From Michael Jackson's Backing Vocalist to Global Stardom, Sheryl Crow’s Rise and Net Worth

From Michael Jackson's Backing Vocalist to Global Stardom, Sheryl Crow’s Rise and Net Worth
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Name  Sheryl Crow
Net Worth $70 Million
Salary $6 million
Annual Income $10 million+
Sources of Income Singer, acting, composition and endorsements
Gender Female
Date of Birth Feb 11, 1962 
Age 61 
Nationality American
Profession Singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, actor

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Sheryl Crow, the multi-talented American singer-songwriter and musician, has an estimated net worth of $70 million as of 2023, per Celebrity Net Worth. Throughout her career, Crow has collaborated with legendary artists such as Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Sting, Tina Turner, and Bob Dylan. With over 50 million albums sold worldwide, Sheryl Crow has garnered nine Grammy Awards from 32 nominations by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Beyond her musical success, Crow has showcased her acting talent on various television series, including "30 Rock," "Cop Rock," "GCB," "Cougar Town," "Jon Stewart's and Stephen Colbert's Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear," "One Tree Hill," and "NCIS: New Orleans." In recognition of her significant contributions to the music industry, Crow was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2023.


 
 
 
 
 
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Sheryl Crow attends the Pre-GRAMMY Gala & GRAMMY | Getty Images | Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin
Sheryl Crow has sold over 50 million records worldwide. Getty Images | Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

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One of the primary sources of Sheryl Crow's income is her illustrious music career, which started with a notable gig as a backing vocalist for Michael Jackson during his Bad Tour (1987–1989). In 1992, Crow's debut album, produced by Sting's collaborator Hugh Padgham, was set for release but was mutually decided to be scrapped. However, her songs were recorded by major artists like Celine Dion and Tina Turner. The breakthrough came in 1993 with her association with the "Tuesday Music Club," resulting in the release of her debut album, "Tuesday Night Music Club," in 1993. She also provided background vocals for artists like Stevie Wonder, Belinda Carlisle, and Don Henley. Among Sheryl Crow's chart-topping hits are "All I Wanna Do" (1994), "Strong Enough" (1994), "If It Makes You Happy" (1996), "Everyday Is a Winding Road" (1996), "My Favorite Mistake" (1998), the duet "Picture" (2002, featuring Kid Rock), and "Soak Up the Sun" (2002).

Her genre-transcending versatility, ranging from pop and rock to country, has resonated with audiences worldwide, solidifying her status as a music industry powerhouse. Beyond music, she has ventured into acting with notable roles in films like "The Minus Man" and appearances in popular television series including "One Tree Hill" and "30 Rock." In addition to her music and acting career, Crow has ventured into the realm of authorship. Her cookbook, "More Than 100 Delicious Recipes Inspired by the Seasons," became a best-seller.

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Crow's earnings have been substantially fueled by her music career, with an estimated annual income exceeding $6 million. Her singing and songwriting have produced chart-topping hits and numerous record sales.

Crow has leveraged her fame and talent to secure lucrative endorsement deals with renowned brands like Best Buy, Got Milk, AARP Services Inc., NASCAR, GAP Clothing, and more.

Sheryl Crow in Concert at the Auditorium Theatre, United States | Getty Images | Photo by Lyle A. Waisman
Sheryl Crow in Concert at the Auditorium Theatre, United States | Getty Images | Lyle A. Waisman

Sheryl Crow's financial success is evident in her impressive real estate portfolio. In the late 90s, she secured a sprawling 10-acre estate in Los Angeles' Runyon Canyon area for $5.3 million. This vast compound includes a main house, two guest houses, four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a library, a wine cellar, an inviting outdoor fireplace, a picturesque pool area, high open-beam ceilings, and elegant hardwood floors.

In 2001, Crow made a significant investment in a 49.5-acre property in Nashville's suburbs. In 2003, she purchased a property in Rosa Beach, Florida, for $1 million. In 2007, Crow added to her holdings with the purchase of Cross Creek Farm, a remarkable 146-acre property south of Nashville, complete with a functional farm. In 2015, she acquired a property near Nashville, a 4,500-square-foot residence for $1.2 million.

