Sheryl Crow, Gary Allan take on quick co-headlining trek

Crossover songstress Sheryl Crow will join forces with country crooner Gary Allan to wrap up the summer and ring in the fall with the "Free and Easy Tour." // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Crossover songstress Sheryl Crow will join forces with country crooner Gary Allan to wrap up the summer and ring in the fall with the "Free and Easy Tour."

Crow will first make a trio of appearances later this month before kicking off her co-headlining outing with Allan Sept. 13 in Santa Barbara, CA. The two musicians will helm seven performances through an Oct. 25 show in Auburn Hills, MI.

"I love Gary's music," Crow said in a press release. "He puts on the kind of show that I like to go see so I am thrilled to be out with him on tour, and really look forward to be able to perform my new music to the country fans this fall."

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Crow is set to release "Feels Like Home," her eighth studio effort, Sept. 10 via Warner Bros. Records. The 12-track set, which features the lead single "Easy," follows 2010's "100 Miles from Memphis."

Allan most recently unveiled "Set You Free" in January. The MCA Nashville release marks his ninth studio album and the first to debut at the top of The Billboard 200.

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August 2013
25 - Saint Paul, MN - Minnesota State Fair
31 - Atlanta, GA - Centennial Olympic Park

September 2013
2 - Canfield, OH - Canfield Fair
13 - Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl (w/ Gary Allan)
14 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre (w/ Gary Allan)
15 - Bakersfield, CA - Rabobank Arena (w/ Gary Allan)

October 2013
12 - Indio, CA - Fantasy Springs Resort Casino & Special Events Center
17 - Moline, IL - iWireless Center (w/ Gary Allan)
18 - Terre Haute, IN - ISU Hulman Center (w/ Gary Allan)
19 - Paducah, KY - Downtown Paducah (w/ Gary Allan)
25 - Auburn Hills, MI - The Palace of Auburn Hills (w/ Gary Allan)

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