed for a crowd of thousands on Aug. 2 at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre.
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It was a return trip to San Diego County for the muli-platinum star.
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Last year, Crow played an intimate show at Humphreys Concerts By the Bay in September.
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This year, Crow played at the much bigger venue in South Bay on a tour in which she is paired with another star, Kid Rock.
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The long-haired singer got her start singing backup for Michael Jackson.
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It wasn't long, however, before she cut "Tuesday Night Music Club" and her star went supernova.
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Over the course of her decades-long career, Crow has taken home nine Grammy awards.
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The singer was born and raised in Missouri, giving her voice that distinctive twang.
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1993's "Tuesday Night Music Club" spawned such hits as "All I Wanna Do," "Strong Enough" and "Can't Cry Anymore."
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