Sheryl Crow



Sheryl Crow biography
Sheryl Suzanne Crow was born in Missouri, near Memphis, Tennessee on the February 11, 1962. When Sheryl was 23 she moved to Los Angeles and began a career as a backup singer for other artists as Don Henley, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, and among other. She did a 18 month tour as backup singer for Michael Jackson on his 'Bad' tour. She became signed with A&M Records and recorded an album, but the album was never released by A&M. Sheryl then started to work with the producer, Bill Bottrell, David Bearwald, David Ricketts and even her father Wendell Crow. Her first album "Tuesday night music club" was released and has sold over 11 million records. Her follow up album "Sheryl Crow" has no yet sold as many copies than "Tuesday night music club".



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