Rocker Sheryl Crow is now more than a little bit country; she’s completely crossed over.
The singer arrived at Cox Media Group Ohio’s headquarters in Dayton about 4:30 this afternoon and is performing for the company’s staffers and 10 K99.1FM listeners and their guests.
Prior to the show, K99.1FM host Nancy Wilson had a brief chat on stage with Crow about her upcoming country album and her past visits to the Dayton area. Crow said she still remembers her hang over from her unannounced performance with local musicians at the Dublin Pub in Dayton’s Historic Oregon District after one of her Fraze shows in 2003. She also talked about her kids and her work as an environmental activist.
Friday’s performance is apart of K99.1FM Unplugged series that sees up-and-coming country artist preform at the radio station, said Jennifer Perkins, a Cox Media Group Ohio radio promotions manager.
Like WHIO and the Dayton Daily News, K99.1FM is a Cox Media Group Ohio company.
This won’t be Crow’s only stop this year in the Dayton area.
Crow will preform a 7:30 p.m. concert June 15 at Fraze Pavilion, 695 Lincoln Park Blvd. in Kettering.
The concert marks the10th anniversary of the making of Sheryl Crow’s rockin’ “C’mon America 2003” DVD.
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