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American singer-songwriter and musician


Sheryl Suzanne Crow is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Her music blends rock, country and pop into one mainstream sound, and she has won nine Grammy Awards. Crow is also a liberal political activist. She has performed with the Rolling Stones and has sung duets with Mick Jagger,[1] Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti, John Mellencamp and Kid Rock, among others, and appeared on backing vocals for Tina Turner. Crow's recordings have appeared on the soundtracks to Cars, Erin Brockovich and Tomorrow Never Dies, among many others.

Sheryl Crow Info

Birth nameSheryl Suzanne Crow
Date of BirthFebruary 11, 1962
Place of BirthKennett, Missouri, United States
OccupationsMusician, singer-songwriter, activist
GenresPop rock, alternative rock, roots rock, folk rock, country rock
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, accordion, harmonica, autoharp
Years active1986–present
LabelsA&M Records
Associated actsStevie Nicks, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Kevin Gilbert, Bill Bottrell, Kid Rock, Sting, Miley Cyrus
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 Kids change your life — period. The first thing you think of in the morning and the last thing you think of at night is them, and every decision that you make in between is dictated by their welfare. My tour bus now is a family bus. I’ve got both my kids and everything that they count on to keep their lives normal on there, whereas before my life was much more me-centric. 
— Sheryl Crow saying motherhood has changed on how she sees life / August 27, 2010
 Before I was diagnosed, I was very particular about not seeing the audience. I wanted the audience to be pretty dark, so there wasn’t the distraction of making eye contact. Now I have to see people, I have to make that connection. That’s what the experience is about. I find that the connection now with people is deep. Everybody is looking for a connection. It’s what coming into a room with a bunch of strangers is about, to hear music and be moved. It started to feel much more like a celebration for me. 
— Sheryl Crow saying her outlook on career and fans changed when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006 / August 27, 2010
 Wow, I don’t even know what to say. How do I miss out on some of this stuff? I had no idea you could have a glowing v***na. Is it too late for me to get one of those? And would it help my record sales? As soon as we hang up, I’m going to check it out and see where I can get a glowing v***na. I have a record coming out, I don’t want people to think my v***na isn’t glowing. 
— Sheryl Crow / July 21, 2010
 I don’t usually read what people blog about me but I’ve read some beautiful things about me and adoption and some hateful things. I think people don’t understand — it’s not like you can go to some outlet and pick up a baby because you’ve got a record to promote. An adoptive mother goes through more hoops than those people who thoughtlessly become pregnant. I had about 10 adoptions fall through last year, so there was a real sense of relief when he (Levi) was mine. It’s a long process and it’s fraught with uncertainty. Another person is carrying a baby and when that baby finally arrives their feelings may have changed. 
— Sheryl Crow denied claims that she adopted her sons as a publicity stunt / July 20, 2010
 I’d just been through a pretty painful breakup where there were kids involved, and I’d also been through breast cancer treatment. After that, I felt an acute sense of urgency about how I wanted my life to feel. Since I wasn’t married, my idea of what the picture was supposed to look like no longer served any great purpose. 
— Sheryl Crow saying her split from cyclist Lance Armstrong spurred her to adopt / July 08, 2010

 So I started doing an adoption ‘home study,’ which means you fill out the paperwork, get certified in infant CPR. The idea was, if the opportunity came, I would be ready. 
— Sheryl Crow studied to become a mom / July 08, 2010
 I've been an environmentalist for a long time. The Nature Conservancy relies on people's donations... it just seemed like a really easy thing to do. It's an extremely important issue. There's a new urgency about it, now that he's here, My son will be here after I'm gone, and his kids, too. 
— Sheryl Crow wants to save the world / March 25, 2010