Sheryl Crow was born February 11, 1962, in Kennett, Mississippi. The singer-songwriter is known for her hit songs that blend folk, rock and pop. She has won nine Grammys and has worked with artists such as The Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Michelle Branch and John Mellencamp. Sheryl first hit it big in 1994 with her gold record “All I Wanna Do,” which came off of her multi-platinum album Tuesday Night Music Club. In 1996, she released her second multi-platinum album, Sheryl Crow, which contained the hits “If It Makes You Happy” and “Every Day Is a Winding Road.” A year later, she sang the theme for the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies. Since then, she has released five more studio albums, all of which contained Billboard Hot 100 hits. In 2003, Sheryl started dating famous cyclist Lance Armstrong. The couple got engaged in 2005 but split up in 2006. Three weeks later, Sheryl underwent surgery for breast cancer. A year after that, she adopted a baby boy, whom she named Wyatt. She adopted another boy in 2010 and named him Levi.
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