Youthful Sheryl Crow Marks Her Album's 30th Anniversary With a Celebratory Video: Watch

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Jul. 31 2023, Published 5:05 p.m. ET

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Sheryl Crow and her fans are celebrating the 30th anniversary of her album Tuesday Night Music Club.

On Monday, July 31, the youthful singer shared a video to Instagram where she strummed her guitar and thanked fans for their unwavering support.

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"30 years!! 🎉 I cannot believe Tuesday Night Music Club came out 30 years ago this week. We’re going to be celebrating this milestone all week, with a few surprises," she wrote in the caption. "I’d love to hear what TNMC meant to you! Drop a memory or your fav song below."

"What a gift that it got picked up all over the world," the musician, 61, added in the clip while holding her acoustic guitar. "I just want to say thank you."

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Fans couldn't believe three decades had passed — especially since the star is looking half her age!

"It's great to see you moving forward and your health is good love ❤️ your music been a fan for decades," one person commented, while another wrote, "And you still look that good 😊 great song."

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Crow was in the headlines recently after she spoke out and condemned fellow country star Jason Aldean's song "Try That in a Small Town," which many believed was promoting gun violence.

"@Jason_Aldean I’m from a small town. Even people in small towns are sick of violence. There’s nothing small-town or American about promoting violence," she tweeted after the tune's debut. "You should know that better than anyone having survived a mass shooting. This is not American or small town-like. It’s just lame."

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Aldean, 46, refused to apologize for the lyrics, which some also thought had themes of racism.

"We thought it was a really cool song. The message that we wanted to get out there has completely gotten overshadowed by all the b-------," he told the crowd at his recent Boston concert. "Because I remember a time, I think it was April of 2013, when the Boston Marathon bombings happened. What I saw when that happened was a whole, not a small town – a big a-- town – come together. No matter of your color, no matter anything."

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"I've been trying to say this. This is not about race. It's about people getting their s--- together Acting right. Acting like you got some common sense," he continued. "We are a country, the greatest one in the world."


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