Nine-time Grammy-winning songstress Sheryl Crow has been popping up all over this past year. Serving as band leader on the Matt Damon-pirated episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Discussing ex-fiancé Lance Armstrong on Entertainment Tonight after news of his performance-enhancing drug use came out. Performing a duet with Willie Nelson, "If I Were A Carpenter," during a tribute concert in Austin honoring the late country great that was recorded and offered as a live DVD/CD release in August. Her last album, 2010’s 100 Miles to Memphis, found Crow abandoning her pop rock roots in favor of a more soulful vintage sound. This is her first time back to Ruth Eckerd since her 2008 sold-out show. Holly Williams opens.