A surgical procedure has forced singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow to cancel her second concert in Michigan this summer. The William Morris Agency, which represents Crow, said she would not make her schedu

A surgical procedure has forced singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow to cancel her second concert in Michigan this summer. The William Morris Agency, which represents Crow, said she would not make her scheduled Aug. 6 concert date at the Turtle Creek Casino in Williamsburg.

The agency said Monday that Crow had "an unavoidable medical condition that required surgery." It wouldn't specify the medical problem but said the 39-year-old artist was resting at home and was expected to recover within two weeks. Crow has shows scheduled through Aug. 29 in Bonner Springs, Kan., but it is not known if they have been officially canceled.

The seven-time Grammy winner also canceled a planned July 7 concert at Michigan's National Cherry Festival, citing scheduling conflicts with her recording studio, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported.

Refunds for the canceled concert will be available at the place of purchase.


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