All Sheryl Crow wants to do is hit the road.

The 44-year-old rocker postponed tour dates set for March and April after having successful breast cancer surgery last month.

She will perform at the Murat Theater in Indianapolis on June 12, followed by shows in Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Texas, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia, it was announced Friday.

Jack Ingram will be the opening artist on the June shows.

Crow will play July 4-5 in Orillia, Ontario, and July 7-8, with the Dave Matthews Band, at Boston's Fenway Park.

In a statement on her Web site, Crow has called the surgery "minimally invasive" and said she would have radiation treatment as a precaution.

Crow and cycling champion Lance Armstrong announced last month they were splitting up. It would have been her first marriage and the second for Armstrong, a seven-time Tour de France cycling champion.

Her hits include "Soak up the Sun" and "All I Want to Do."