Sheryl Suzanne Crow is an American singer-songwriter and musician who gained fame for her ability to blend rock, country and pop into a mainstream sound favored by audiences all over the country. Born on February 11, 1962, she has an estimated net worth of $40 million.
An accomplished track athlete in high school (75 meter low hurdles), she began her career singing ad jingles for companies such as Toyota and McDonalds. Shortly thereafter, she toured with Michael Jackson as a backup singer on his "Bad World" tour from 1987-1989. Her debut album, "Tuesday Night Music Club," sold more than 7 million copies in the U.S. and the U.K in the 1990s and established her as an international singing star. Sheryl Crow has received 45 nominations, including 32 Grammy nominations and has won 16 awards, including 9 Grammys. She won three Grammys in 1995 – for Record of the Year, Best New Artist and Best Female Vocal Performance. She also received a Grammy nomination for the 1997 theme song from the James Bond feature film, "Tomorrow Never Dies." Sheryl Crow is currently one of the most active female vocalists in America.