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Live From Irving Plaza in NY 2008

Sheryl Crow

Year: 2017

Runtime: 01:18:52

Sheryl Crow, performs live at The Fillmore at Irving Plaza, New York in 2008. The show features performances of “Soak Up The Sun,” “If It Makes You Happy,” “Every day Is A Winding Road” and “Can't Cry Anymore.

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Country, Pop, Singer Songwriter

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