It's hard to think of too many female artists who are more synonymous with or have had more success in the 90s than SHERYL CROW, unlike many of the artists from that time, Sheryl is still going strong. Sheryl is staying busy this summer playing a bunch of shows, including a stop in Indianapolis - we have your chance to win tickets to that show. We have those contest details below, but first, here's more information about her concert.

Get our free mobile app

Sheryl Crow Concert Details

Special Guest - Keb' Mo'

Sheryl will be joined by legendary bluesman KEB' MO'. I don't like to casually throw around the word 'legend,' but when you've been entertaining crowds for half a century, I think you earn that adjective. Keb' Mo' will turn 71 years old this Fall, but he is showing no signs of slowing down. This fella has had such an amazing career, and I'm embarrassed to say I really didn't/don't know much about him. Maybe that's true for you too. If that's the case, you might enjoy this story about his musical journey.

How to Win Tickets

You'll have the chance to beat the box office and win a pair of tickets during the Most Totally Awesome Radio Contest, weekdays at 7am - that's what we call our daily giveaway, but we play a different game each week. For these Sheryl Crow tickets, we're going to have some fun with some of her biggest hit songs. I mentioned early that Sheryl is synonymous with the 90s, so we're going to play a game called Sheryl Synonyms. Here's how it works. Liberty and I are going to name a Sheryl Crow song, but using words other than the actual song title. Here's an example - if we were playing with Prince songs, and the clue was "Miniature Crimson Sportscar" then the answer would be..."Little Red Corvette." Get it? Simple, right? By the way, that number to call is 812-421-1117. Good luck!

Best Friends Recreate 90's Throwback Memories with Retro Photoshoot at Evansville's Washington Square Mall

Simply Savvy Photography recreated everyone's favorite 90's mall memories in a retro photoshoot featuring Tay and Ashlyn. They brought the fun back to present-day Washington Square Mall.