Sheryl Crow Biography: Husband, Net Worth, Songs, Children, Age, Tour, Parents, Siblings

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Sheryl Suzanne Crow (born February 11, 1962), more commonly known as Sheryl Crow, is an acclaimed American musician, singer, songwriter, and actress celebrated for her remarkable versatility and talent.

Throughout her career, she has launched eleven studio albums, five compilations, and three live albums, showcasing her diverse musical abilities. 

Sheryl Crow has also lent her talents to numerous film soundtracks. Beyond her achievements in entertainment, she has ventured into teaching and producing, demonstrating her multifaceted capabilities.

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Wiki Facts & About Data
Full Name: Sheryl Suzanne Crow
Stage Name: Sheryl Crow
Born: 11 February 1962 (age 62 years old)
Place of Birth: Kennett, Missouri, United States
Nationality: American
Education: University of Missouri
Height: 1.61 m
Parents: Wendell Crow, Bernice Crow
Siblings: Kathy Crow, Steven Crow, Karen Crow
Spouse: Lance Armstrong (en. 2005-2006)
Boyfriend • Partner: Doyle Bramhall II (2011), John Cassimus (2008), Steve Bing (2007-2008), Hank Azaria (2006), Ryan Seacrest (2006), Josh Charles (2003), Owen Wilson (1999-2001), Eric Clapton (1998-2000), Kevin Gilbert (1994-1995), John O’Brien, Kid Rock (2002)
Children: Levi James Crow, Wyatt Steven Crow
Occupation: Actress • Musician
Net Worth: $70 million (USD)

Early Life & Education

Sheryl Crow, a highly accomplished American musician, was born on February 11, 1962, in the charming town of Kennett, Missouri. Her mother was Bernice Crow, a talented piano teacher, and her father, Wendell Crow, a skilled lawyer and trumpet player.

Growing up amidst a musically inclined family, Sheryl shared her childhood with three siblings named Kathy CrowSteven Crow, and Karen Crow

She studied at Kennett High School before pursuing higher studies at the prestigious University of MissouriSheryl Crow completed her academic journey at the University of Missouri School of Music with unwavering dedication and passion for music.


Sheryl Crow embarked on her musical journey at the tender age of five, immersing herself in piano lessons. By the time she turned 12, she had expanded her musical repertoire by mastering the guitar. Fueled by her passion for music, Crow pursued higher education at the University of Missouri-Columbia, majoring in English and music instruction. Following her academic pursuits, she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a professional music career.

In the 1990s, Crow‘s career soared as she became a sought-after session musician and backup vocalist for esteemed artists such as Michael JacksonBonnie Raitt, and Rod Stewart. Demonstrating her songwriting prowess, she crafted tracks for notable performers, including Wynonna Judd and Celine Dion.

Signing with A&M Records in 1993 proved to be a pivotal moment for Sheryl Crow, leading to the release of her highly successful debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club. This milestone album sold over 5 million copies and spawned chart-topping hits like All I Want to Do and Runaway Train.

Subsequent albums showcased Crow‘s commercial and critical prowess, earning her numerous accolades, including nine Grammy Awards, three of which were for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Her stellar career was further solidified with awards from American, Billboard, and People’s Choice, affirming her status as a beloved and acclaimed artist.

Beyond her musical endeavors, Sheryl Crow‘s philanthropic efforts are noteworthy. She founded the Sheryl Crow Foundation, advocating for environmental causes and supporting music education programs. Additionally, she has lent her voice to raise awareness for esteemed organizations such as the American Cancer Society and the Lupus Foundation of America.

Awards & Nominations

Grammy Awards

  • 1995: Best New Artist
  • 1995: Record of the Year for “All I Wanna Do”
  • 1995: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “All I Wanna Do”
  • 1996: Best Rock Album for Sheryl Crow
  • 1996: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for “If It Makes You Happy”
  • 1999: Best Rock Album for The Globe Sessions
  • 1999: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for “There Goes the Neighborhood”
  • 2003: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for “Steve McQueen”
  • 2005: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for “Beautiful Day”

American Music Awards

  • 1995: Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist
  • 1996: Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
  • 1996: Favorite Adult Contemporary Album for Sheryl Crow

ASCAP Awards

  • 1995: Songwriter of the Year
  • 1996: Top Pop Songwriter
  • 1997: Top Pop Songwriter
  • Orville H. Gibson Awards
  • 1996: Female Gibson Les Paul Award

People’s Choice Awards

  • 1996: Favorite Female Musical Performer
  • 1997: Favorite Female Musical Performer

Social Media

  • Instagram: @sherylcrow
  • Twitter: @sherylcrow
  • Facebook: Sheryl Crow

Personal Life

Sheryl Crow, aged 62, who has never been married, is the mother of two adopted sons. Her first son, Wyatt Steven Crow, was adopted in 2007, and she announced in June 2010 that she had also adopted another boy named Levi James Crow, who was born in April of that year.

Sheryl Crow was engaged to Lance Armstrong from 2005 to 2006.

Throughout her life, Sheryl Crow has been romantically linked with several individuals, including Doyle Bramhall II in 2011, John Cassimus in 2008, Steve Bing from 2007 to 2008, Hank Azaria in 2006, Ryan Seacrest in 2006, Josh Charles in 2003, Owen Wilson from 1999 to 2001, Eric Clapton from 1998 to 2000, Kevin Gilbert from 1994 to 1995, and John O’Brien.

There have been rumors suggesting a romantic involvement between Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock in 2002.

They reside together in West Nashville, Tennessee. While Crow prefers to keep her personal life private, she has expressed that being a mother is the most significant part of her life.


  • 1993 Tuesday Night Music Club
  • 1996 Sheryl Crow
  • 1998 The Globe Sessions
  • 2002 C’mon, C’mon
  • 2005 Wildflower
  • 2008 Detours
  • 2009 Home for Christmas
  • 2010 Closer to You
  • 2011 Feels Like Home
  • 2019 Threads
  • 2023 Evolution

Net Worth

Sheryl Crow, an accomplished American musician, singer-songwriter, and actress, boasts an estimated net worth of around $70 million. This impressive fortune from her highly successful music career spanned over thirty years. 

With a remarkable record of releasing nine Grammy Award-winning albums and selling over 50 million records globally, Crow has solidified her status as a music industry icon. Additionally, she has showcased her versatile talents in the world of acting through notable appearances in various films and television shows such as 30 RockCop Rock, and NCIS: New Orleans.

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