Win two tickets to Sheryl Crow at Manchester Albert Hall

Sheryl Crow is set to play at Manchester's Albert Hall

After the news that Sheryl Crow will perform at Manchester’s Albert Hall, we have two sets of tickets to give away.

The Manchester gig comes after the release of her new album Be Myself.

For Be Myself, Crow worked once again with producer, musician, and songwriter Jeff Trott, a long-time collaborator throughout her career. Trott co-wrote many of Crow’s classic hits including If It Makes You Happy and My Favorite Mistake.

Sheryl Crow has released eight studio albums, which have sold 35 million copies worldwide. In the UK, four of her studio albums and ‘The Very Best Of’ all reached the Top 10, and her success was further reflected with four Top 10 hits and a further twelve which entered the Top 40.

In the States, seven of the albums charted in the Top 10 and five were certified for multi-platinum sales. In addition to such #1 hits as ‘All I Wanna Do’, ‘Soak Up the Sun’, and ‘The First Cut Is the Deepest’, Crow has notched 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, Adult Top 40, Adult Contemporary, Mainstream Top 40 and Hot Country Songs charts, with more #1 singles in the Triple A listings than any other female artist.

Sheryl Crow is set to play at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 20 May 2017

Win two tickets to Sheryl Crow at Manchester’s Albert Hall

To be in with a chance of winning two ticket to see Sheryl Crow at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 20 May 2017, simply retweet the tweet below and follow us or like the facebook status below, leaving your name in the comments section.

The winners will be picked at random on 17 May 2017.  The winners will be notified by midday on 18 May 2017 via social media (make sure your settings allow us to contact you by direct message!).  Entry is subject to competition terms and conditions.

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Posted by Live Manchester on Dienstag, 9. Mai 2017

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