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Career

RECORDINGS - RELEASED COMPILATION ALBUMS
2015
Primary Performer Run Baby Run [Radio Broadcast]
2014
Primary Performer The Sting
2013
Primary Performer 5 Classic Album
2011
Primary Performer Icon
2011
Primary Performer Icon 2
2009
Primary Performer Tuesday Night Music Club/Sheryl Crow
2007
Primary Performer Hits and Rarities
2007
Primary Performer In Concert
2006
Primary Performer iTunes Originals
2006
Primary Performer Originals
2004
Primary Performer The Best of Sheryl Crow: The Videos
2004
Primary Perfrormer Very Best of Sheryl Crow/Live in Central Park: Deluxe Sound & Vision (Bonus DVD)
2003
Primary Performer Artist's Choice: Sheryl Crow
2003
Primary Performer The Very Best of Sheryl Crow
2003
Primary Performer Very Best of Sheryl Crow (Australia Bonus Tracks)
2003
Primary Performer Very Best of Sheryl Crow (Germany)
1999
Primary Performer Golden Ballads '99
MUSIC VIDEOS
2014
Callin' Me When I'm Lonely
2013
Easy
2011
Collide (with Kid Rock)
2010
Summer Day
2010
Coal Miner's Daughter (with Loretta Lynn and Miranda Lambert)
2010
Sign Your Name
2008
God Bless This Mess
2008
Love Is Free
2008
Now That You're Gone
2008
Gasoline
2008
Out of Our Heads
2007
Shine Over Babylon
2007
Lullaby for Wyatt
2006
I Know Why
2006
Always On Your Side" (with Sting)
2005
No Depression in Heaven
2005
Good Is Good
2003
Picture (with Kid Rock)
2003
The First Cut Is the Deepest
2002
Soak Up the Sun
2002
Steve McQueen
1999
Anything but Down
1999
Sweet Child o' Mine
1998
My Favorite Mistake
1998
There Goes the Neighborhood
1997
A Change Would Do You Good
1997
Hard to Make a Stand
1997
Home
1997
Tomorrow Never Dies
1997
Imagine (with Salt-n-Pepa)
1996
If It Makes You Happy
1996
Everyday Is a Winding Road
1995
Strong Enough
1995
Can't Cry Anymore
1995
What I Can Do for You
1995
Run Baby Run
1994
Leaving Las Vegas
1994
All I Wanna Do
RECORDINGS - RELEASED ALBUMS
2013
Primary Performer Feels Like Home
2010
Primary Performer 100 Miles from Memphis
2008
Primary Performer Detours
2008
Primary Performer Home for Christmas
2005
Primary Performer Wildflower
2003
Primary Performer Live at Budokan
2002
Primary Performer C'mon, C'mon
1999
Performer Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live in Central Park
1999
Primary Performer Anything But Down
1998
Primary Performer The Globe Sessions
1996
Primary Performer Sheryl Crow
1993
Primary Performer Tuesday Night Music Club
RECORDINGS - MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS
2008
Songwriter and primary performer Now That You're Gone
2008
Songwriter and primary performer Love Is Free
2007
Songwriter and primary performer Shine over Babylon
2006
Songwriter and performer (radio version is a duet with British musician Sting) Always on Your Side
2006
Songwriter with (John Shanks) and performer Real Gone
2005
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer Letter to God
2005
Songwriter and primary performer I Know Why
2005
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer Good is Good
2002
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer Soak Up the Sun
2002
Songwriter (with John Shanks) and performer Steve McQueen
2001
Songwriter and performer (with Kid Rock) Picture
1999
Songwriter and primary performer Anything but Down
1998
Songwriter and primary performer The Difficult Kind
1998
Songwriter and primary performer Members Only
1998
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer My Favorite Mistake
1998
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer My Favorite Mistake
1998
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer There Goes the Neighborhood
1997
Songwriter (with Mitchell Froom) and performer Tomorrow Never Dies
1997
Songwriter and primary performer Home
1997
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott and Brian MacLeod) and performer A Change Would Do You Good
1997
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell, Todd Wolfe and R.S. Brian) and performer Hard To Make A Stand
1996
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell, Todd Wolfe and Brian MacLeod) and performer Everyday Is a Winding Road
1996
Songwriter (with Jeff Trott) and performer If It Makes You Happy
1995
Songwriter (with David Baerwald) and performer What I Can Do for You
1995
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell and David Baerwald) and performer Run Baby Run
1995
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell) and performer Can't Cry Anymore"
1994
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell, Kevin Gilbert, David Ricketts, David Baerwald) and performer Leaving Las Vegas
1994
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell, Kevin Gilbert, Brian MacLeod, David Ricketts, David Baerwald) and performer Strong Enough
1994
Songwriter (Wyn Cooper, David Baerwald, Bill Bottrell, Kevin Gilbert) and performer All I Wanna Do
1993
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell, Dan Schwartz, David Rich, Kevin Gilbert) and performer No One Said It Would Be Easy
1993
Songwriter (with Bill Bottrell, David Baerwald) and performer Run, Baby, Run
FILMS - FEATURE
2004
Acted in the role of musical performer De-Lovely
1999
Acted in the role of Casper The Minus Man
1998
Acted in the role of VIP Patron 54
FILMS - TELEVISION
1996
Acted in the role of a reporter Fairway to Heaven

Professional memberships

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers New York, New York USA Member

