Sheryl Crow loved her day without work stage simply as a lot as on stage in Upstate New York this previous weekend.
The 55-year-previous singer-songwriter took an Uber to Destiny USA in Syracuse on Sunday before performing on the Lakeview Amphitheater. Her Uber driver, Sally Griffith, tells syracuse.com that she drives an additional giant van for the journey-sharing service and took Crow, her two sons and an assistant to take pleasure in WonderWorks on the mall.
“She was so kind and just… wonderful,” Griffith stated.
Crow provided Griffith two free tickets to Sunday night time’s live performance as a part of the Outlaw Music Festival Tour with Willie Nelson, My Morning Jacket and Margo Price. Crow is selling her ninth studio album, “Be Myself,” launched in April; the title monitor contains a reference to Uber.
“Hanging with the hipsters is a variety of exhausting work
How many selfies can you’re taking before you seem like a jerk?
I took an Uber to a juice bar to hear a brand new indie band play
They received 99 million followers in solely in the future.”
Uber and fellow ride-sharing service Lyft have been made obtainable in Upstate New York for the primary time simply three weeks in the past. Customers have praised the apps’ comfort and costs, whereas drivers are additionally having fun with the service.
“Uber is the only way I got to meet Sheryl Crow,” Griffith informed syracuse.com.
Crow has bought greater than 50 million albums and gained 9 Grammy Awards, together with Record of the Year for “Tuesday Night Music Sessions” standout “All I Wanna Do” and Best Rock Album for 1998’s “The Globe Sessions.” Her hits additionally embrace “If It Makes You Happy,” “A Change Would Do You Good,” “Strong Enough,” “Everyday is a Winding Road,” “My Favorite Mistake,” the James Bond theme “Tomorrow Never Dies” and the Kid Rock duet “Picture.”
She carried out on the Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater in Western New York on Friday, and raved concerning the expertise.
“We just spent the last two days in what felt like old small town America: where no one worries to lock up their bikes, where the days seem to move at a slower pace [and] where you feel comfortable sending your kids a few blocks over to get their ice cream by themselves,” Crow wrote on Facebook Saturday. “We will be back!”
Crow has two sons she adopted in 2007 and 2010: 10-year-previous Wyatt and seven-yr-previous Levi.