Sheryl Crow has wowed audiences around the world with her catchy and soulful music. Her career
as one of the most successful singer-songwriters in history has spanned decades, and she shows no signs of stopping! With
numerous awards and memorable albums and singles along with her hit collaborations with other iconic artists, Sheryl Crow
embodies the very essence of popular rock and roll and her performances are not to be missed.
Sheryl Crow is on tour
now to support her latest album, Feels Like Home, and will be appearing at intimate venues and festivals around the country.
Fans and critics alike praise Sheryl Crow for her honest and passionate live performances as well as her amazing vocal and
guitar talent. Not only will she perform her hits like you've never heard them before, Sheryl Crow will sweep you off your
feet with her infectious energy and undeniable presence. Crow will be making stops in New York, Atlanta, Nashville and Glasgow,
Not only has Sheryl Crow become a successful solo artist, but she has had many successful ventures
collaborating with some of the biggest artists in the business. She has performed alongside The Rolling Stones, Luciano Pavarotti,
Smokey Robinson, BB King, Kid Rock and Sting. She has also provided backup vocals for Tina Turner, Stevie Nicks, Belinda Carlisle
and Bob Dylan.
About the Artist
Born in Kennett, Missouri in 1962 to a musical family, Sheryl Crow began
her professional career as a vocalist in local bands and as a jingle writer in St. Louis. After moderate regional success,
her first big break came when she toured with the legendary Michael Jackson in the late 80's as a featured back-up vocalist.
Other artists quickly took notice of her incredible voice, and she lent her talents to other collaborations with notable musicians
of the era like Stevie Wonder, Don Henley, and Belinda Carlisle. Once the 1990's rolled around, Sheryl Crow started working
on her smash debut album Tuesday Night Music Club, which was released in 1993 to moderate success until her first single "All
I Wanna Do" became the surprise hit of 1994. This sudden fame catapulted Sheryl Crow into the spotlight where she has remained
ever since. Her follow-up singles "Strong Enough" and "Can't Cry Anymore" both broke into the Billboard top 40, with the former
peaking at number 5 on the charts. Tuesday Night Music Club sold more than 7 million copies throughout the decade and won
her three Grammy Awards and a spot at the notorious Woodstock Festival in 1994 and 1999.
Sheryl Crow's subsequent albums—eight
in total—have cemented her position in the history books as one of the most successful female performers in the industry.
Her self-titled 1996 album spawned four singles, one of which earned her another two Grammys, and her follow-ups The Globe
Sessions, Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live From Central Park, C'mon C'mon, The Very Best Of, Wildflower, Detours, 100 Miles from
Memphis and her latest effort Feels Like Home, showcase not only her incredible solo talent, but the results of her work with
some of the best names in music from the last 50 years—people like Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, BB King, Sting,
Tony Bennett, Miranda Lambert, and Ryan Adams.
Sheryl Crow had been working in
the music business for several years when she found unexpected success with her debut album. At first it seemed like her album,
Tuesday Night Music Club, wasn't going to be a hit. It had a lack luster entrance into the music world, but in the fall of
1994, her single "All I Wanna Do" became a hit. Crow borrowed some of the words for that song from an old poetry book she
found in a used book store. Her songs "Strong Enough" and "Can't Cry Anymore" were also released that same year, and "Strong
Enough" charted at No. 5 on the Billboard charts and "Can't Cry Anymore" became a Top 40 hit. Her debut album sold more than
seven million copies and cemented her status as a bona fide music star. She won three Grammy Awards in 1995 for Record of
the Year, Best New Artist and Best Female Vocal Performance. Not only did these accolades help the singer earn a huge following
of devoted fans, but it also helped her land a spot performing at the 194 and 1999 Woodstock Festivals. Since then, Crow has
become and international superstar, finding success in many different genres.
With as much
youthful vigor as she had at the beginning of her career, Sheryl Crow glows on stage as she tells heartbreaking stories and
uplifting tales through her folksy, rock style. She transitions seamlessly from a slow-moving ballad to a powerful rock song.
With electrifying lighting, harmonizing backup singers and a talented band, Crow rocks like no one else in the music business.
She's found her own niche in the temperamental world of music, and has become the queen of genre blending.