Sheryl Crow is an American singer, songwriter, composer and actress. She was born Sheryl Suzanne Crow on the 11th of February, 1962, in Kennett, Missouri. She was brought up in a family of musicians, so from a young age she was surrounded by music. After graduating, she worked as a music teacher at elementary school, while playing in several local bands. She began working with producer Jay Oliver, and they produced several jingles for ads. Crow then toured as a backing vocalist for Michael Jackson during his Bad tour from 1987 to 1990. In 1993, she released her debut album “Tuesday Night Music Club”, which was a huge success. For that album, she won Best Female Rock Vocal, Best New Artist and Record of the Year for “All I Wanna Do” at the 1995 Grammy Awards. Overall, in her career, she has released over 11 albums including “Threads” in 2019, all of which have made it to the top of Billboard’s Top Country Albums.