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Sheryl Crow

She grew up in a rural Missouri town and graduated from the University of Missouri in 1984 with a degree in classical music.
Her first job out of college was teaching music at an elementary school in St. Louis.
In 1986, she moved to Los Angeles, where she waited tables before landing a gig as a backup singer on Michael Jackson's Bad tour.
She sang in jingles for McDonald's. Her line was "It's a good time for the great taste of McDonalds."
She was a backup singer on tours for George Harrison, Joe Cocker, and Rod Stewart before starting her solo career.
She gained a lot of exposure when she opened for The Eagles on their 1994 reunion tour. She was a backup singer on Don Henley's album The End Of The Innocence.
In 1996 Kevin Gilbert, her former boyfriend and songwriting partner, died of autoerotic asphyxiation, a fetish where people cut off their air supply to get sexual pleasure. It is rumored that this is how Michael Hutchince from INXS died.
Crow is good friends with Stevie Nicks, and inducted Fleetwood Mac into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
In 2005, she and cycling legend Lance Armstrong announced their engagement. In early 2006, they called it off.
Her father was a trumpet player and her mother played piano and sang.
She dated Eric Clapton for a while. He appeared on her album Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live From Central Park in 1999, around the time of their affair.

90's Hits

A Change Would Do You Good
All I Wanna Do
Can't Cry Anymore
If It Makes You Happy
Strong Enough to Be My Man

Adult Hits

Everyday Is a Winding Road


Run Rudolph Run



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