Crystal Gayle performs at Feinstein's at the Regency. Her engagement celebrates the release of her new CD, All My Tomorrows, a new collection of standards such as "Cry Me A River," "Sentimental Journey," "It Had To Be You," and "Smile." CRYSTAL GAYLE first made history in 1970 with her hit single "I Cried (the Blue Right out of My Eyes)," which began an incredible career in both Country and pop music. Crystal had several big hits including "Wrong Road Again," "Beyond You," "Somebody Loves You," followed by her first number 1 Country single "I'll Get Over You." In 1977 Gayle's legendary "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue," went to number 2 on the US pop charts and won Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song. It appeared on the album We Must Believe In Magic, which became the first album by a female artist to sell over a million copies.