Darius Rucker is one month into his True Believers Tour, but he's already got an eye on his next round of live shows. The singer says a tour with Sheryl Crow is being discussed, but he's not sure if the plan will come together. 

"I hope," Rucker admitted during an interview on the Dan Patrick Show. "I said 'yeah,' and I think she said 'yeah' too. So now it's in the hands of all the booking agents, but I hope it happens."

Rucker and Crow have followed a similar career arc. Both had success as pop artists in the '90s before turning to country music. Rucker is more established in Nashville. He's a member of the Grand Ole Opry and just released his third country album in May. He has six No. 1 hits, including 'Wagon Wheel.' Crow just released her first solo country song, 'Easy,' which is nearing the Top 20.

The 2013 True Believers Tour runs through June 30 in Clarkson, Mich. Rodney Atkins and Jana Kramer are opening most shows. Taste of Country recently captured exclusive photos from the singer's June 6 date at the Red Rocks Ampitheatre in Colorado. Rucker says that is his favorite venue to play.

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