Things such as this 50-acre spread half-an-hour’s drive from Nashville, the result of a 20-year career in which she has sold upwards of 35 million records.Or her new album, which is the nine-times-Grammy-winner’s first country collection.She continued to show her dedication to environmental causes, performing at the Live Earth concerts that July.Pursuing her dream of becoming a mother, Crow adopted son Wyatt that year..
The pair got engaged in September 2005, but they ended their relationship in early 2006.
The first 50,000 who got three friends to register would be able to get their free copy.
"This is our moment to wake up and seize our power regarding the future of this nation and what it stands for," Crow writes on the Rock the Vote website.
She had a lumpectomy and underwent seven weeks of radiation.
After completing her treatment, Crow bought a horse farm near Nashville -- fulfilling a childhood dream. Again hitting the road, Crow went on her Stop Global Warming College Tour in April 2007.
She also played at an environmental-themed event related to the Democratic National Convention in August 2008.