Sheryl Crow soaks up St. Leonard

She acknowledged the volunteer work of firefighters, pledged her devotion to the wounded war veterans and definitely shook up the small hamlet of St. Leonard. Sheryl Crow made the eve of summertime 2014 one to remember.  Her Friday, June 20 concert drew a mature but very enthusiastic crowd to the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department’s (Company 7) Bayside Toyota Pavilion.

The Missouri native and onetime music teacher is well-known for her eclectic discography. Crow performed most of her big hits, including “Soak Up the Sun,” “Every Day is a Winding Road,” “All I Want to Do Is Have Some Fun,” “Easy,” and her highly acclaimed cover of Cat Stevens’ “First Cut Is the Deepest.”

Additionally, Crow demonstrated versatility with her harmonica playing and sang a duet with a recording of the late superstar Johnny Cash.

Sheryl Crow’s performance was the kickoff for Company 7’s 2014 Concert Series. Alabama will be headlining Friday, Aug. 1 and one week later—Aug. 8, Lee Brice and Cole Swindell will be performing.  The series wraps up Friday, Sept. 18 with Dierks Bentley.

The concert series raises funds to support Company 7’s fire, rescue and emergency medical services provided to the community.

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