Sheryl CrowSheryl Crow (born February 11, 1962) is an American blues rock singer, guitarist and song writer. Her early work is characterized by a focus on slide guitar, and her later work is more electronic, falling in the category of pop music. Crow was awarded the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1996.
She was born in Kennett, Missouri.
Participated in Lilith Fair, the all woman rock tour. Among her best known songs are "All I Wanna Do, "A Change Would Do You Good", "Every Day Is a Winding Road", "My Favorite Mistake", and "Soak Up The Sun". In 1995, Sheryl Crow contributed the song "D'Yer Mak'er" to the Encomium tribute album to Led Zeppelin. Crow also co-wrote and performed Tomorrow Never Dies, the title song from the eponymous 1997 James Bond movie.
- C'mon C'mon (april 2002)
- Live From Central Park (1999)
- The Globe Sessions (1998)
- Sheryl Crow (1996)
- Tuesday Night Music Club (1993)