Name: Sheryl Suzanne Crow
DOB: February 11, 1962
Where: Kennett, Missouri
Genres: rock, pop rock, country rock, roots rock
Occupations: singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, actress, activist
Instruments: vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, keyboards, organ, accordion, harmonica, autoharp, hammond b3, wurlitzer, Moog bass, mandolin, mandola
Years Active: 1986-present
-American singer songwriter
-Has performed with The Rolling Stones numerous times, performed duets with Mick Jagger, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti, John Mellencamp, Kid Rock, Michelle Branch and Sting among others.
-Performed backing vocals for Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, Don Henley, and Belinda Carlisle on her 1991 single Little Black Book.
-Her father, Wendell Crow, is a trumpet player and lawyer, while her mother, Bernice is a piano teacher.
-She has older sisters Kathy and Karen and a younger brother named Steven
-Toured with Michael Jackson as a backup vocalist during his Bad World Tour from 1987-1989 and performed with him on the song I Just Can't Stop Loving You.
-Also sang with Kenny Loggins on his track I Would Do Anything
-In 1992, she attempted to release her first album, but it was rejected
-In 1994, her single "All I Want to Do" made it on the charts of 1994.
-In 1995, she won the Grammy Awards, 3 of them: Record of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Female Vocal Performance.
-2002: she released the album C'Mon C'Mon . This album produced the track "Soak Up the Sun"
-In 2003, she teamed up with Michelle Branch to sing the song Love Me Like That, for Branch's album Hotel Paper.
-In 2003, she released an album called The Very Best of Sheryl Crow, which featured alot of her songs, along with new stuff.
-In 2006, she was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer, which doctors said recovery is going good in mid February.
-In 2003, she began dating cyclist Lance Armstrong
-On May 11, 2007, she announced she adopted a boy named Wyatt Steven Crow and on June 4, 2010, she adopted another boy named Levi James Crow.