Accomplishments of note

2013
Ranked #85 on 100 Sexiest Artists VH1 / New York, New York USA
2013
Ranked #44 on Top Country Artists Billboard / New York, New York USA
2013
Ranked at #61 "All I Wanna Do" on 100 Greatest Songs of the '90s VH1 / New York, New York USA
2012
Ranked #25 on 100 Greatest Women in Music VH1 / New York, New York USA
2011
Author, non-fiction: If It Makes You Healthy Publisher: St. Martin's Press / New York, New York USA with Chef Chuck White
2008
Ranked at #39 "Sheryl Crow" on 100 Best Albums of the Last 25 Years Entertainment Weekly / New York, New York USA
2003
Ranked at #56 on 100 Best Songs of the Past 25 Years VH1 / New York, New York USA
2002
Ranked #41 on 100 Sexiest Artist VH1 / New York, New York USA
1999
Ranked #45 on 100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll VH1 / New York, New York USA

Professional honors and awards

2007
The Academy of Country Music Award Academy of Country Music Vocal Event of the Year / Building Bridges (with Brooks & Dunn and Vince Gill)
2005
ASCAP Pop Music Award American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Most Performed Song / The First Cut Is the Deepest
2005
People’s Choice Award Favorite Remake /The First Cut Is the Deepest
2004
Favorite Adult Artist American Music Awards Contemporary
2004
Favorite Female Artist American Music Awards Pop/Rock
2003
Favorite Female Artist American Music Awards Pop/Rock
2003
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Female Rock Vocal Performance / Steve McQueen
2001
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Female Rock Vocal Performance / There Goes the Neighborhood (live)
2000
Orville H. Gibson Award Gibson Guitar Corporation along with editors from guitar magazines and music critics Best Female Acoustic Guitarist
2000
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Female Rock Vocal Performance / Sweet Child o' Mine
1999
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Rock Album / The Globe Sessions
1997
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Rock Album / Sheryl Crow
1997
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Female Rock Vocal Performance / If It Makes You Happy
1997
BRIT Award British Phonographic Industry (BPI) Best International Female Solo Artist
1995
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best New Artist / Sheryl Crow
1995
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Best Female Pop Vocal Performance / All I Wanna Do
1995
Grammy Award The Recording Academy Record of the Year / All I Wanna Do

Community

Community service

2010–present
Sheryl Crow Imaging Center Los Angeles, California USA Opened state-of-the-art breast cancer center / primary fund raiser
2010–present
Aid Still Required Santa Monica, California USA Outreach Campaign participant
2001–present
Delta Children’s Home Kennett, Missouri Raised money for organization through her website
1999–present
VHI Save the Music Foundation White House / Washington, District of Columbia USA Performer
1990–present
Scleroderma Research Foundation San Francisco, California USA Fundraising: recorded song “Be Still, My Soul” and gave proceeds to organization
2013
Crossroads Centre, Antigua Madison Square Garden / New York, New York USA Performed in Crossroads Guitar Festival 2013 (benefit concert)
2013
Got Your 6 (national veteran campaign) Performed in Macy's "American Icons" fundraiser
2012
American Red Cross Raised money for Hurricane Sandy
2012
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide 30 Songs / 30 Days Campaign
2010
Children’s Defense Fund New York, New York USA Created backpack to be auctioned
2010
Raise Hope for Congo / Enough Project The album RAISE Hope for Congo contribution: My Name is Mwamaroyi
2009
Children Mending Hearts Hollywood, California USA Gala held at House of Blues Concert
2009
David Lynch Foundation New York City, New York USA Change Begins Within Benefit
2008
United Nations World Food Programme Donated $1.00 of each ticket purchased for her tour
2008
Rock the Vote Washington, District of Columbia USA Donated 50,000 digital copies of her Detours album
2008
Democratic National Convention Denver, Colorado USA Performed on final day
2008
Andre Agassi Foundation for Education Las Vegas, Nevada USA Headlined Andre Agassi's Grand Slam for Children benefit concert
2007
Stop Global Warming Pacific Palisades, California USA Performed in Stop Global Warming College Tour
2007
Cardinal Glennon Hospital Children’s Hospital St. Louis, Missouri USA Benefit concert
2007
City of Hope Los Angeles, California USA Public Service Announcements
2002
National Naval Hospital Bethesda, Maryland USA Sang to wounded soldiers
Nationality
American
Politics
Democrat

Education

University
University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri USA Bachelor of Arts (B.A. Music composition, performance and education Kappa Alpha Theta sorority; Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity for Women; Omicron Delta Kappa Society; worked as a 'Summer Welcome' orientation leader; and performed in the local band “Cashmere”
Secondary school
Kennett High School Kennett, Missouri USA Class of 1980

Majorette; all-state track athlete, medaling in the 75-meter low hurdles; member of pep club; National Honor Society; National FFA Organization; and was crowned Paperdoll Queen i n her senior year

Native language
English

Honorary Degrees

2011
University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri USA L.H.D. Doctor of Humane Letters
2009
Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA Music Production
2001
Southeast Missouri State University Cape Girardeau, Missouri USA Doctoral degree

Family

Vital statistics

Birth information
February 11, 1962
Gender
Female
Place of birth
Kennett, Missouri USA
Marital status
Never married

Partnership

Ms. Crow is a single adoptive parent 2 children Wyatt Steven Crow (2007) Levi James Crow (2010)

Parents

Father
Wendell Wyatt Crow
Mother
Bernice (Cain) Crow

Grandparents

Father's father
Charles Augustus Crow, Jr. (1911 - 1977)
Father's mother
Naomi Wyatt Crow (1913 - 2005)
Mother's father
Charles Floyd Cain
Mother's mother
Janet Cain

Ancestry

English, smaller amounts of Scottish, Welsh, German