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Thursday’s Sheryl Crow Concert SOLD OUT as the 2014 An Appalachian Summer Festival at ASU Continues

By Jesse Wood


July 23, 2014. Thursday’s Sheryl Crow concert, which is one of the highlights of the 2014 An Appalachian Summer Festival, is officially sold. The concert is set for 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 24, at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Appalachian State University.

Crow, a nine-time Grammy Award winner, has released nine studio albums in her career and has sold more than 35 million albums worldwide. See her bio below.

Tickets were in the price range of $55, $52.25 and $53.

While Crow’s concert is sold out, there are still some An Appalachian Summer Festival performances and activities left to enjoy before the summer comes to a close. See those below:

For more information about An Appalachian Summer Festival, click here.

A bio of Crow from An Appalachian Summer Festival website is below:

Nine-time Grammy award-winner, Sheryl Crow, has released nine studio albums throughout her career. With top hits such as “The First Cut is the Deepest,” “All I Wanna Do,” “Soak Up the Sun,” “Easy,” and her collaborative hit with Kid Rock, “Picture,” Crow has sold more than 35 million albums worldwide. Her most recent album, Feels like Home, is Crow’s first country album, inspired by her childhood in Kennett, MO and current home of Nashville, TN.

“It was amazing to be making an album in my community, and have my life still be my primary inspiration,” she says. “I was still driving my kids to school in the morning and doing mommy things in-between sessions. Having a structured time to work, and being able to work at my house, everything about this just felt very loving and homey. Like the title says, it just felt like home.”

This chart-topping artist got her start recording jingles for companies like Toyota and McDonald’s and lending back up vocals to Don Henley, Belinda Carlisle and Stevie Wonder. She even toured with Michael Jackson through his Bad World Tour! It wasn’t long before Crow quickly became one of the most recognized and established female solo artists of the time.