COUNTRY rock superstar Sheryl Crow visited a top city tourist attraction ahead of her Glasgow show.

The singer-songwriter told fans at her concert she went to the Glasgow Science Centre yesterday.

The star, 57, spoke about the sunshine during her visit and even dedicated hit Soak Up The Sun to the amazing city weather.

Sheryl, who came to the city ahead of her Glastonbury performance on Friday, also had her two sons with her on the tour. 

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A spokesman for Glasgow Science Centre joked: “We are so pleased that Sheryl Crow was able to soak up the sun before the concert. If it makes her happy, she’d be more than welcome to visit Glasgow Science Centre again.”

It is not the first time the songwriter has shown an interest in science - she wrote the song Maybe Angels, which is about UFOs. 

We reviewed Sheryl's city show where she also had a dig at US president Donald Trump.

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