Sheryl Crow To Perform Free Concert Tonight!

Tonight is the night we’ve been waiting for!  Tonight is the night that [lastfm]Sheryl Crow[/lastfm] will take the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater (the home to “The Late Show With David Letterman”) and perform a free concert for all her fans.  In the video above, Crow promotes the event and her latest album 100 Miles From Memphis. She’s excited for the night and so are we!  Find out details about the night, information on her album and learn how you can be a part of it after the jump!

Tonight, Sheryl Crow is set to take the stage at 5pm PT/8pm ET for a free streaming concert at the Ed Sullivan Theater as part of the ongoing Live on Letterman series. She has promised to perform classic hits and new releases from her just released album 100 Miles From Memphis.   To watch live, click here for streaming details.  Can’t make the show? Don’t worry. The performance will be available tomorrow on demand.  Come back to this site tomorrow for details, highlights and photos of the epic night. Thank  goodness for the Internet!

For our special Twitter fans, be sure to follow along, shout out your favorite songs and Tweet with the hashtag #LoLetterman. Share the experience with your followers using this easy to post link http://bit.ly/sherylcrowlol.

Before the show, be sure to watch the video for Crow’s hit single (also from 100 Miles From Memphis) “Summer Day.”

Additional Links:

Come back this evening and watch the event on the  Live on Letterman main page.

Read all about Shery Crow on her Last.fm artist profile.

Need more Sheryl Crow? Follow her on tour.

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