Sheryl Crow To Host Her Own Full Length Livestream Gig In June


Sheryl Crow is to host her first livestreamed concert on June 18. The show is called Sheryl Crow: The Songs and the Stories.

This is to be Crow’s first full length, solo and instrumental concert performance. It is being filmed and broadcasted by UK livestream company Drift.

Drift have also worked with Nick Cave for his “Idiot Prayer” performance at the Alexandra Palace. It will also host Glastonbury’s live at Worthy Farm event which will feature Coldplay.

The show will also take place at private meditative space on her property Nashville called the “little church”.

Here’s how you can buy tickets for this special show. 

Crow had released her final album in 2019, which featured collaborations with Stevie Nicks, Keith Richards and others.

At the time, Sheryl said, ‘people I’ve loved… and who have been heroes of mine forever,’ including Stevie Nicks, Keith Richards, Joe Walsh, Don Henley as well as the late Johnny Cash”. 

More on that story here. 

“Challenging and exhilarating” 

“Doing a solo show like this is challenging and exhilarating. Presenting these songs in a new way is exciting for me – this is not a typical acoustic show, those can be great, but this is something different”, Crow said in a statement.

She also added, “I feel the beginnings of a renewal after the painful separation we’ve been through. I have tremendous gratitude for it. I can’t wait for fans to hear and see this very special show”.

The show is to be incredibly exclusive as there are no replays after the event. There will be four viewing times available to viewers worldwide.

Livestream will show one event at 8pm AEST, 10pm and 7pm KST for people in Austrailia, New Zealand and Asia.

Fans from Europe and the UK can watch it from 8pm BST and 9pm CEST for livestream two. While Livestreams three and four are available for Sheryl Crow’s American fans. They can watch it from 8pm EDT and 9pm PDT.

Check out the trailer below.