Crow's notable car of choice is a white 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL convertible.

Sheryl Crow joins Michael Jackson to perform on stage on his BAD tour at Wembley Stadium | Getty Images | Photo by Pete Still
Sheryl Crow joins Michael Jackson on stage on his BAD tour at Wembley Stadium | Getty Images | Photo by Pete Still
Instagram 512,000 Followers
Facebook 2 Million Followers 
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Sheryl Crow at Torhout/Werchter Festival, Torhout, Belgium | Getty Images | Photo by Gie Knaeps
Sheryl Crow at Torhout/Werchter Festival, Torhout, Belgium | Getty Images | Photo by Gie Knaeps

Sheryl Suzanne Crow was born on February 11th, 1962, in Kennett, Missouri, into a musical Presbyterian family. Growing up with three siblings, she developed an early interest in music and sports, even winning a beauty contest in her teens. After high school, Crow pursued music composition, performance, and education at the University of Missouri's School of Music. She actively participated in a local band called Cashmere and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Sheryl Crow and Lance Armstrong's high-profile relationship began in 2003 after meeting at a charity event. Their public romance included red carpet appearances, engagement in 2005, and a breakup in 2006.

After receiving a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), a non-invasive form of breast cancer, Sheryl Crow underwent a lumpectomy at a Los Angeles facility on February 22, 2006, followed by seven weeks of radiation therapy. In August 2010, she collaborated with her surgeon, Kristi Funk, to establish the Sheryl Crow Imaging Center at Funk's Pink Lotus Breast Center

Crow faced another health challenge when diagnosed with a meningioma, the most common type of usually benign brain tumor, in November 2011, leading to regular follow-up exams. Armstrong later attributed the split to conflicting desires regarding marriage and children. Despite Armstrong's admission of performance-enhancing drug use, Crow distanced herself, expressing indifference in later interviews. Armstrong acknowledged challenges in navigating a public relationship, labeling it a "good ride" on The Howard Stern Show in 2017.



 

Sheryl Crow's illustrious career has won numerous prestigious awards. Some of her most notable awards include:

Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1995 for "All I Wanna Do"

Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1995

Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 1999 and 1997 for "The Globe Sessions" and "Sheryl Crow" respectively

Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1995 for "All I Wanna Do"

Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, with multiple wins spanning years such as 2003, 2001 and 2000

Glamour Woman of the Year Award in 2000

American Music Award for Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock in 2004 and 2003

Academy of Country Music Award for Music Event of the Year in 2007 for "Building Bridges"

Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist in 1997

American Music Award for Favorite Artist Adult Contemporary in 2004

People's Choice Award for Favorite Remake in 2005 for "The First Cut Is the Deepest"

Clio Music Impact Award in 2019

How many awards has Sheryl Crow won?

Crow has won 16 awards from 51 nominations.

How many times was Sheryl Crow married?

Sheryl Crow, 60, is grateful that she never got married.

Did Sheryl Crow have a baby?

She has two sons, Wyatt Steven Crow and Levi James Crow.

What Was Sheryl Crow's Biggest Hit?

Sheryl Crow's hit songs, including "All I Wanna Do" from Tuesday Night Music Club, "Soak Up the Sun" from C'mon, C'mon, "My Favorite Mistake" from The Globe Sessions, and the previously unreleased "The First Cut Is the Deepest."

Did Sheryl Crow Date Eric Clapton?

Yes, in the late 1990s, she dated musician Eric Clapton.

Did Ryan Seacrest And Sheryl Crow Date?

Rumors have swirled for years that Ryan Seacrest and Sheryl were briefly romantically involved with one another back in 2006. However, neither has ever confirmed or denied this.

What Song Did Sheryl Crow Write About Eric Clapton?

"My Favorite Mistake" is the first single from Sheryl Crow's third studio album, The Globe Sessions (1998). Crow wrote the song about a relationship with a man who proves to be unfaithful and is widely believed to have been written about Eric Clapton.

Has Sheryl Crow Ever Had A Number One Hit?

The suitably upbeat first single from Crow's fourth album, C'mon C'mon, became a gold-selling success and a No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Top 40 chart.

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