Sheryl Crow’s major-label debut album, 1993’s Tuesday Night Music Club, will be re-released on vinyl in celebration of the album’s 30th anniversary.
Tuesday Night Music Club, featuring the Grammy-winning hit single “All I Wanna Do,” was also certified as 7x platinum in the United States. The breakthrough album ultimately garnered Crow three Grammy Awards— Best New Artist, Record of the Year (“All I Wanna Do”), and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (“All I Wanna Do”). Tuesday Night Music Club also contained the ballad “Strong Enough” as well as “Leaving Las Vegas,” “Run, Baby, Run,” “Can’t Cry Anymore,” and “What I Can Do For You.”
While the album was never released on vinyl during its initial debut in 1993, it will now be re-released on 140-gram black vinyl in addition to a 140-gram limited-edition sea blue vinyl with white marbling.
Tuesday Night Music Club (30th Anniversary Edition) drops on December 1; to pre-order, click here.
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