Sheryl Crow completed her high education from the Kennett High School and later went to the University of Missouri, Columbia where she used to perform with a local band named “Cashmere”. After completion of her graduation, Crow served as a music teacher. She then recorded jingles for advertisement and started working as a backup singer.
Crow debut album “Tuesday Night Club” became an unexpectedly huge hit. Her single “All I Wanna Do” sold seven million copies in USA and UK. Further, she won three Grammy Awards for it. Since then she has released 9 more albums which include “Sheryl Crow”, Wildflower, Home for Christmas, Be Myself, Detours, "100 Miles from Memphis", "Feels Like Home", and "The Globe Sessions".
In 1990, Crop debuted on television with a drama series “Cop Rock”. Further, she starred in many TV series. Crow stepped in Big Screen through the film named 54 as VIP Patron. Later she made her appearance in the film “The Minus Man” and “De-Lovely”.
Sheryl Crow is of white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Talking about her personal life, Crow had a number of high-profile romantic affairs. She was in a romantic love affair with her boyfriend Owen Wilson, to whom Crow dedicated her song “Safe and Sound”. However, the couple separated and later she started dating cyclist, Lance Armstrong. The beautiful couple was engaged but due to some issues in their relationship both decided to separate. Currently, she is a mother of her two adopted children named Wyatt Steven Crow and Levi James Crow.
Accounting her economic aspects, Crow has a net worth of $40 million. She has earned her wealth widely through her professional career as a singer, actress, musician, and through endorsements.